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Yup, I did some similar stuff with my first 7 install, where I had experimented with Linux on the same drive. So how do I go from here? So I figure if I just install Linux on the whole damn thing, the restore will see that as a non-partitioned or wrong partitioned drive and set it right.

The drive isn't the issue - the issue lies with the operating system. I just couldn't find a partition editor. Appreciate the offer, but at worst I'll just buy a Windows Home upgrade somewhere and do it from scratch.

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It's pretty easy to use. From Gateway's site, it appears that the restores will work with a new drive. But they are vague, or just covering their ass. Or at least that's what the progress is telling me! The drive isn't the issue - the issue lies with the operating system. From Gateway's site, it appears that the restores will work with a new drive. So how do I go from here? If it doesn't, Linux has all the things I need for the netbook and I can 'suffer' with it. And then the light bulb finally went off!!

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