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It looks like you have managed to format the entire device as one partition, without any partition table. This is entirely legit (your phone is using it just fine), but software that expects every disk to have a partition table may "freak out" and refuse to touch the device. Basically, all you need to do is to convince your computer to recreate the ...


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I believe Windows cannot read HFS+ partitions, so you'll look for 3rd parties utilities to format your MicroSD. I'd like to suggest using MiniTool Partition Wizard http://www.partitionwizard.com/free-partition-manager.html. It helped me overcome many difficulties that occur with Windows partition utility. Format your deficient MicroSD using the Format and ...


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If you reformat the C partition, you will lose your restore points. This is the only partition where they are kept. If you want to preserve system status at certain times, I recommend you make occasional images. The free Macrium program is a good tool for that. Macrium is preferred over the Windows imaging because it has more function, is more flexible and ...


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I have had this happen to me once before. The solution on that machine was to edit the boot order of the BIOS, so that the hard drive was the first boot option (In fact, if I remember rightly I moved the USB device to the very last option in the boot order priorities). After saving that, I booted from the USB by pressing F10 (motherboard specific) and doing ...


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I'm not totally sure what you require, despite my question in the comments but, it would appear you want to know about a cell (it's properties). Since your comments mention inspect element and firebug I will assume you have javascript knowledge (and therefore programming) and want to understand what properties the cell has (like the concept of a class and ...


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Try following these steps to fix your USB: Plug in your USB drive. Open the Command Prompt as admin (Windows key + x, then choose "Command Prompt (Admin)"). Type in "diskpart" Then type "list disk". After that, look for your USB's "Disk ###", and then type in "select disk x", where "x" is the number of your disk. Then type in "clean". After, type in ...


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This has most likely to do with your BIOS settings. You said you formatted the Linux HDD, which would mean there is still the boot partition but it fails to find the OS partition. You should have instead repartition the drive. So during the boot press the correct key combination to enter your BIOS. (each motherboard has different key combo, look into your ...


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The first bits of a boot loader (GRUB) and a boot signature are stored in the first sector of the disk along with the partition table. This area is called Master Boot Record (MBR). To remove the remnants of GRUB, you will have to erase the first 440 bytes of the MBR. On Linux, this could be done with the following commands: ls -l /dev/disk/by-id/ # ...



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