|13 May 2012||#11|
@Kaktussoft: yes, the file winload.exe exists
I don't know if chkdsk shown any problems, but after running it Windows still runs properly...
PS. bcdedit.txt in attachment (it's in Polish, but just compare it to the file in your language and you'll find out what the headlines mean)
I don't know what it means and what it does, so probably I didn't add WIN7 using BCDBOOT or BOOTREC/SCANOS
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|25 Oct 2012||#13|
The Windows recovery disk didn't find anything wrong. I tried many suggestions that did not work. What ended up working was the following.
1-Used an Ubuntu live USB stick to boot into Ubuntu. (Sorry Microsoft...)
2-Opened up the file system and looked in boot.
4-Rebooted using the Windows recovery disk.
5-NOW it finds a problem, asks if I want to fix it and reboot.
6-Say yes. Windows loads like nothing ever happened.
This took less than 5 minutes to fix this way after a couple of hours of trying other "solutions"
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