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Windows 7: Can't find OS, error 0xc000000f

05 Aug 2014   #21
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by shadowkrag View Post
As for proving I can boot in safe mode how would I go about doing that. I pressed F8 on startup and it it showed me the boot manager in safe mode one of the first attachments shows this.
But selecting it won't work! answer the other stuff plz


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05 Aug 2014   #22
shadowkrag

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Code:
 
bcdedit /enum all
strange there's no default.
What I got.


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05 Aug 2014   #23
shadowkrag

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Should I select safe mode with command prompt?


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05 Aug 2014   #24
Kaktussoft

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Code:
bcdedit /store d:\boot\bcd
still no output?

Code:
diskpart
select disk 1
select part 1
detail part
select part 2
detail part
exit
output plz
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05 Aug 2014   #25
Kaktussoft

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Why did you do "safe mode" from within "windows setup" as shown in your screenshot? I was talking about this Advanced Boot Options so no windows setup at all! It doesn't work for you for sure....

Can you post a camshot of a normal boot attempt.
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05 Aug 2014   #26
shadowkrag

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bcedit /store d:\boot\bcd


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05 Aug 2014   #27
Kaktussoft

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#24 second part
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05 Aug 2014   #28
Kaktussoft

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the 931GB drive (maybe you call it 1TB) is for mp3, video, documents etc? I mean... it's NOT the win7 operating system that's on that disk?
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05 Aug 2014   #29
shadowkrag

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
#24 second part
Second part


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05 Aug 2014   #30
Kaktussoft

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disk 0: 1 partition..... RAW.
disk 1: 2 partitions.... 1 partition NTFS size 100MB. Status Active
1 partition 465GB status RAW
disk 2: 1 logical partition. Status NTFs. No problem.
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System boots form disk 1 partition 1 because it has status ACTIVE. "system reserved" is the label. It has the bootmgr and bootmenu. bcdedit shows the bootmenu and the defult boot entry is start from F. So win7 is on F.
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Disk 1: volume F is the most important to fix (465GB)
Disk 0: 931GB has problems as well. But is most likely for data files. Volume is called C in recovery environment.

Please try:
Code:
chkdsk/f  f:
post output
Code:
chkdsk/f  c:
post output
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