1.    23 Aug 2015 #1

    Message saying partition is empty and not bootable?

    Hi folks , i ran Mbar as i do every once in a blue moon for peace of mind and a message popped up relating to my SSD, as you can see in the screenshot , is this something to worry about ?

    I have always used just one 240 GB SSD and it is also a boot device , i installed Win 10 clean and formatted then deleted just like i have always done to just one 240 gig empty partition and then clicked next .
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