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Windows 7: Windows 7 boot issue

16 Jun 2010   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit

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Could you please post a screenshot of your Disk Management window?

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Try booting up the repair disc, opening a command prompt (Shift+F10 on language screen), and enter the following:
bootrec /fixboot
bootrec /fixmbr
bootrec /rebuildbcd
Attachment 79180

trying those promts now will report back
Remove F: drive first.
thanks i did, and it worked not sure which command exactly was responisble but it is now working perfectly boots with or without F: drive.

below is what was stated after each command.

bootrec /fixboot - completed succesfully
bootrec /fixmbr - completed successfully
bootrec /rebuildbcd - after scanning hard drives said something like 0
installations of windows found.

thank you very much jonathan_king for the solution, saves me having to reformat and reinstall everything after i just did two weeks ago after replacing for faulty c: drive.

thank you everyones else for your help.

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