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I had the same problem. After trying all the other solutions I realised my problem. I had downloaded virtualbox from the Ubuntu Software Center, which didn't have the latest version of virtualbox, so I had accidently downloaded the wrong version of "Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack". Solution: open virtualbox, click help, click about, find your ...


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You can't fsck something that doesn't have a filesystem or even a partition, formatting won't work either. You say it's not recognized in Windows either, probably a hardware failure.


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It's always good to have a boot media around so you can repair any problems on the internal installation -- like a power failure causing disk corruption. Also, you might want to show a friend how Ubuntu works on their computer. There's no real need to keep it because you can always recreate it from Windows if needed.



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