boot pc with easybcd

orenjamil

New Member
Hi,
After restoring a windows 7 partition image into a new HD (using DriveImage XMhe machine is not restL) restarting. there isn't any error - it simply does not regognize win 7.

I tried using Win7 install disk in order to repair the boot record - but the repair tool does not recognize win 7 is installed.

I thought maybe using EasyBCD in order to create an MBR.
1. Does it make sense?

2. Is it possible, in the first place, to boot from USB / Cd with EasyBCD and then create an MBR?

Tx

Oren
 

mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
You can do it manually from the command line of the Vista repair CD regardless of whether it recognizes your install or not. See http://j.mp/BcdRepair for the instructions
 
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