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post #11 of 112
I just see vid tut: and nothing after. Is it the Mbr realiment mentioned in your win 7 guide
post #12 of 112
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Originally Posted by richie_2010 View Post

I just see vid tut: and nothing after. Is it the Mbr realiment mentioned in your win 7 guide

No this is completely different than in my setup guide. This is for if your alignment is off after you install the OS on it. It is to fix it. If you alignment is fine then you don't need this.

All you need is the video to watch. I took the spoiler off and it should be visible now.
post #13 of 112
So I have downloaded the pmagic 2012 3 24 iso, and burned a disc with the NTI media maker which seems to also download. Then when I try to open the pmagic file it opens with NTI media maker by default, so do I choose some other way to open the file from the disc with a right click of the mouse (open with)...................... a little confused at this stage.
post #14 of 112
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i dont know what NTI media maker is, just burn the parted magic iso to a cd and boot off it....
post #15 of 112
so do you mean restart the computer and in bios choose to boot from the cd
post #16 of 112
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yes
post #17 of 112
(it seems that nti media maker is something that pre installed on my notebook.)
post #18 of 112
okay, thank you, will try.
post #19 of 112
well burned the iso to disk, closed down, went into bios, changed boot to dvd drive first, still boots windows (could not find a 'confused' smiley)
post #20 of 112
well a little disappointed, tried all three of those parted magic downloads now. switched to dvd drive as 1st boot on bios, none have worked, perhaps it because the discs that i created are not mastered but formatted like a usb flash drive at the choice before burning...........
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