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Windows 7: Repair Install

25 Aug 2018   #2160

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Another strange issue is about one third of my applications appears to be all installed in August 21st 2018 under the Windows Control Panel, so they lost the original date installation. The other 2/3 kept the original dates.

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14 Nov 2018   #2161

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1 (primary partition) & Windows XP Pro 32-bit SP3 (on the same HDD)

Seven months of smooth sailing since my repair install of Windows 7 Ultimate. I bought the Macrium Reflect license for up to four computers to help too. Thanks again. This tutorial saved me so much trouble.
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14 Nov 2018   #2162

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

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26 Sep 2019   #2163

multiboot:XP Sp3, Win7 pro, Win7 Home premium (not booting)
with multiboot

Thanks for this excellent tutorial on doing a "repair install". One thing I didn't find was if I can "repair install" one win7 install while booted to another win7 install on a multiboot 'puter. I have XP sp3, win7 Home Premium, and Win7 Pro. The Home Premium went kaput, the XP and Win7 Pro are still fine. I'm looking to do a "repair install" on the Home Premium. It will not boot (missing or corrupt hal.dll). Thanks
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26 Sep 2019   #2164

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64

if I can "repair install" one win7 install while booted to another win7 install on a multiboot 'puter.

Need to boot into the sick OS to do a repair install.

You can try a system restore, or a clean install.
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26 Sep 2019   #2165

multiboot:XP Sp3, Win7 pro, Win7 Home premium (not booting)

Ok, thanks SIW2. If I could boot into it I wouldn't need a "repair install".
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