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How to unhide the 100 MB hidden + system partition created by Windows 7

Posted on 2010-09-09
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I'm still looking for a solution to unhide the first 100 MB hidden + system partition created by Windows 7. I need to do it because I need to copy some files there,while Windows 7 is running.
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Go to the start menu, right click on computer and select manage. Find disk manager and highlight it.  Right click on the system reserved partition and select change drive letter and paths.

The partition really isn't hidden it just isn't assigned a drive letter by default.
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Correct, just change the drive letter,,,
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correct.
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