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Windows is perfectly capable to understand both MBR and GPT partitioning scheme on different hard disks, regardless of the type it was booted from. So yes, your GPT /Windows/ (not the hard drive) will be able to read the MBR hard drive. Something like that is constantly done when you plug in a USB key, which also is most of the time partitioned (albeit with ...


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As now you have dual-boot-system so I would recommend you NOT TO JUST REMOVE THE UBUNTU Partition as you won't be able to boot Windows because the information pointed by MBR will be gone. As you have poked your MBR so I guess you should follow THESE steps: 1) Booting from the Ubuntu live CDs. 2) Enabling universe repositories - launch System->...


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For your first question: MBR is limited to 2.2 TB. It's highly likely you think you are using all 3 TB but you are not, OR you think it's MBR when it's actually a GPT disk. I would check Disk Management which will tell the full story. For your second question: hard drive partitions have nothing to do with BIOS/UEFI and more to do with the operating system. ...



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