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Windows 7: Bootmgr missing and hard disk error

08 Mar 2015   #11
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Thnx guys.. Thnx all... Looking forward to change my hard disk..
Thnx arc,gregrocker and golden


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08 Mar 2015   #12
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Thnx guys, thnx all
Thnx arc,gregrocker and golden
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09 Mar 2015   #13
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Any suggestion for a good brand of hard disk.. And how to buy a new one?
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09 Mar 2015   #14
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Again, I suggest an SSD which is lightning fast and will seem as good as buying a brand new high-end PC without one. It is said that Samsung is the best, but I have a 2 year old PNY which has 5-10 second startup.

Use the Product Key on the COA to do a Clean Reinstall Windows 7. Step 1 discusses how to locate safe media without anything added.

If you're satsified with your present install and it is properly activated then you can clone or image it to the new drive using a free flexible imaging app like Macrium Imaging - Windows 7 Help Forums . Before doing that I would clean up the install by deleting all unneeded files and programs, running CCleaner and a boot time defragger like Puran which are discussed along with other methods in Clean Up Factory Bloatware. Then you'll know the image is the lightest and cleanest possible.
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09 Mar 2015   #15
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There is a problem, the sdds are very expensive in my country and it's hard to buy one of them for me due to some problems..
I can afford a 500gb Toshiba hdd, although without an operating system..
If I don't have an original win 7 cd, what must I do to install an original windows 7 to it?
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09 Mar 2015   #16
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Also, at the moment I don't have an operating system in my laptop and it is corrupted I guess.
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09 Mar 2015   #17
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Read Step 1 of Clean Reinstall Windows 7 carefully and think hard about where you might borrow a Win7 disk of any version. Surely you have a friend with Win7 who will loan you their disk for a day?

If the installer you have which you said is questionable matches the SHA1 HASH then you can use it safely after unlocking all versions if necessary.

If this installer contains a crack I would not use it unless it is separated out and can be avoided to install - but I would only do this as a last resort since often there may be more added. If you can find the original download location, sometimes reading the Comments will clue you to what else might be added.

I am sorry we are left in this position by Microsoft removing the downloads, after helping over a million consumers get a perfect reinstall for the past five years.
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12 Mar 2015   #18
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Hello,
I need to know this.
I buy a new hard disk!
What are the requirements needed to install windows 7 to it?
A person said me without a drivers CD you can't play games, watching vids, listen music although you install windows 7 it works.. Something like that!
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12 Mar 2015   #19
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I gave you everything you need: Read and follow closely Clean Reinstall Windows 7.

The steps about drivers are important enough they are printed in red.

You will get and keep a perfect install for as long as you stick with the steps, tools and methods in that tutorial which has been used by over a million consumers without a single complaint.
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12 Mar 2015   #20
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And for a change I'm gonna install windows xp!
Have anything to say about it too?
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