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27 Jul 2012  


Did you mark the intended boot partition Active first?

Did you run three separate Startup Repairs with reboots in between each, no matter what it reports?

If this fails you can shrink C using Partition Wizard by 200mb to create an NTFS Primary partition marked Active to run the repairs, as C may be too corrupted to host boot files successfully.

However in about half of the cases we see for three years here, GRUB has corrupted Win7 beyond repair when on the same drive.
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