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Erichw

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Hi I get an 'Invalid partition table' on start up. I uninstalled my music player as it wouldnt work properly (during uninstallation I opted for full uninstallation of all related files) and had to restart, then I was prompted at boot up to repair and go to previous backup. I haven't created a backup so choose to auto repair however nothing seemed to have happened. I don't want to loose my files so not sure a full re-installation of Windows 7 will work for me. Recently had someone upgrade my pc to Windows 7 from XP and my partitions were changed. Not sure if that is related..
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Double Post. Topic responded to on the Hardware Forum http://www.geekstogo...-table-at-boot/
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