|24 Mar 2012||#1|
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Startup Repair "Autochk missing error"
Can you point me to a link to resolve my problem.
I have a dual-boot computer which originally had a full version of Vista 32 Ultimate installed on a nominal 80Gb WD hdd, I then carried out an upgrade to Win 7 Ultimate on a second 80Gb WD hdd.
I made a mistake of using a registry cleaner which has effectively screwed my 7 installation so after a lot of other attempts I arrived at the inplace install repair option having removed said registry cleaner.
I have a WD 150 Gb and cloned the original Win 7 drive to it - my problem is that I am unable to get this disk to boot, I have done the startup repair sequence to no avail as now each time I try to start this disk I get "Autochk missing error" and the boot goes back to square one.
Your help would be greatly appreciated as I am afraid that my 74 year young brain cannot keep up with the changes as well as it used to, although I am quite happy to enter and manipulate the registry if required - lord knows I can't do any more danage than the registry cleaner did
GT (aka Whisperer)
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