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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Caucus
Apr
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comment After a repair/chkdsk, all NTFS junction points are gone
Hardlinks should not be affected. To kill a junction, it's enough to flip an attribute; hardlinks are just regular file records.
Apr
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comment After a repair/chkdsk, all NTFS junction points are gone
I've scanned Windows\WinSxS on another Win7 box - didn't find any junctions. So probably not.
Apr
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asked After a repair/chkdsk, all NTFS junction points are gone
Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
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accepted Windows boot config data and partitions
Apr
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answered Windows boot config data and partitions
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asked Windows boot config data and partitions
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awarded  Supporter
Feb
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answered Is there a way to kill a program while in Linux command line?
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awarded  Teacher
Oct
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answered What is CMOS and how does it work?
Apr
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comment Specify drive letters during installation
Um, won't the partitions get reversed in the second installation then? :)
Apr
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comment Specify drive letters during installation
Does not work for neither system partition nor boot partition.
Apr
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awarded  Student
Apr
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asked Specify drive letters during installation
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awarded  Autobiographer