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Bootcamp partition not mounting after upgrade to Lion

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On my Snow Leopard, I was using MacFuse NTFS-3G driver for writing to the NTFS partition (did not use write or even read that often). Now after upgrading to Lion, I am getting an error message that the partition can not be mounted.


Does anyone know how to fix this?




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I am having the same problem. In fact, FUSE insists that it is not loaded, even though I reloaded it. Remove is grayed out.


As a test, since Paragon NTFS boasts that it is lion compatible, I purchased and installed it. I still cannot mount the bootcamp partition, though I can boot from it into Win7 just fine. Paragon NTFS does not "see" the bootcamp partition either.

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