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Windows 7: Boot Menu issue

05 Sep 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
Boot Menu issue

Hi .. first i am very interested in every thing related to windows 7 according to its power..
i have an acer aspire notbook with vista home premium original and fully licend by manufacture.. now when i installed windows 7 ultimate and activated it.. the boot menu become like this

windows 7 ultimate (recovered)
windows vista home premium (recovered)

now when i start windows 7 it starts with vista green bar not with windows 7 new logo..

so pleae help if you can ... how can i get back the original menu without the word (recovered) , and for sure get the windows 7 logo back .. with the activation validated with it

thanks in advance for advice ..

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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08 Sep 2009   #2

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mamdouhbg View Post
Hi .. first i am very interested in every thing related to windows 7 according to its power..
i have an acer aspire notbook with vista home premium original and fully licend by manufacture.. now when i installed windows 7 ultimate and activated it.. the boot menu become like this

windows 7 ultimate (recovered)
windows vista home premium (recovered)

now when i start windows 7 it starts with vista green bar not with windows 7 new logo..

so pleae help if you can ... how can i get back the original menu without the word (recovered) , and for sure get the windows 7 logo back .. with the activation validated with it

thanks in advance for advice ..
Hello mamdouhbg, and welcome to Windows Seven Forums. This is the right place for Windows 7 fans like us!

It sound like you have two issues. The first issue is easily fixed by editing the "boot menu". There you can change "windows 7 ultimate (recovered)" to what ever you want to see. The Windows 7 tool for that is "BCDedit". Here is a tutorial for using it:

BCDEDIT - How to Use

There are other "third party" utilities available to edit the boot code like EasyBCD.

I found Vistabootpro, or just BootPro now, very easy to use and well worth the small fee of $10.

The second issue requires more information. How did you install 7? Did you use a DVD? Did you install the RC, build 7100? or did you install the RTM, build 7600? or something else? Did you have problems installing that required a "recovery"?

Please post back with more info to pursue this issue further.

Happy surfing!

Robert
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