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It sounds as though the new drive doesn't have the correct partitioning - if you're only seeing one. Did you pass the dd command '/dev/sdn' or '/dev'sdn1' to write to?I think your first task now is to remove the new drive, and see if you need to undo the MBR 'fix' - if so, there are several questions about that here with answers such as this. Once you have ...


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You got 2 options depending on wether you want to install Ubuntu with Dual-booting, or just reverting to the normal Windows boot. Restoring normal windows MBR, see this link: https://neosmart.net/wiki/fix-mbr/ Go allmost to the bottom where Windows 8.1 method is found, follow these steps. Dual-booting with Ubuntu. From inside Windows re-size your windows ...


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I'm glad to hear you have other machines, because if you continue on this project I suspect you may need them. If you would like a slightly outside the box solution, I believe I can help you. It may be somewhat time consuming and a bit more work but it should result in the arrangement you are seeking. I suggest you remove the hard drive from the computer ...



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