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Dual Boot - Vista 64 / Win7 64 - Winloader.exe Error

A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. Reply↓ Harshit Bhansali on August 23, 2012 at 7:10 pm said: How to fix the below issue: File: EFIMicrosoftBootBCD Status: 0xc0000225 Info: An error occurred while attempting to read the boot The other listing has no responses... I've completed all the steps above, very helpful thankyou, and it states that it was successful prior to reboot. my review here

File: /boot/bcd Status: 0xc000000f " Reply↓ evan suryo wiranatha on August 14, 2013 at 7:18 pm said: thank so much, it works and I can grab my datas again, you rock This inadvertently may have deleted the bcd boot store. The installation was copying the files to install and rebooted. Log in with FacebookLog in with TwitterLog in with GoogleYour name or email address: Do you already have an account?

THANK YOU. The letters matched up and the file DOES exist. I can access Recovery Console booting from Flash Drive (bootable USB loaded with Win7).

I know it won't work on a logical and AFAIK not on an extended. saved me further grief! Big problem with NO solution.Wont Boot or display after shutdown solved I installed win 7 64bit ultimate.. After this step I got stock and even my Recovery DVD does not work, when I boot, I get the failure notice that HDD was not readable.

Reply↓ D.A.R.Y.L. How can i resolve it, please help me. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/53497-63-dual-boot-vista-problem-help Reply↓ Petr on September 12, 2012 at 7:56 pm said: Hi Daryl, I have got a problem with my Win7 64 boot indicating above error with BCD.

Fix #1: Rebuild BCD via Easy Recovery Essentials Easy Recovery Essentials' one-click automated system repair feature incorporates full repair and reconstruction of the BCD to resolve the "0xc000000f" error, even in So, I tried to install a 32 bit windows xp using the same method. Reply↓ Jorge on April 20, 2012 at 5:42 am said: Thanks for your prompt answer. Brett928S2Sep 20, 2012, 8:19 AM sauzer said: [off topic]I never used 7 till few weeks ago when I got a new pc...

Make sure it's active first and then type "format" and hit enter. Read More Here Share this:FacebookGoogleRedditLinkedInTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Then you need to troubleshoot your system, not claim 7 sucks for gaming and install Vista. Thank you so much!

From what i saw, it simulates a 2nd hd (even if its still the same one) with 800 giga.Now... this page Thanks very much! Select it by typing "select partition 2" or whichever number matches your 200MB partition. Then type active.

If the error screen mentions winload.efi and not winload.exe, go to Fix: winload.efi is missing or corrupt. What is it and how do I fix it ? Ik also get "X:Sources>" instead of "C:windowssystem32>" to begin with… This is what my screen looks like after typing "diskpart" and entering: "Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] X:Sources>diskpart Microsoft DiskPart version 6.1.7601 get redirected here I also can't read D: (I/O device error) which I assume is why my boot disk isn't helping.

thanks in advance. Power Read AC Value location: microsoft.com - date: March 7, 2010 Why does this happen ? even if it doesnt copy, try changing drive letters ­čÖé Reply↓ Thabiso on December 27, 2012 at 6:45 pm said: My window7 laptop,doesnt want to install windows,it shows error on disk

See the following if you get Failure when attempting to copy boot files or suspect you have an EFI system.

I have used usb 3.0 on one usb 2.0 port. As you can see here it was on disk 0. No intervention is required, as EasyRE's repair is fully automated:

Easy Recovery Essentials searches for errors and makes corrections to the selected Windows installation. Then select your pen drive.

Causes of this Error This error has been known to occur as a result of one or more of the following: Cause 1: BCD is missing or corrupt The cause of this Then I have another 300GB SATA HDD, which has two partitions: 1 - misc, 2 - Windows 7. I have attached a different int hard drive to check everything else ok and that works fine with a new OS installed but its her data that i'm trying to save. useful reference Which is why I tried the one from microsoft because before that, I couldn't get microsoft's dl link to work for me for some odd reason.

My thinking was that by keeping it "virgin" I would maintain fast boot times and that out-of-the-box snappiness. Then windows logo will be pop out. There's a great link on the Ubuntu site if you Google "boot-repair". you know how to fix dual boot problem?

Then click repair your computer. I repaired it with my windows 7 recovery disk. But I happen to have an additional OS-ubuntu n tis not in os selection list n da command for additional os doesnt seen to recognize it, wht should I do?