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Windows 7: Windows 7 install problem (Vista and XP dual boot)

12 Apr 2009   #21

Win 7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cr2112 View Post
Which file am i supposed to replace. ntldr or ntdlr ?
Your looking for ntldr, john was just making sure you were not looking for the wrong file because you said you could not find ntdlr which i just assumed was a typo. Copy the file to E:\ it will ask you if you want to replace it if the file exits, if not it will just copy it.

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12 Apr 2009   #22

windows 7

sorry, my english isn't good.

Please help me, My DVD drive broken, I have Win7.iso

I installed WinXP and win7. Then I installed WinXP again. I have boot XP but I lost boot Win 7
. You have software to fix error. I don't want install win 7 again.
Thank you!
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12 Apr 2009   #23


You'll need to boot off the Windows 7 DVD and let it repair your installation - when you installed XP you broke the Windows 7 bootloader. See Repair Install
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14 Apr 2009   #24

windows 7

Thank you verry much!
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18 Apr 2009   #25

Windows 7 Build 7201 X64 bit

PROnetworks helped me very well, and it took me 2 min to enable dual boot after many hours of going throug a lot of sites. Hope it will help others.
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18 Apr 2009   #26

windows 7

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26 Apr 2009   #27

windows xp, vista, windows 7 7077 build


i'm having problems activating my 7100 and 7077 says connection timed out thingy and it gives an error number...what seems to be the problem?
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18 May 2009   #28

Windows 7 Beta

Okay I've got a delemma. My Acer laptop has Vista sp1 32 bit, 4gbRAM, and a 250gb hard drive. I tried putting Seven RC1. The installation seemed like it went well, but when I tried to reboot, it would almost get to the sign in page, and then there would be an error about the installation. Now there are two partitions on my HD. All of my documents are on my second partition, and my OS is on my first partition. is there a way to wipe the first partition on the BIOS so that I can attempt to do a clean install of Seven RC1?
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28 May 2009   #29


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by taydhian View Post
is there a way to wipe the first partition on the BIOS so that I can attempt to do a clean install of Seven RC1?
Sure it is, insert windows 7 DVD and start the process when it asks to upgrade or custom say custom and then when it asks the location then show the drive where u want to install and click below for the drive option and select to format it and proceed, this should not be an extra burden as this is in ur wayt of installation itself

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17 Jun 2009   #30

Windows 7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cr2112 View Post
I am also using 3 OS. Win 7, Vista and XP. After i installed windows 7 my xp has crashed. It is showing me that \ntdlr is missing. My windows vista and seven are working fine.
Please help me.

Thank you
I've got exactly the same problem :S but i just have Xp and 7 and when i try to boot with xp shows me the same Error msg that him, I tried everything you say yo fix it but it was imposible
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