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My hard disk crashed and I had to reinstall Ubuntu. I dual booted it using Wubi and I installed it in C: partition. When I boot into Ubuntu, I can't see my partition (The partition where Windows is installed) but I can see my second partition, D:. Do I need to mount the partition?

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marked as duplicate by bcbc, Basharat Sialvi, Seth, jokerdino Aug 18 '13 at 18:07

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Is it not mounted under /host as per these question/answers?… and… – Caesium Dec 10 '11 at 4:04

The Windows partition where you installed Wubi is available as /host within Ubuntu (Places > Computer > File System > Host) All the other partitions will be available under Places > Removable Media

See WUBI FAQ for additional tips.

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Oh I see... Thanks! BTW is there anyway to mount it as a drive in Ubuntu? – sooyong94 Dec 10 '11 at 7:23
It is already "mounted", Wubi installs Ubuntu in file (a virtual drive) so the Windows drive has to be mounted for Ubuntu to boot. – Uri Herrera Dec 10 '11 at 8:40

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