|27 Jun 2010||#1|
Windows 7 "No BOOTMGR"
OK, so I recently dualbooted Fedora 13 with Windows 7 already installed. I decided to use GRUB for the bootmanager. Fedora works perfect, but now when I try to go into Win 7, its shows:
Press Ctrl-Alt-Delete to Reboot
Can I save my precious data?
I've also posted this in the Fedora forums.
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