Recent content by Shasoosh

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    chain boot error, can't fix MBR, can't load Lion

    I fully understand that but until now I used only MBR entry and right now doing so gives me " chains boot error " while another modified MBR is working. There for EasyBCD doesn't get the job done for me.
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    chain boot error, can't fix MBR, can't load Lion

    Well, I googled my problem and someone was suggesting using tboot to solve the chain boot error so I replaced the nst_mac.mbr easybcd created with tboot (renamed it to nst_mac.mbr of course) and Lion is booting just fine, the problem there is that i get another boot screen that asks me to select...
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    chain boot error, can't fix MBR, can't load Lion

    No, sorry for the confusion. Adding the entry is not the problem. When i select the EFI entry from the boot menu i see some sort of chameleon boot screen and then my computer restarts.
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    chain boot error, can't fix MBR, can't load Lion

    As you can see i'm dualing with Windows 7 and lion. I recently added another HFS+ partition to my drive (was out of space on lion) and now when i try to boot to lion i get this error: "chain boot error". I tried recreating the MBR with easybcd, removing entries, creating new ones. The error...
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    Can't choose between OS - usb keyboard

    I got a new Logitech media 600 usb keyboard and in the boot screen i can't choose between OS. (The keyboard is not functional and no light is on) is there any solution for that?
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    Lost win7 boot screen

    Cool. Thanks Terry60 . In xp and Vista Boot screens are something you can change somewhere in the file system. I guess its not like that with 7 ha?
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    Lost win7 boot screen

    Hey all, here's my story: I had 2 partitions, one with vista and the other with Win 7, (on one physical drive) I got a new drive and wanted to move my Win7 there, so, i imaged the partition using acronis, extended my old drive and restored the partition to the new drive. Win7 wouldn't boot so i...
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    a Tricky one :)

    I must admit i'm a bit confused... But before that i have another question.. after all my hard work i had to RMA my drive (bad sectors) I've installed a fresh copy of Vista on the new drive but for some reason my bood files are on another drive. My C: drive had a clean root. How can i trasfer...
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    a Tricky one :)

    Old drive = Vista x86 on c: and xp on d: added a new drive and made it C: + installed on it Vista x64 So now C: = New Vista x64, D: (with previous VIsta) and E: (with previos XP) I wanted my xp back so i switched between D: and E: so now C: = Vista x64 , D: old XP, E: old vista after i fixed my...
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    a Tricky one :)

    "Are you saying that you were able to get into XP and regedit to change the letter back to what it had previously been ?" Yes, when i logged into xp for the first time (after i fixed the boot.ini) the drive letters were massed up. I could change the letters from the disk management but to get...
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    a Tricky one :)

    yes.. well, it doesn't matter, i've found a solution. I went to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevicesand and renamed \DosDevices\F: to \DosDevices\C: I was sure my Xp partition will not boot but guess what? :D Thank you all for your kind help.
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    a Tricky one :)

    Thanks Terry60! That worked,xp loads just fine now but the drive letters are different from my vista install. VIsta - Xp C: = F: D: = D: E: = E: When i try to change F: to C: in the disk managment im getting an error says i can't change boot drive letters.. How can i...
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    a Tricky one :)

    I'm posting here a pic of my configuration. I must mention again, right now c: is a new hard drive i've installed, d: and e: use to be d: and c: in my old setups. (i had to swap between the partitions so d: will stay the same). I've copied all the xp boot files from d: to c: but im stll can't...
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    a Tricky one :)

    Thanks Makaveli213. Just to be sure, even if my xp is on D: i need to Make sure EasyBCD's Windows XP entry points to the boot drive...meaning c: ? Plus i didn't have boot.ini in c: root so i added it i do i know what to right down in multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows...
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    a Tricky one :)

    I had 2 partitions, vista on c: and xp on d: with dual boot. now i've added a new Hard drive and installed a fresh Vista x64 on it plus made it my c: drive. After that i changed my privous xp drive (that was now e: ) to d: again and aded with EasyBcd the entry for xp on d:... i thought it sould...