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02 Dec 2010  

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Since the repair was run with XP drive still plugged in, it's removed the System Active boot files from XP to Win7.

See if you can now remove XP listing from EasyBCD Edit Boot Menu tab, then Add it back.

If not, unplug Win7 HD, set XP HD as first to boot in BIOS setup, run an XP Repair Install: Repair Windows XP - How To Perform a Repair Installation of Windows XP - Part 1 of 2

After XP is repaired and System Active itself again, power down to plug back in Win7 and boot either via BIOS.
good god. 19 step xp repair is needed? with a special xp disk with special drivers becuase i have a sata HD !?

making the win7 partition active and unpluggin the xp drive then the win7 3 repair wont work anymore like you mentioned before?

and when i went into eaxybcd edit boot menu tab, xp wasnt there. when i add it and write it, its gone after the restart.
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