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Windows 7: problem with repair.

22 Mar 2010   #11

windows 7

ok...changed the boot order so the c drive will be the first and now i can do system restore from the recovery tools:)

btw, i have dual boot xp and the 7 and now i don't have the option to choose system when login, so i guess i always can change the order in the bios and to make the old system as first boot and this way i will have the dual boot again. (i am not going to do so, cause my xp attacked by bad virus few days ago and all i am getting is bsod even after i made all the recovery stuff for xp, but nothing worked so i am with 7 now and i have all the files on the xp drive, so no big deal:) also, i had to step forward sometime so this virus made it faster

thanks for the support, problem been solved.

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22 Mar 2010   #12

Windows 7 Professional x64

You can add XP manually to the BCD using EasyBCD, if you're interested.
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22 Mar 2010   #13

windows 7

no point now when the xp is down, but good to know for future use:)

thanks again for your great help, really appreciate the efort.
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