Windows 7 trying to fix Haiku partition
Has anyone else put Haiku and Windows 7 on the same drive ?
And if so, did Windows try to fix the Haiku partition without even asking ?
I got 7 installed, and after the last reboot, it just went ahead and jacked up my Haiku partition with out even asking. It called it a NTFS partition, and then fixed what it said was hundreds of errors
G.D. freakin Gates and everyone else from M$. It took forever to get Haiku running just the way I wanted it
If anyone else has had this problem, or knows a way around it. You might want to post what you know before someone else get their drive washed by M$
I'm guessing it gave the screen, where it asked if I wanted to bypass the testing. I wasn't keeping an eye on it. I walked in to see a huge list of errors on the screen, And Windows 7 saying it was fixing them all
I guess all I can do now, is reinstall XP so I can run some disk utilities and see what the damage is