Repair boot loader after Windows7 install on already install linux os.

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If you’re having boot problems on your Windows PC, it’s often helpful to repair the MBR (Master Boot Record) to restore the Windows 7 boot loader—and you can do it easily from the Windows installation disc.

This is generally most useful if you’ve broken something and there’s a boot loader error, or if you have made the mistake of installing an older version of Windows on the same PC that already has Windows 7 which wipes out the boot loader.

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Repair boot loader after Windows7 install on already install linux os.

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If you’re having boot problems on your Windows PC, it’s often helpful to repair the MBR (Master Boot Record) to restore the Windows 7 boot loader—and you can do it easily from the Windows installation disc.

This is generally most useful if you’ve broken something and there’s a boot loader error, or if you have made the mistake of installing an older version of Windows on the same PC that already has Windows 7 which wipes out the boot loader.
 

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Repair boot loader after Windows7 install on already install linux os.

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Hello Juisaha,

Yes you are right all the initial boot information remain in the MBR in case of windows, but in case of linux the boot information remain into grub. If somehow any partition which is containing any of that information is removed the whole system wipes out. In that case we have to install any of those operating system again or. We can repair the windows by using its bootable disk. The procedure is really simple. First insert the disk into a driver and let it run. After a will you get an option “Repair”, select that and you can access to the command prompt. There just write few lines. Those are:

CD.. (enter)

FIXBOOT C: (enter)

FIXMBR (enter)

BOOTCFG/rebuild (enter)

Now the computer will boot into windows.

Thank you,

Riley weaver

 

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