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Windows 7: Bootmgr corrupt system cannot boot after fresh install

06 Nov 2012   #11

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Also do:

Code:
bootrec/fixboot
bootrec/fixmbr
All commands successful? Problem solved?


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06 Nov 2012   #12

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dylzy123 View Post
Have done that but after going del bootmgr it says access is denied, what to do?
Do it from recovery environt->command prompt
Boot from DVD, not from F8!
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06 Nov 2012   #13

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I am booting from DVD, still says access denied,

Those other codes say they were successful yet still says acces denied to delete bootmgr
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06 Nov 2012   #14

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Tried booting as normal after that yet still says bootmgr is corrupt system can not boot
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06 Nov 2012   #15

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Code:
c:
cd \
attrib -h -s bootmgr
ren bootmgr  bootmgr.old
exit
Now boot normally. It should say something like "bootmgr missing"... does it?
Now do a startup repair

post results
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06 Nov 2012   #16

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Ok have followed those instructions and conducted start up repair, upon re starting the system the system boots into start up repair with booting from the DVD, it just boots into start up repair automatically.

Upon reaching this start up repair it says cannot repair this system automatically and gives the option to send error report or not too. This happens upon every restart and can't proceed further
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06 Nov 2012   #17

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dylzy123 View Post
Ok have followed those instructions and conducted start up repair, upon re starting the system the system boots into start up repair with booting from the DVD, it just boots into start up repair automatically.

Upon reaching this start up repair it says cannot repair this system automatically and gives the option to send error report or not too. This happens upon every restart and can't proceed further
I asked you to renamed bootmgr to bootmgr.old on C drive. After that you got bootmgr missing on normal boot? It should because bootmgr isn't there anymore! Is this what happened?

After that you did a "startup repair". Startup repair should put the bootmgr back, so replace it with a fresh working copy. If you boot normally afterwards (with no dvd inserted!)... It boots from the recovery environment on harddisk automatically?
Is this exactly what happens?
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06 Nov 2012   #18

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Yes it got bootmgr missing on normal boot, then did start up repair from DVD, I then shut down the system after removing the OS DVD, it now boots into the hard drive recovery environment automatically.
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06 Nov 2012   #19

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if it boots automatically to recovery enviroment:
If the boot loader fails on the default entry, it will automatically try to boot into the recovery environment

Code:
chkdsk/f  c:
no problems on disk?

If you perform a startup repair you see text something like "view diagnostics results". Press on it. Now you see the tests it did and the results. 0x0 means success.... which test(s) have other results and what result?
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06 Nov 2012   #20

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dylzy123 View Post
Yes it got bootmgr missing on normal boot, then did start up repair from DVD, I then shut down the system after removing the OS DVD, it now boots into the hard drive recovery environment automatically.
Bootmgr has been refreshed and that part works now!!

in recovery environment (form harddrive is fine)

Code:
 
bcdedit
What do you see? Here an example of mine. Tell me what's on your screen. I marked in red color what i want to know

id {bootmgr}
device boot
path \bootmgr
description Windows Boot Manager
locale nl-NL
default {default}
resumeobject {9dc4384c-ed0f-11e1-a017-806e6f6e6963}
displayorder {default}
timeout 10
Windows-opstartlaadprogramma
----------------------------
id {default}
device partition=C:
path \Windows\system32\winload.exe
description Windows 7 Home Premium
locale nl-NL
recoverysequence {736323c3-1247-11e2-a92d-8aaa5ce884b2}
recoveryenabled Yes
osdevice partition=C:
systemroot \Windows
resumeobject {9dc4384c-ed0f-11e1-a017-806e6f6e6963}
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