Windows 7 boot up failure

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I am using win 7 RTM and I tried to install OSx86 in my second hard disk. after a few failure I have successfully installed OSx86 in my secondary had disk now the problem is that I can’t boot win 7.

I have changed boot order and I tried windows 7 disk repair but both are failed. I have seen some Boot ntldr missing. Please help me about this.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #100114

Windows 7 boot up failure


It is better to leave it  don't pressure on your system. just do the instruction:

1. At first you close the Windows 7 disk and restart your Computer.

2. When it install click there

3. About the partition page it may ask to select another folder to install but you still on the page.

4. Then you must delete the 'C' drive folder and the other folder which you have another drive.

5. Then normally you have to select on your containing folder where you save it. and activated as proper way. Remember before delete you have to save your essential documents in other folder. Because your selected folder will be delete drive rather complete delete your folder.

Try it.


Answered By 574115 points N/A #100117

Windows 7 boot up failure


I’m not sure what are you trying to do here. I think you are trying to make your computer to boot on 2 different operating systems. But it’s not clear what the OSx86 thing that you are trying to install on the second hard drive is.

If you are planning to make a multi-boot system, you can not put the second operating system on a physically separate hard drive.

When creating a multi-boot system, all the operating systems that you will be installing should be placed in only one physical hard drive that is separated by partitions.

I haven’t tried yet making a multi-boot system where the other operating system is located on a different physical hard drive. I’m not sure if it’s possible.

The proper way of creating a multi-boot system is in only one physical hard drive. You should create an individual partition for the operating systems.

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