Here i go... I have instaled Backtrack 5 R2 from usb with the advanced option " NO GRUB ", because i did the same long time ago. So i had installed bactrack and windows seven, first os seven working well until y mess it up with easybcd i guess Trying to boot on backtrack i added a new entry to the mbr on easybcd to linux GRUB2 (i know i had no grub), then i have tried to boot on linux, i loaded the grub2, but nothing happened, i tryed the command "make active" or something like that, and said my (hd0,1) became active, how ever it asked for kernel, so i turned off and tried to go back into windows to make a research, and the MBR was gone. I have followed all the instrucctions on recovery by bsd even the Option Three: Nuclear Holocaust still not working. There it says if that doesnt work, go to the forum. Recovering the Windows Bootloader from the DVD - EasyBCD - NeoSmart Technologies Wiki So HERE I'M asking, and baggin for HELP!!! HELP ME! Some additional info: dell xps 15 HD500GB i72620qm RAM6GB disk partitioned on: 100mb mbr 150GB C: windows 16GB linux 300GB Stuff 10GB bitlocker (in that order) (I know I dont need to backup my stuff, but i have a lots of programs that i dont wanna reinstall..) bootsect.exe /nt60 all /force c:/ < ##### > Forced dismount complete, open handles to this volume are now INVALID. (I guess this is the problem) Successfully updated to NTFS filesystem bootcode. d:/ < ##### > Successfully updated to NTFS filesystem bootcode. e:/ < ##### > Successfully updated to NTFS filesystem bootcode. \device\hardDiskVolume2 (guess this is bitlocker?) could not open the volume directory: Wrong parameter Bootcode was successfully updated on at least one volume. Its the same thing if I run bootsec.exe from the folder of easybcd??