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    Default Windows wont boot after installation

    I installed iAtkos v7 on my gateway, everything works fine on the mac side.
    but when I shutdown and go to load my windows it says it cant be loaded because winboot or what ever the file name is is missing or corrupt.

    so what I was wondering if there is anyway I can fix this with out having to reformat my windows partition of my drive.

    ok this is what it said,


    is corrupt or missing....

    plz help I dont wanna loose all my ****.
    Last edited by SGTB33FY; 2009-10-27 at 07:34 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    iPhoneaholic REAPERDAGREAT13's Avatar
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    Two questions:

    are both operating systems on different hard drives?
    do u have a disk with the corrupted system?

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    Livin the iPhone Life CaptainChaos's Avatar
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    You should be able to fix your MBR(master boot record) by using recovery mode or by using the CD that windows came on. It sounds like your bootini is hosed.

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    It was all on my hard drive,
    i had it partitioned into 3 drives, C:windows, D:recover:, and M:MAC HD.

    and i got it working now, I had to delete the mac partition and merge it back with C and i got a vista disk and when I loaded it it said my C drive was my recovery and my D is where my windows was, which made no sense because they just switched, but I came back and did it again and it said I needed to repair and restart,and I did.

    and here I am, all working again,

    if I ever try to load osx86 ill just do it on an external drive to avoid any complication.

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