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Windows 7: System Update Readiness Tool and other questions.

27 Feb 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
System Update Readiness Tool and other questions.


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27 Feb 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
System Update Readiness Tool and other questions.

I think i made some mistake with the installation of the OS .

I had a dual boot system ( Windows 7 Ultimate + OpenSuse 11.3 ) on the same hard drive , on a different partition with a separate Windows 7 boot partiton on the same HDD . I also have a second drive.

Deleted the Linux OS , and reinstalled the Windows OS yesterday , but the new boot manager files installed on the second drive . Fixed the problem with the
bcdedit /export X:\boot\bcd
command .

Question : Can i delete the boot manager from th other drive and from the separate boot partition ?

I tried to install SP1 , but it failed vevery time . I also tried to install the System Update Readiness Tool , but somehow it always appeared on the other drive not on C .

Both drive marked as primary and active .
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27 Feb 2011   #3

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