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  1. Hi there folks! I'm having a problem where Lion OSX 10.7.2 doesn't show up the different existing boot partitions. I have 2 partitions in one disk and 2 partitions in other disk: Primary Disk: · Partition one: Lion OSX 10.7.2 · Partition two: Snow Leopard OSX Latest Version. Secondary Disk: · Partition one: For storage in OSX Format. · Partition two: Bootcamp for Windows 7 64 bits. Bootcamp version: 3.3 For some very strange reason, Lion doesn't recognice the Bootcamp partition, therefore, it cannot be mounted, as shown in the image below: It doesn't also, recognice it in the Boot Disk Selection as shown in the image below: The weird thing is that all the boot partitions are recognized by Snow Leopard (when booting from there) and also, by the Bootcamp Control Panel in Windows 7. The next 2 images shows it: Snow Leopard: Windows 7 64 Bits: So I'm wondering why they're not shown in Lion! Any help/tip will be grately appreciated because I have to jump into SL if I want to go to Windows. Thanks so much for your help! Ø3