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Windows 7: windows 7 lost after duo installation

12 Feb 2010   #31

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thank you all for your help..

let me work on them

My System SpecsSystem Spec
14 Feb 2010   #32

windows 7

Finally, It's completed!!

Special thanks to gregrocker for your help and advise.. and being patient for me....not getting there straight away..

This is what I did, I create new primary partition by using wizard you describe on here.. I deleted 3 extended partition and create new primary one...

Install win sever 2003, boot into Server OS and installed Easybcd with .netframe.exe and windows installer 3.1 which are required for one after another.. to run Easybcd 2.0...

Then create New entry for Windows Server 2003 connect to System Reversed Partition..
Write MBR on Easybcd Then restart (I noticed that win 7 entry is already there on EasyBCD)

Wow-la.. here is the beautiful boot menu with two operating system...

if i choose win 7 straight to load up Win 7 OS..
if I choose win server then load up another boot menu to choose for win server OS or wait for default to load up by 30 sec..
but later I changed in win sever boot.ini for time 30 sec to 0..So no problemo..

Now if I want to install another OS for XP, I think I definitely have to delete that Factory Image Partition for space..but I tried run XP before Server OS, installation Set Up end up with Blue Screen of Death ... I think My PC Hardware not really compatible with XP for some reasons...

Anyway, I got what I was looking for now, so very happy today..

Once Again, Thank you for your help... your advice, tutorials and others utility program are so amazing... I honestly look up to you, guys..:)
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