Windows boot up problem in dual boot(win 7 & OSx86)

  1. Posts : 851
    win 7 build 7600.16385 x64

    Windows boot up problem in dual boot(win 7 & OSx86)

    I was having win 7 RTM and i tried to installl OSx86 in second hard disk

    after few failure i successfully installed OSx86 in my secondary had disk now the problem is that i cant boot win 7

    i changed boot order i tried windows 7 disk repair
    but both failed

    im getting some Boot mldr missing...

    Actually even OSx86 is not booting i get OSx86 boot screen with two hard disk to select if i select windows disk it still says the same Boot mldr missing

    can someone plz help me now im completely without any working OS in my system!!!
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  2. Posts : 1,557
    XP, Seven, 2008R2

    unplug the hard disk that has OSX on it and then run startup repair.

    When you install OSX you should probably have unplugged your Windows drive at least until you finish the install.
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  3. Posts : 851
    win 7 build 7600.16385 x64
    Thread Starter

    yeah thanks for it i did try that i unpluged secondary hard disk(OSx86 installed) and tried windows 7 starrtup repair with win 7 rtm dvd

    it took few seconds and replied restart to check if problem is fixed!!!

    and i did restart and same Boot mltr missing

    plz some one help me now i want atleast one OS to work on

    im clueless now!!!

    i did mistake i havent unplugged windows 7 installed hard disk!!!

    i cant do fresh install too as hard disk got 300GB datas in win7 hard disk
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  4. Posts : 1,557
    XP, Seven, 2008R2

    you will need to boot from Win7 DVD and press Shift + F10

    use bootsect to restore boot sector and bcdboot to restore bootmgr

    use /? and /help with the commands for examples.
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