After replacing my old HDD in notebook with new one (Momentum XT 500GB if it matters) I tried to install dual-boot: Windows 7 64-bit and Debian 6.0.5.
I tried to start with Windows, but after successful installation, when I moved to Debian installer, it appeared that it's partition tool doesn't recognize any partision at all (see it as 500.1 free space). Despite my efforts, eventually I had to give up and clean everything up and install Linux on newly partitioned disk.
I hoped that when I install Win7 again I use unallocated space and finish it. But then I saw information that Windows cannot be installed on this partition because it's GPT style.
I tried several times removing partitions with partitioning tools of both installers, creating NTFS partitions with debian but nothing worked and I ran out of ideas.
Is there a way to make visible to Debian installer partitions created by Windows, or to get rid of GPT partition? I really need both systems and I am ready to provide all information needed.