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Windows 7: "Bootmgr is compressed" - problem


01 Jun 2011   #21

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 
What to do now?

Can someone tell me what to do, becuse this don't work at my computer.

And i must tell you that i didn't compress my system drive.

BOOTMGR is compressed
Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart


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01 Jun 2011   #22

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

ME/XP/Vista/Win7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Sorry I missed this the first time around tho it has been answered since then.

Boot critical files are compressed. In order to fix this, boot the Windows 7 Repair CD or install DVD, select "Repair My Computer," on System Recovery Options click "Load Drivers," then OK Now when the mini-explorer opens up, click on Computer, then rightclick on Windows 7 drive, choose Properties, untick the box for compressing files on the drive. Click Apply, back out of the Repair console, Windows 7 should start on Reboot.

System Repair Disc - Create
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theog View Post
BootMGR is Compressed.
If the above doesn't solve the problem then boot into Repair,
but after selecting the Windows 7-installation, press "Load Drivers" (Instead of "Next")
and use the mini Windows Explorer to right-click the boot-drive, select Properties,
deselect "Compress this Drive" and choose Apply to sub-folders and files.

BootMGR Compressed Message at Boot Fix - Vista Forums


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Have you tried this?
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01 Jun 2011   #23

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theog View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Sorry I missed this the first time around tho it has been answered since then.

Boot critical files are compressed. In order to fix this, boot the Windows 7 Repair CD or install DVD, select "Repair My Computer," on System Recovery Options click "Load Drivers," then OK Now when the mini-explorer opens up, click on Computer, then rightclick on Windows 7 drive, choose Properties, untick the box for compressing files on the drive. Click Apply, back out of the Repair console, Windows 7 should start on Reboot.

System Repair Disc - Create
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theog View Post
BootMGR is Compressed.
If the above doesn't solve the problem then boot into Repair,
but after selecting the Windows 7-installation, press "Load Drivers" (Instead of "Next")
and use the mini Windows Explorer to right-click the boot-drive, select Properties,
deselect "Compress this Drive" and choose Apply to sub-folders and files.

BootMGR Compressed Message at Boot Fix - Vista Forums


Copy & Paste in Windows Recovery Console.
Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console
Have you tried this?





yes
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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01 Jun 2011   #24
Microsoft MVP

 

If the known fix doesn't work, boot into the System Recovery Options using DVD or Repair CD to run Startup Repair repeatedly.
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02 Jun 2011   #25

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

ME/XP/Vista/Win7
 
 

Is this box ticked?

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08 Jun 2011   #26

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theog View Post
Is this box ticked?

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yes
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08 Jun 2011   #27

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Compression was use a long time ago and in some cases needed. With todays prices for hard drive space to me it isn't needed. Searching through compressed files and folder is slower. Why that little box for the check mark is still there is beyond me. Now how does one get out of this mess. I'm not really sure because I have never been there. Saying that If it was my computer I would un-check that little box and reboot and see what happens. If that doesn't work I would do a Start up and Repair off the C/D. At this time you could also do another sfc /scannow.. These are just thoughts I have because I have never had to take this dog on a walk before.
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08 Jun 2011   #28
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by toncek View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theog View Post
Is this box ticked?

Attachment 157720
yes

UNtick it, apply, reboot.
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08 Jun 2011   #29
Microsoft MVP

 

I explained the fix here:

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Boot critical files are compressed. In order to fix this, boot the Windows 7 Repair CD or install DVD, select "Repair My Computer," on System Recovery Options click "Load Drivers," then OK. Now when the mini-explorer opens up, click on Computer, then rightclick on Windows 7 drive, choose Properties, untick the box for compressing files on the drive. Click Apply, back out of the Repair console, Windows 7 should start on Reboot.

System Repair Disc - Create
My System SpecsSystem Spec
17 Jun 2011   #30

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

But I can't get into the windows to untick that or to boot from cd
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