Windows Bootcamp Partition quit working

Discussion in 'OS X Mavericks (10.9)' started by c809a376, Apr 23, 2014.

  1. c809a376 macrumors newbie

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    Hi, I just recently bootcamped my computer and started running Win7 on it. Everything worked until last night I was cleaning up some files in OSX, repairing permissions, installed Sophos antivirus software, etc.. Today when I tried to boot into the Win7 it says Insert bootup disk or something along those lines on a black screen.
    So I started OSX and looked at the diskutil in which my Bootcamp partition is now labeled disk0s4 and will not mount. I tried repairing and it says:
    Invalid BS_jmpBoot in boot block: 000000
    Volume repair complete.
    Updating boot support partitions for the volume as required.
    Error: Disk Utility can't repair this disk...,disk, and restore your backed up files.

    When I run the bootcamp utility it says I still have Win7 installed, or rather it gives the option of Uninstalling Win7.

    Diskutil Info says the following:
    Device Identifier: disk0s4
    Device Node: /dev/disk0s4
    Part of Whole: disk0
    Device / Media Name: BOOTCAMP

    Volume Name:
    Escaped with Unicode:

    Mounted: No

    File System Personality: MS-DOS
    Type (Bundle): msdos
    Name (User Visible): MS-DOS (FAT)

    Partition Type: Microsoft Basic Data
    OS Can Be Installed: No
    Media Type: Generic
    Protocol: SATA
    SMART Status: Verified

    Total Size: 20.0 GB (19999490048 Bytes) (exactly 39061504 512-Byte-Units)
    Volume Free Space: 0 B (0 Bytes) (exactly 0 512-Byte-Units)
    Device Block Size: 512 Bytes

    Read-Only Media: No
    Read-Only Volume: Not applicable (not mounted)
    Ejectable: No

    Whole: No
    Internal: Yes
    Solid State: No

    What is going on here?

    I'm running OSX Mavericks, Bootcamp 5.1.2, rEFIT, and Win7.

    Thank you very much!
     
  2. xgman macrumors 601

    xgman

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  3. c809a376 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    When you say Win7 boot disk do you mean the Win7 install DVD?
     
  4. ssls6 macrumors 6502a

    ssls6

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    Contact Sophos.
     
  5. c809a376 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Why would I contact Sophos?.... Is this software known to cause issues with bootcamp? I'm actually uninstalling Sophos right now because it has been making my computer extra laggy and I read that Mavericks has its own maleware and a-v protection already.
     

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