|29 Oct 2011||#2|
Well, when you have 2 operating systems on two different partitions, they both need to be able to boot. So, they will merge their boot files. So, when one operating system goes down (or in your case gets deleted), the other one will not boot. The only way to fix this I think is to insert in your Win 7 DVD. Boot from it, and click repair my computer. This should repair it.
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