Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft
both succesfull? If so try to boot normally. Does Windows 7 boot up? If so: Do this in Windows 7 every time you modify the start point of partition (so also now)! System Protection - Turn On or Off Disable it for drives, even ghost drives listed there. Then enable it on C drive as described in point 7. 7. To Turn On System Protection for System Settings and Previous Versions of Files You can also create a manual restore point in same dialog. Do it after adjusting settings.
bootsect/nt60 D: /force
bootsect/nt60 D: /force /mbr
----------------- Disk Defragmenter - Open and Use On disk defragment page you can set a schedule. Modify it, because most likely is out of balance due to ghost drives.
At long last and greatly thanks to your knowledge and above all patience with me, I have my Windows 7 back!! The PC seems to be a little slower than before, but that does not bother me. IŽll try to get rid of the immense bloatware that came with the PC. All functions work though and I could already salvage and save separately some of very important data. IŽm very obliged to you and I feel bad that I canŽt reciprocate in any way.
By the way, what happened with the WIN XP that was on the computer before? Was it deleted or are its files taking space somewhere? The system restore function does not work of course, because the restore partition is no longer there, so IŽll probably start making systemp images on DVD to make sure I do not get in the same fix as this time. In the long run, I may even do a clean install of Windows 7 as per your advice in #39, if there is a way to transfer some of the useful software (like e. g. Microsoft Office 2007) that came with this computer and its Windows 7. Anyway, thanks a lot!