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Windows 7: How to create bootmgr for windows 7 after Properly Delete a OS

16 Jul 2015   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate
How to create bootmgr for windows 7 after Properly Delete a OS

How to create bootmgr for windows 7 after Properly Delete a OS in a Dual Boot. I Have Two Os (windows 7 and windows xp service pack 3) in my hard disk. I don't have knowledge so i delete xp from hard disk directly by deleting files and restart my pc, so problem is that its not load windows 7 and say not os install on hard drive. Now What action i take, please help me ( i don't lots of knowledge)

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17 Jul 2015   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 OEM

You will need your Win7 disk or borrow one.
Then follow this guide.

MBR - Restore Windows 7 Master Boot Record
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17 Jul 2015   #3


You will need the WIn7 installation disk or System Repair Disk.

Boot disk then Mark Win7 Partiion Active.

Then run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times until Win7 starts and is labeled System Active in Disk Mgmt.

Then post back a screenshot of Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image so we can help you delete the XP partition and recover its space as you desire.

It is never correct to delete an OS by its files, only by its partition.
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19 Jul 2015   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate

When I start my PC this screen appeared How to create bootmgr for windows 7 after Properly Delete a OS-img_20150719_154303.jpg

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19 Jul 2015   #5


Reboot and tap the one-time BIOS Boot menu key to get a menu to boot the disk. Follow the steps I gave above.

If necessary because the Boot Menu key won't access, you can enter BIOS setup to set the CD/DVD drive to boot first, save settings and reboot, Press Any Key to Boot Disk: How to Boot A Computer from CD or DVD - YouTube
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