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Versão atual de: Sterling Hirsh ,

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-I'm guessing it was a formatting issue, see Mac OS creates FAT partitions, but windows likes NTFS and usually that's what you have to reformat too in the installer. So it's possible you tried to restore an NTFS image to a FAT image, which could result in corruption and stuff. Hopefully you had a backup. I hear there's a tool called Wincloner or something like that which helps with this stuff. Great for quick resizes I hear.
+I'm guessing it was a formatting issue. See, Mac OS creates FAT partitions, but windows likes NTFS, and usually that's what you have to reformat to in the installer. So it's possible you tried to restore an NTFS image to a FAT image, which could result in corruption and stuff. Hopefully you had a backup. I hear there's a tool called Wincloner or something like that which helps with this stuff. Great for quick resizes I hear.

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Mensagem original de: rab777hp ,

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I'm guessing it was a formatting issue, see Mac OS creates FAT partitions, but windows likes NTFS and usually that's what you have to reformat too in the installer. So it's possible you tried to restore an NTFS image to a FAT image, which could result in corruption and stuff. Hopefully you had a backup. I hear there's a tool called Wincloner or something like that which helps with this stuff. Great for quick resizes I hear.

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