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Windows 7: Win 7 64bit: bootrec issue and bsod XP disk

28 Aug 2011   #1
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Win 7 64bit: bootrec issue and bsod XP disk

Hi, Was in an infinite 'auto repair fail' loop on my laptop. I tried an MBR fix before I tried the bootrec solution, now its saying drive is inaccessible use install disk to repair. The problem is I Have the Toshiba Recovery disk; that would erase everything which I'm trying to avoid, and there is no way that I know to access Bootrec.exe from these disk. I have a A Win XP disk but that gives a BSOD when it boots. Any help will be appreciated 'cause I'm typing this from
a Linux live CD. thanks
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28 Aug 2011   #2
UnGuru

win 7 pro 64bit
 
 

Never mind it works now... System Repair Disc - Create
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 Win 7 64bit: bootrec issue and bsod XP disk




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