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07 Jul 2012  
karlsnooks

MS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
 
 

Gordie,
Welcome to SevenForums.

I assume the win 7 premium because of you sins is an attempt at humor.

Be sure to physically disconnect the "working" drive before attempting to fix the drive with the problem.

After doing that, then start down Greg's recommendation list and let us know if any step fails.

Can you and some explanation to "refused to boot, refused to repair and refused to restore"?

That info may shorten the trouble-shooting.

thanks,
karl
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