Mac can't find Windows partition

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  1. Sven11, Apr 19, 2011
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    Hi, I installed Windows 7 on my Mac, but I didn't use the Bootcamp Assistant. I installed it directly from the Windows DVD by pressing alt at startup.

    Now I have the problem, that Snow Leopard can't find the Windows partition, while Windows can find the Mac partition. I can only find the partition in Disk Utility under the name disk0s3, but not in Finder.

    How can I fix it?
     
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    Afraid I don't. But may I ask why you didn't use Bootcamp to install Windows?
     
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