|14 Jan 2014||#1|
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System Recovery Options not compatible.
I'm a dual booter. I've run Linux as my primary OS for years beside Windows. I've used all sorts of distros but I finally made the jump to Arch Linux.
Now, due to the nature of Arch Linux, I had to install it about 4 times to get things exactly how I wanted. This wasn't a problem, everytime I'd delete the Arch partitions, I would just pop the Windows recovery disc in, it would do its thing and voila! Everything was fixed!
For whatever reason, after I got Arch installed perfectly, I can't boot into Windows 7. I can see it and the recovery partition in Grub but CANNOT boot to them. When I select them, here is what I get:
Ok, fine... I'll just pop in the recovery disc right? Wrong. Here is what I get then:
Any input would be greatly appreciated. I know a lot about the way a Unix-like system works but I know next to nothing about Windows. Please let me know if you have any ideas or suggestions. Thanks!
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