How to Fix Unsupported Partition Table Error in Windows Loader
Windows Loader is a tool that can activate Windows 7 without a valid license key. It works by emulating the BIOS and tricking the operating system into thinking that it is genuine. However, some users may encounter an error message that says “Unsupported Partition Table” when they try to run Windows Loader. This means that the Windows Activation Technology (WAT) has detected the illegal activity and blocked it.
In this article, we will explain what causes this error and how to fix it using different methods. We will also recommend a better option to activate Windows 7 legally and safely.
What Causes Unsupported Partition Table Error in Windows Loader?
The unsupported partition table error can occur for various reasons, such as:
- You have installed a pirated version of Windows 7 that does not pass the WAT check.
- The drive that contains the partition you want to activate is corrupted or damaged.
- The disk is formatted with an unsupported file system that Windows 7 cannot recognize.
How to Fix Unsupported Partition Table Error in Windows Loader?
There are several ways to fix the unsupported partition table error in Windows Loader, depending on the cause of the problem. Here are some of them:
Method 1: Use RemoveWAT
RemoveWAT is a program that can disable the WAT protocols that verify the authenticity of your Windows 7. By using this program, you can bypass the unsupported partition table error and activate Windows 7 without a license key. However, this method is risky and illegal, as it violates the terms and conditions of Microsoft. It may also expose your computer to malware and viruses.
To use RemoveWAT, follow these steps:
- Disable your antivirus software temporarily until you activate Windows 7.
- Download RemoveWAT from its official website and install it on your computer.
- Run RemoveWAT and click on the “Remove WAT” button.
- Wait for the process to complete and restart your computer.
- Check if Windows 7 is activated successfully.
Method 2: Repair Your Hard Drive
If the drive that contains the partition you want to activate is corrupted or damaged, you may need to repair it before running Windows Loader. You can use the built-in Disk Management utility or a third-party tool to scan and fix any errors on your hard drive.
To use Disk Management, follow these steps:
- Press Windows+R to open the Run dialog box.
diskmgmt.mscand press Enter.
- Right-click on the partition you want to activate and select “Properties”.
- Go to the “Tools” tab and click on the “Check” button under “Error checking”.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to scan and repair your hard drive.
- Restart your computer and try running Windows Loader again.
Method 3: Format Your Disk with a Supported File System
If your disk is formatted with an unsupported file system that Windows 7 cannot recognize, you may need to format it with a supported file system before running Windows Loader. The most common file systems for Windows 7 are NTFS and FAT32. However, formatting your disk will erase all data on it, so make sure you back up your important files before proceeding.
To format your disk with a supported file system, follow these steps:
- Open Disk Management as described in Method 2.
- Right-click on the partition you want to activate and select “Format”.
- Select a file system (NTFS or FAT32) from the drop-down menu and click on “OK”.
- Wait for the formatting process to complete and restart your computer.
- Try running Windows Loader again and check if it works.