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Windows 7: Deleted boot entry! Will WIN7 installation fix it?


09 Jul 2012   #1

W7 Ultimate 64
 
 
Deleted boot entry! Will WIN7 installation fix it?

Hi,
I have problem.
State of my laptop: Now I havent any OS on my laptop (I formated OS partition)

I accidently deleted "boot manager" boot entry in BIOS. So now in BIOS where I could choose boot order I see now just DVD rom (no HDD,just DVD)

Yet I havent installed any WIN, because I have little problem with it...

I would like to ask you, if I istall Windows 7, will it automatically add new boot entry in BIOS (so i will be alble to choose boot order between DVD and HDD)?

Thanks for help

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09 Jul 2012   #2
Microsoft MVP

 

Was the deleted BIOS listing an "EFI boot disk" which needs to be first in boot order to install Windows 7 to a GPT HD? Why did you delete this?

Try setting the DVD drive to boot first to Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 - everything you need is in the link.

If you get an error following those steps, post back the exact error text so we can help you with it.
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