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post #31 of 45
use for backups of your of main drive so if you "fubar" your windows or anything you have a back up save on the other drive thats what i mean as use as a recovery drive. or as i mention before delete that partition you have xp on when install the 64 bit version and format the partition you have the 32bit version of 7 on. or just simply use that partition and save crap on it once you've formatted it.
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LOL he deleted the win 7 bootloader when he loaded XP. They have different bootloaders.

Put the Windows Vista or Windows 7 installation disc in the disc drive, and then start the computer.
Press a key when you are prompted.
Select a language, a time, a currency, a keyboard or an input method, and then click Next.
Click Repair your computer.
Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then click Next.
In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.
Type Bootrec.exe, and then press ENTER.

If still not fixed
enter Bootrec /RebuildBcd

when its done reboot
post #33 of 45
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thanks man but i already installed windows 7 64 bit completely.

i have a problem, now that i installed only windows 7, NOW it freaking asks me to choose a system to boot into and there is the only option of windows 7, how the hell do i get rid of the boot screen and make sure it only starts in windows 7 because thats all i have installed?
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post #34 of 45
start > run > msconfig

there's a whole tab on what the bootloader does in there. You can change and probably disable the menu there.
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did you format before installing the 64 bit version? cause if not you most likely have both a 32bit and a 64bit version installed thats why its asking you which windows 7 to boot in to
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post #36 of 45
Ok. I know exactly what your doing wrong. First of all you need drivers. Get all the necessary driver needed for that computer model and your version of windows XP. Your internet card, graphics chip, audio chip, and sometimes even chipset drivers need to be installed.

Then you need to download and install Easy BSD (The newest version will download). This is a program that will allow you to make a menu before the system boots into either Win7 of WinXP. It is quite easy and self explanatory.

Hopefully you read this in time. InerTia* smile.gif
post #37 of 45
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hey sorry guys YES
i did already format

and YES i FORMATTED the whole harddrive before i installed the 64 bit
AND i no thats true because there was no "windows.old" file on my harddrive at all.
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i think you just might need a boot manager..
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Oh dear god, the idiocy of this thread makes my head hurt. I'd rather deal with buntu users....

Anyways, to remove the boot loader (remove it's timer/selction crap, removing it would renter the system useless):

Start/run/msconfig

Go to the boot options or whatever (boot.ini) and set whatever Win7 version you want as default and remove the 30sec timer by setting it to 0. That should work, if not get a BCD editor and use that to remove the boot selection.

That solves your entire problem, BAM, would have solved your problem before as you could have entered win7 into the XP boot.ini with msconfig or manually into the boot.ini! Or you could have even just repaired it like the person above said, but either way your solution is here.
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Originally Posted by mushroomboy;13433124 
Oh dear god, the idiocy of this thread makes my head hurt. I'd rather deal with buntu users....

Anyways, to remove the boot loader (remove it's timer/selction crap, removing it would renter the system useless):

Start/run/msconfig

Go to the boot options or whatever (boot.ini) and set whatever Win7 version you want as default and remove the 30sec timer by setting it to 0. That should work, if not get a BCD editor and use that to remove the boot selection.

That solves your entire problem, BAM, would have solved your problem before as you could have entered win7 into the XP boot.ini with msconfig or manually into the boot.ini! Or you could have even just repaired it like the person above said, but either way your solution is here.


since ur head is hurting so bad, and u think u no how to fix my problem how about this problem which is now whats wrong:

so i formatted my harddrive and deleted the partition and rejoined the partition to just ONE partition
and reformatted the WHOLE harddrive once again,
i installed a fresh copy of 64bit windows 7 and now everytime i load up, it asks me to choose a system to boot into
BUT i only have one operating system installed.
how do i get rid of the boot screen and automatically load into windows 7?
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