|27 Jan 2010||#1|
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Lost Boot Manager
I installed Vista, then Windows 7, making a dual boot.
Boot files were held in Vista.
Both OS's were on the same physical drive, but 2 partitions, 50gb each.
I didnt need vista anymore, so i used Paragon partition software to remove the Vista partition, and make extend the Windows 7 partition to 100Gb.
Now i get NTLDR not found upon boot.
I have set the Windows 7 partition as ctive, tried to repair mbr and bcd, and it succeeds, but still get the error.
I have OSX installed to my 2nd drive, so can boot Windows through its bootloader.
In msconfig there are 0 OS' listed in boot tab. And BCD editor cannot make the BCD registry.
How can i get the Windows 7 bootloader back?
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