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Nov 22, 2017 at 12:23 AM
I was using Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit. I wanted to use Fedora 32 Bit. This is why I installed it on my hard drive along with Windows 7. After that, Windows 7 crashed but Fedora still worked and instead of C drive, all my other drives got formatted.
Now, the problem is that I am unable to install Windows 7 again. It is because I am not able to see hard drive partitions (ERROR is: "NO HARD DRIVE FOUND"). But, I am able to see the partitions in Fedora.
Can please anyone help me out with a solution as soon as possible?
Sata hard disk not detected while installing windows 7
To be able to install win7 or win8 which uses NTFS file system, remove your HDD, slave it to a machine which already have win7 or 8 installed and format the drive using NTFS file system, when finished, fix the HDD back on your machine and start your win7 or 8 installation. Hope it works.