02-12-2014 08:17 AM - last edited on 02-12-2014 08:37 AM by zoltanthegypsy
So, over the weekend, my computer decided it did not want to boot. It kept looping through the auto repair screen, system restore didn't work, and it would not let me refresh or reset the computer. I tried a bunch of methods to get it to work, got fed up and followed this guide: http://www.jwgoerlich.us/blogengine/post/2009/11/05/Use-Diskpart-to-Create-and-Format-Partitions.asp... and I ended up deleting all of my partitions.
I didn't realize this was important until I reinstalled Windows 8 and tried to install Onekey recovery, which then proceeded to give me attitude.
I checked out my partitions :
and this is what it looks like. Am I good, or should I retry to install windows with better partitions? Also it always "repairs" some volume(I can't get the name, it goes by too fast) when I start up the computer. That's probably important to note.
Any advise would be appreciated. Thanks mates!
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