|03 May 2009||#1|
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Bootmgr toast on dual-boot system
So, I used to have Windows 7 running off a secondary drive as part of a dual-boot system (with Vista on the main drive). The drive holding Vista (and my bootmgr) has died, but my Windows 7 installation on the secondary drive is intact. Is there are way to get it working (copy over a bootmgr maybe, and add system boot files?), or do I need to wait until I have a new primary hard drive?
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