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02 Nov 2009  

Windows 7

I fixed the problem.

First I copied the Win7 bootloader files from H: to C:

Then I used
bootsect /nt60 c:
to create a MBR on C:

I then disabled the H: drive in the BIOS and made sure the C: drive was the at the top of the boot priority list.

I then booted from my Win7 DVD and selected Repair which quickly detected errors in the boot loader and fixed them

That enabled me to boot Win7 OK.

I then reenabled the H: drive and in the BIOS and rebooted.
The H: was no longer marked as the System drive, allowing me to delete the old boot loader files.

I can now backup to H:

- Norm
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