OSX does not recognize the NTFS partition of Boot Camp Windows 7 I have. It is not mounted in Finder. I went to Disk Utility to see the NTFS partition, the one I installed my Windows 7 on, but it says the format is in MS-DOS(FAT) whereas I clearly see it shows as NTFS on Windows 7. It is also greyed out, named disk0s3. I tried to verify the disk and it fails as follows: Verifying volume “disk0s3” ** /dev/disk0s3 Invalid BS_jmpBoot in boot block: fcfcfc Error: This disk needs to be repaired. Click Repair Disk. Even when I click repair disk, it fails and says I have to reformat. VMWare cannot access the Boot Camp drive due to this issue. What is the appropriate action? Everything from the Windows 7 end works perfectly (I can read from the Mac partition, Boot Camp Utility works great), but OSX (running latest 10.6.* SL) sees the drive as MS-DOS. It is not listed under Startup Disks (in OSX), and does not mount. This was posted 2 weeks back by someone else and was unsolved (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=10638168#post10638168) but I wanted to try in this forum instead. Things I've tried: -Winclone does not work. OSX does not see the partition as NTFS. -Cannot backup Windows 7 as a System Image because my external is not NTFS -Heard about Casper 6, but having a hard time finding a torrent for it. Is there anything I can do besides reformatting? My Win7 only has 2 more activations left.