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Windows 7: W7 x64 7048 boot error

05 Mar 2009   #1
neonlazer

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 7048
 
 
W7 x64 7048 boot error(w/ solution)

I have tried three both the ISO version and the version without ISO..simply files and folders...tried burning three times at slowest speed and such..but all three get a "CDBOOT: Cannot find NTLDR" I have tried it both on this desktop and also my laptop, with same problem...it sounds like there is a NTLDR file that should be on disk..but why would it only seem to happen to me?


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05 Mar 2009   #2
limneos

Windows 7 RC 7100 32bit/64bit
 
 

Well...Since Windows Vista, no ntldr file is used, and instead of it, the bootmgr file has taken its place...

My guess is that you're either booting to the wrong CD/DVD drive, or your BIOS has some unsupported settings.

The Windows 7 DVD contents should have only a setup.exe file, a bootmgr file, a readme.txt file perhaps and some folders, support, boot, efi, etc. If this is your DVD contents, then your BIOS has some wrong settings.

Try changing the boot order in your bios and/or resetting your BIOS to defaults.

To enter BIOS, in most cases you need to press DEL key or F2-F10 key at computer's first startup screen.

Hope it helps
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05 Mar 2009   #3
neonlazer

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 7048
 
 

Hm, well i reset bios but thankfully i was prepared to have both of my raid's fail, but it still has the error...errrrr. Can i install via a usb stick? lol
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05 Mar 2009   #4
limneos

Windows 7 RC 7100 32bit/64bit
 
 

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05 Mar 2009   #5
neonlazer

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 7048
 
 

Thanks, but that doesnt seem to work either..i still have the w7 x64 7000 so can i install that and upgrade to 7048?
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05 Mar 2009   #6
jfar

Vista Ult64, Win7600
 
 

Hi yes you can do an upgrade from 64bit to 64bit. Why are you making an ISO in the first place.
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06 Mar 2009   #7
neonlazer

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 7048
 
 

So, the possible good news! I read on another forum that you can actually use an ISO from another version(such as x64 7000) and replace the files in it with 7048. So far its working fine..the thing i noticed in UltraISO is instead of saying Bootable DVD it said bootable UDF..lol..who knows why it didnt work the first time..was definitely the way i burned it..
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06 Mar 2009   #8
neonlazer

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 7048
 
 

Just a update but it worked! All i did was open the iso of the x64 7000 in ultra iso, deleted the files and inserted all the files from the 7048 iso then burned it..and it worked perfectly!
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