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Windows 7: Omg help please!!!

13 May 2010   #1
EzekielAngelic

Windows 7 + Sabayon KDE
 
 
Omg help please!!!

Okay My Prob Started Yesterday When I Restarted My Windows 7.. It Wouldn't Boot And Said Boot-mgr Is Missing. In Tennessee I Have An Instillation Disk To Fix This But I'm In Atlanta (Which Is Really Irrelevant Because My CD Drive Is A Useless Piece Of Crap And Doesn't Work) . All I Have Is My 4GB Usb. So I Was Wondering How Can I Install Win 7 Recovery, Or Anything To My Usb To Fix Boot-mgr While Using Sabayon (KDE) ..

Extra Stuff That Might Help.. I've Used This Usb To Install Both Win 7 and Sabayon, I Am Dual Booting My Sabayon And Win 7 (Using Grub), I've Already Tried To Download A Boot-mgr File For Win 7 But Cant Find One, I've Already Tried To Directly Boot The Win 7 Partition In Grub Using - root (hd0,1), makeactive, chainloader +1, boot - But It Gives Me The Same Boot-mgr Missing Error..

Anything At This Point Will Help Me Because I'm A Total Linux Newbie And Dont Know Pretty Much About Using It So I Dont Know How To Use It To Fix My Win 7!
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13 May 2010   #2
DarkDavil

7 x64/ Back-Track 4
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EzekielAngelic View Post
Okay My Prob Started Yesterday When I Restarted My Windows 7.. It Wouldn't Boot And Said Boot-mgr Is Missing. In Tennessee I Have An Instillation Disk To Fix This But I'm In Atlanta (Which Is Really Irrelevant Because My CD Drive Is A Useless Piece Of Crap And Doesn't Work) . All I Have Is My 4GB Usb. So I Was Wondering How Can I Install Win 7 Recovery, Or Anything To My Usb To Fix Boot-mgr While Using Sabayon (KDE) ..

Extra Stuff That Might Help.. I've Used This Usb To Install Both Win 7 and Sabayon, I Am Dual Booting My Sabayon And Win 7 (Using Grub), I've Already Tried To Download A Boot-mgr File For Win 7 But Cant Find One, I've Already Tried To Directly Boot The Win 7 Partition In Grub Using - root (hd0,1), makeactive, chainloader +1, boot - But It Gives Me The Same Boot-mgr Missing Error..

Anything At This Point Will Help Me Because I'm A Total Linux Newbie And Dont Know Pretty Much About Using It So I Dont Know How To Use It To Fix My Win 7!
Wrong Section?

Public Class...
Mod.Move = false;

Update...
if (!wrongthread)
{//nuthin
}
if(wrongthread)
{
Mod.Move = true;
}

mmm.?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 May 2010   #3
IggyAZ

Windows 7 Ultimate (64 bit)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EzekielAngelic View Post
Okay My Prob Started Yesterday When I Restarted My Windows 7.. It Wouldn't Boot And Said Boot-mgr Is Missing. In Tennessee I Have An Instillation Disk To Fix This But I'm In Atlanta (Which Is Really Irrelevant Because My CD Drive Is A Useless Piece Of Crap And Doesn't Work) . All I Have Is My 4GB Usb. So I Was Wondering How Can I Install Win 7 Recovery, Or Anything To My Usb To Fix Boot-mgr While Using Sabayon (KDE) ..

Extra Stuff That Might Help.. I've Used This Usb To Install Both Win 7 and Sabayon, I Am Dual Booting My Sabayon And Win 7 (Using Grub), I've Already Tried To Download A Boot-mgr File For Win 7 But Cant Find One, I've Already Tried To Directly Boot The Win 7 Partition In Grub Using - root (hd0,1), makeactive, chainloader +1, boot - But It Gives Me The Same Boot-mgr Missing Error..

Anything At This Point Will Help Me Because I'm A Total Linux Newbie And Dont Know Pretty Much About Using It So I Dont Know How To Use It To Fix My Win 7!

Probably your Linux OS srewed it up.
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15 May 2010   #4
surfasb

Windows 7
 
 

Sound like Linux was messing with the bootmgr.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
15 May 2010   #5
sergiogarcia9

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkDavil View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EzekielAngelic View Post
Okay My Prob Started Yesterday When I Restarted My Windows 7.. It Wouldn't Boot And Said Boot-mgr Is Missing. In Tennessee I Have An Instillation Disk To Fix This But I'm In Atlanta (Which Is Really Irrelevant Because My CD Drive Is A Useless Piece Of Crap And Doesn't Work) . All I Have Is My 4GB Usb. So I Was Wondering How Can I Install Win 7 Recovery, Or Anything To My Usb To Fix Boot-mgr While Using Sabayon (KDE) ..

Extra Stuff That Might Help.. I've Used This Usb To Install Both Win 7 and Sabayon, I Am Dual Booting My Sabayon And Win 7 (Using Grub), I've Already Tried To Download A Boot-mgr File For Win 7 But Cant Find One, I've Already Tried To Directly Boot The Win 7 Partition In Grub Using - root (hd0,1), makeactive, chainloader +1, boot - But It Gives Me The Same Boot-mgr Missing Error..

Anything At This Point Will Help Me Because I'm A Total Linux Newbie And Dont Know Pretty Much About Using It So I Dont Know How To Use It To Fix My Win 7!
Wrong Section?

Public Class...
Mod.Move = false;

Update...
if (!wrongthread)
{//nuthin
}
if(wrongthread)
{
Mod.Move = true;
}

mmm.?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
15 May 2010   #6
celldweller1591

Windows 7 + Windows Xp Pro + Ubuntu 10.04 + openSUSE 11.2
 
 

Just boot with windows 7 dvd and click on "Repair Your Computer" to gain access to the System Recovery window. Now choose "Command Prompt" in order to run the desired utility which is called "bootsect.exe". Bootsect is located inside the boot folder so change your directory to boot. Now run "bootsect /nt60 C:\" if you had Win 7 initially installed in the C partition. Alternatively, you can run "bootsect /nt60 SYS" or "bootsect /nt60 ALL" to repair the system partition or all partitions. Eject the DVD, and restart computer. Your computer should now boot Win 7 again.
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