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09 Jul 2012  

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Vista x64 / 7 X64

Follow instructions in my previous post.

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Do you have a Windows 7 installation cd? If you do, boot your system off of it and when it comes up to the screen saying Windows 7, click on next. Then on the screen, click on repair your computer in the bottom right. It may find errors before you have to select an OS to repair, but if it doesn't, select Windows 7 and press next. Then, click on Startup Repair and let it run. It may take a while depending on what it has to repair.
no sir it was pre-installed so i don't have any win7 installation disc
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