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Isle4

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Hello

I took a 3Tb Western Digital HDD and turned it into an internal hard drive. Embarrassingly enough, after completely switching to ubuntu, I learned that GPU won't put up with running on linux. So, as I try to settle back to running Win7 I realize my computer won't move past the ASRock (my motherboard's) boot screen. I took out the HDD, and tried it with just my 64Gb SSD and Windows started to load onto it just fine.

I want, dearly, to keep my HDD but I'm not sure how I could get back into an operable state.


A little extra info: When I was running ubuntu, I partitioned this hard drive into 3 separate partitions of 1Tb each, all of these partitions were in Fat32.

Thanks in advance.
 
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