Your disk, disk0, has five partitions. This isn't supported for Boot Camp disks. You can only have four: EFI System partition, OS X, Recovery HD, BOOTCAMP. You have an extra partition, apparently labeled Data.
There is a distinctly non-standard, not highly advised, work around that will let you at least boot Windows, and also share one of the other partitions. You'll need to use gdisk to create a new hybrid MBR from the recovery menu, and add partitions 4 and 5. So you'll type 4<space>5<enter> into the proper field when prompted what partitions you want to add. This will allow you to see the partitions Data and BOOTCAMP from within Windows (and OS X also, of course). But you will not be able to see the primary Macintosh HD from within Windows. Make sure when asked that you do not set GPT partition #4 (MBR partition #2) as bootable. But do make GPT partition #5 (MBR partition #3) bootable. Then use the w command to write out the new partition tables and reboot.
Perhaps a bit off-topic, but I found out that:
1. Paragon NTFS for MAC 10.0 is killing the WIN8 startup option in system preferences in OSX 10.8.2!
2. Paragon HFS+ for Windows 10.0 gives a BSOD for HFSSYS in WIN8!
I assumed that the cause of the startup option in OSX was a MBR mix-up but it was not. Contacting Paragon to look into the matter!
Keep you posted! Cheers
Well I'm out of ideas. [...|
The only tools I know that are designed to resize file systems on disks containing hybrid MBRs are Wincone, iPartition, and Camptune. [...]
I think this particular case, copying an instance of Windows to another disk (partition) while resizing in the process, is maybe more the realm of Winclone. [...]
A pity it didn't work out with the conventional command line tools, I'd like to thank you in any case for your help and your patience!
And finally your last hint was perfect. This is not at all meant as an advertisement more sharing the knowledge of fixing a problem: finally Winclone did its job very well!
Thanks and best regards,
PS: Actually the partition table finally changed to this...not sure what I can conclude out of this:
sudo fdisk /dev/disk0
Disk: /dev/disk0 geometry: 121601/255/63 [1953525168 sectors]
#: id cyl hd sec - cyl hd sec [ start - size]
1: EE 0 0 2 - 25 127 14 [ 1 - 409639] <Unknown ID>
2: AF 25 127 15 - 1023 112 53 [ 409640 - 1826171904] HFS+
3: AB 1023 112 54 - 1023 119 13 [1826581544 - 1269536] Darwin Boot
*4: 07 1023 138 25 - 1023 57 56 [1827852288 - 125671424] HPFS/QNX/AUX
This sounds like a Windows 8 Fast Boot induced corruption when used with other OS's. I think you need to disable Fast Boot, but I really don't know anything more about it. You've got to realize Windows 8 isn't supported by Apple, and it wouldn't surprise me if Paragon were to say they aren't supporting NTFS file systems written on by Windows 8 either. So you should confirm that before risking your data, unless of course you don't really care about it.
Thansk for your prompt reply! I purchased both Paragon NTFS / HFS+ because they were adverticed as Windows 8 / OSX 10.8.2 COMPATIBLE! As far as I can determin now this is not the case!
Windows gives me a BSOD on the HFSSYS and OSX ML won't boot properly anymore! Very disappointed in both products and even more so, because a post on the Wilders Forum, monitored by Paragon was not ever answered!
If this was twitter I'd shout out loud #FAIL!!!!!!!!!!!!
But never the less I'm enjoying my evening! ;-)
Paragon's web site says HFS for Windows supports Windows 8.
But their notes for NTFS for Mac OS X doesn't list Windows 8 modified NTFS file systems, and so far I haven't seen anywhere on their web site an advertisement that it does. So I don't understand why you'd give them the fail whale when you're using an OS that as yet is unsupported by Apple. Quite honestly I think it's dangerous to use Windows 8, dual boot, on a computer contain data you care about at all. If it's a test machine, and the data doesn't matter, then great, go ahead and play with matches.
Sorry for not responding earlier to thank you for your advice.
I decided to forego all the mucking around and simply(!) install a second drive in my Mac mini. This is now done, and I'd appreciate your advice on how to set it up to dual-boot Windows 7 and an encrypted Mountain Lion partition - if that's even possible. If it is, I'm suspecting it may be best to create the whole thing manually in gdisk.
If you feel you can spare the time, I've got a thread here.
Many, many thanks for your continued responses to this thread.
after some time when I did not find backup company in my region I found the courage to use dd and make image of my harddrive and then I used your suggestion TestDisk. This application found the lost "D:" partition on BootCamp and it was possible to copy all my data.
I would like to thank you. I was very worry about my data and your suggestion saved everything.
Thank you again for your help!