Boot off the windows 7 installation DVD
Proceed to the screen "Windows 7 / Install Now" BUT DO NOT click to install
Select to "Repair your computer"
Select/put the radio button/dot next to "Use recovery tools that can help fix problems" --> Next
Select "command prompt"
enter this command: Bootrec.exe /FixBoot
enter this command: Bootrec.exe /FixMbr
enter this command: exit
Click to Restart
boba wrote:You would think the Linux nerds would have this figured out. It is not a complicated idea. Separate partitions, separate OS's. Functional boot menu. Instead I get to waste hours of my life chasing my tail for nothing. No wonder people stick with Microsoft.
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