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HELP! PS. I thought something bad had happened and got my lazy ass to pop that vista hdd back into the laptop. MY PC was an ex-dual boot xp/ubuntu. http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-64-bit-error-8007045d-when-try-to-install-or-download-vista-service-pac.html

What does it mean? I have the same problem with my computer. One must be careful in that this trojan varient will immediately infect all other hard drives (primary partitions) in the very same manner not to mention floppy and burnt CDs. Please, help me.

All is well, except Xubuntu 9.10 uses ext4 filesystem, and ext2IFS doesn't see it. She lives in north Georgia. TIA Stan says: 7 years ago Here is my success story. But instead I got this "grub" message on a black screen and can't get it to do anything from there.

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My Vista machine refuses to boot EVERY time. As mentioned in the steps above, I could repair my problem ("Missing operating system on Win7-Boot") with bootrec.exe and fixmbr + fixboot. The MBR has to know to look past that partition to the system one. I can't get past the Windows Boot Manager screen… What to do?

  1. If I try startup repair, A-if i select the version of windows it finds, it says I don’t have the files necessary for it; B-if i just don’t select a version
  2. The recovery disk's only options are restore point and restore your computer to its original factor form, no command prompt.
  3. thanx again for the info!
  4. woolbe says: 7 years ago For the most part, everyone appears to have the same problem.
  5. and now when i am trying to reinstall xp on that box it doesn't promt me for repair, clean, installing options, it just showing blank black screen on my monitor…… Please
  6. Thanks, Line shanefell says: 6 years ago Thank you!
  7. My C: drive was the first to load, then it was the DVD, then removable stuff which is the way it always has been.
  8. I managed to fix the error by just referring to this one, particularly using fixmbr!
  9. that is used for strorage.

And it did! Normally this would not be a problem but the E drive is just a partitioned drive that is used for storage. It is purely for gaming and nothing else. cliff claven says: 7 years ago BriDog:: I have the same problem exactly on my laptop.

We show you how to get up to speed with your new computer, transforming it from the little PC that could into the media juggernaut, entertainment center, gaming center, and way-better-than-TiVo http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/why-was-windows-vista-so-bad.html Prashan says: 7 years ago once i put on my xp cd and boot it on the setup straight away goes to the part where u should install xp(they ask to There is no operating system to repair or select in the windows 7 system recorvery list of operating systems. Then I rebooted and it found XP directly and started up normally.

emailwedgy says: 7 years ago Dude, you rock. From Vista's all-new interface, 32-bit/64-bit architecture, and advanced security features to its fantastic new capabilities for audio and video recording, editing, and broadcasting, you’ll get the techniques and task-by-task instruction you Use the procedure above to "fix" the MBR back to XP-only. his comment is here But, on the next reboot I ALWAYS have the same problem.

Here are the steps to follow: 1. Maybe you to still want to run Windows XP but would like to try Vista for a while to see if you like it. Sethupathii says: 4 years ago Helloo..

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Neither of my hard drives are there nor is my DVD. Anyway, I typed the cmd. grub error: "unknown filesystem" grub rescue> Pls help me on this..Pls note that I dont have CD drive.. Eric says: 6 years ago Thanks!

any ideas? Yet it shows no operating system to fix. Once the setup loads, you will see the option to press R to repair a Windows installation. 4. http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista.html IT Rush says: 6 years ago This is priceless, been looking on how to remedy this mbr problem and looks like I've already found a very interesting solution.

You saved my life. helderam says: 7 years ago Hello, How to recover MBR without installation disk ? It doesn't matter if you can't make "bootrec /fixboot" work as long as you have run bootrec /fixmbr and bootrec /rebuildbcd, its totally fine :) to make sure Run "startup repair" myscus says: 6 years ago I have a dell laptop.