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These questions are about Linux in general -- NOT specific to a particular distribution. If the question just happens to be in a Linux environment, please specify your Linux distribution in the body of your question, but do NOT use the /linux tag.

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This is utterly strange, but I have solved my problem. As I'm not sure what exactly solved the issue, I'll describe what happened. First of all, I tried to access the partition from Arch Linux … , which was installed on the same drive. This didn't work; I deleted the Linux partitions; I've unplugged the computer from the electric source and left it overnight (this helped me a few times …
answered Aug 7 '13 by Onion
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I have tried installing Arch Linux and what I ended up with was a partition scheme like this: /dev/sda: /dev/sda1 NTFS partition (Windows 7) /dev/sda2 ext4 (Arch) /dev/sda3 swap I don't know … why, but for some reason I have been unable to mount the NTFS partition under Linux. It's worth mentioning that the first partition is, for some reason, detected as an EFI partition and as on a GPT …
asked Aug 6 '13 by Onion