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comment Reboot fails with “Invalid partition”
Thanks for the information. Yes, I realized what I did was risky, and that gparted might not do things exactly right. Unfortunately the recovery partition was in the "middle" of the disk (after partition 0 - OEM, but before partition 2 - Windows). I forget the details exactly, but the Microsoft disk management tool either didn't support deleting a partition in the middle of the disk, or didn't support resizing in this scenario. Like you, I suspect that the only way to fix this will be to repartition, reformat, and reinstall everything from scratch using just Microsoft's tools.
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comment Windows 7 Copy File dialog keyboard accelerators
Great answer. I love AutoHotkey. Don't forget to close out the #IfWinActive section by placing #IfWinActive with no arguments on a line by itself after the return statement (assuming you have no other declarations to wrap in the conditional.)