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Old December 29, 2009, 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by p3t3rson View Post
As far as I am aware Windows 7 creates that hidden partition to store system files and bootable files that are required to boot your computer in recovery mode. You can actually install Win7 without it. Here is a link describing how to do it:
How to Prevent Windows 7 from Creating a Hidden /Recovery /System Reserved Partition during Installation
it will not install the reserved partition but it will install a system and a boot partition for sure.....make some google about NTFS files sytem, Windows nt, xp, vista, 7 server 2000, 2003, 2008 need a system and boot partition if use on NTFS

what you see in your example is a miss label ( by windows ) of a 20 g system and boot partition combine


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It has nothing to do with the System Reserve partition

that's the problem you confuse System Reserve with system partition. the system partition is there since they release the first NT4


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The reason the ioXtreme can't be booted from is that currently Win7 can only natively boot from and IDE or sata. So until a firmware is released more or less tricking the OS to think ..
it's where you are again wrong ...... windows 7 can be boot from a scii drive and also from a network drive and you don't need a firmware for it

the purpose of the system partition, is to redirect the system to a boot partition .



now as for know if it's doable on the IOxtreme, it have to by try, not just guess

Last edited by MarkOne; December 29, 2009 at 07:55 PM.
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