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Windows 7: Win7 unable to start-Startup repair fails-Problem signature 07 BadDisk

09 Sep 2014   #31

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by avisesh View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Install easybcd and move the bootmenu and bootmanager to C.
Bootmgr - Move to C:\ with EasyBCD
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Hello Kaktusoft,

On installing EasyBCD and following the instructions my system is able to boot up with out the USB flash drive. I cannot thanks you enough for all the help you have patiently provided so far.

One glitch am facing right now is that whenever I first start up my system my Wireless Router crashes. After it starts again it seems to work fine. Is this a known issue related to Windows 7 or is it my system. My wife's system is also on WIndows 7 and that appears to work fine. So was wondering.

This time I want to do things right. Are there best practices which I can follow to maintain my laptop in good condition and also I will make sure do take a backup this time.

Thanks once again.

With Regards,
Post screenshot of disk management again please. (no usb flash drive attached).
No other device can crash your Wireless Router!! Unless the wireless router is buggy and win7 send a lot of shit packets to it. Please confirm the wireless router is really crashing after you boot up your machine (be sure it's running fine [check from another machine] before and crashes)

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