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About redneckrecon134

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  1. Hiding Windows's "System Reserved" partition in SL

    Just figured this one out, in terminal type "sudo nano /etc/fstab" then paste the following line minus quotes "LABEL=System\040Reserved none ntfs rw,noauto" then hit control+x, type "y" then hit enter, the system reserved partition will no longer mount in OS X but can be mounted via disk util if the need is ever there. Be advised if you do mount this volume you have read and write access to it with the above. My first post WOOT!