MBR - Restore Windows 7 Master Boot Record

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    Windows 7 home basic
       #200

    Thank you so much


    Dear iseeuu,

    Thank you so much for posting this article. I purchased a brand new laptop and the second day ( due to my play arounds with MBR, it got corrupted ).... I was terribly upset as I have to re install windows....
    Tried a lot with ubuntu live cds, re-installing grub, windows 7 automatic startup recovery...but nothing helped....

    But the procedure given by you really rocks!!!!

    May God bless you

    ~ Nagarajan
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       #201

    kerfuffler said:
    Very definitive and helpful guide! Great thanks!
    Thank you kerfuffler; your comments are greatly appreciated!

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       #202

    ramasnag said:
    Dear iseeuu,

    Thank you so much for posting this article. I purchased a brand new laptop and the second day ( due to my play arounds with MBR, it got corrupted ).... I was terribly upset as I have to re install windows....
    Tried a lot with ubuntu live cds, re-installing grub, windows 7 automatic startup recovery...but nothing helped....

    But the procedure given by you really rocks!!!!

    May God bless you

    ~ Nagarajan
    Thank you Nagarajan. I am glad you found a solution at Windows Seven Forums!

    Cheers!
    Robert
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    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #203

    This thread is magical. I was experimenting with Ubuntu awhile back and I found that I didn't want to run it on my desktop so I deleted the partition and shut down, Fast forward to 2 months later I went to power on said desktop on a lack of sleep and found that the computer was booting to "grub recuse" command. I didn't know that Ubuntu overridden the MBR with Grub. Now I do. :) Found this site because I could not remember now to fix the MBR to save my life. That and I was overlooking the simplest answer to my problem.

    Long story short, you saved my lack of sleep ass and I thank you for it. :)
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       #204

    14058 said:
    This thread is magical. I was experimenting with Ubuntu awhile back and I found that I didn't want to run it on my desktop so I deleted the partition and shut down, Fast forward to 2 months later I went to power on said desktop on a lack of sleep and found that the computer was booting to "grub recuse" command. I didn't know that Ubuntu overridden the MBR with Grub. Now I do. :) Found this site because I could not remember now to fix the MBR to save my life. That and I was overlooking the simplest answer to my problem.

    Long story short, you saved my lack of sleep ass and I thank you for it. :)
    Thank you 14058, and welcome to Windows Seven Forums. We like nothing better than to hear that our time spent posting here equals "problem solved" for visitors like you!

    Cheers!
    Robert
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    windows 7 64bit
       #205

    Just what I needed!


    http://cssimg.sevenforumscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif THANKS, this really helped worked great for me!
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    Big Buck said:
    http://cssimg.sevenforumscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif THANKS, this really helped worked great for me!
    Thanks for letting us know we helped, Big Buck! And welcome to Windows Seven Forums.
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    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #207

    Beautiful


    Add me to your list of converts. Installed Ubuntu x64 & then tried some ill-informed shortcuts to uninstall it. You can guess the rest.

    This thread saved my butt, my system, & perhaps my marriage. Thank you.
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    HappyBubbster said:
    Add me to your list of converts. Installed Ubuntu x64 & then tried some ill-informed shortcuts to uninstall it. You can guess the rest.

    This thread saved my butt, my system, & perhaps my marriage. Thank you.
    Thanks for the post, HappyBubbster, and welcome to Windows Seven Forums! Glad you found some help here!

    First time been thanked for saving a marriage!

    Cheers!
    Robert
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    ultimate 86
       #209

    thanks


    i used acronis option to backup and then recover and then ran the win 7 dvd recovery twice and it worked. Thanks for posting.
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