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Installed Ubuntu, can't boot Windows 7

Q: Installed Ubuntu, can't boot Windows 7

Recently installed Ubuntu to a dynamic partition I made before installing. It was separated from the main Windows partition.

Now, when I select Windows 7 from the GRUB menu, it goes about a quarter of the way through the boot animation before freezing and rebooting the computer.

Help?

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A: Installed Ubuntu, can't boot Windows 7

Give me your system info and specs. Have you had any other problems with the computer? Is it even a desktop? We're going to need more information. "I broke something, fix it!" doesn't get you closer to the fix.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/installed-ubuntu-cant-boot-windows-7-a-639535.html
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Into windows 7 now, it says windows 7 is compressed or something.
So i gotta get back the windows 7 boot loader? I tried but when i put the disk in it loads and where its suppose to ask where you have windows 7 installed, nothing gets showed there. It's just blank.
Any help?

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Hello RileyRandom,
When booting from the install dvd, are you able to reach the "System recovery Options" window which has the "Load Drivers" button at the bottom? If yes, then click on "Load Drivers" and use the mini Explorer to right-click on the boot-drive and deselect "Compress this Drive" and choose Apply to sub-folders and files. Then close all windows and reboot.

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A:Windows 7 can't boot after Ubuntu installed

   Information
We always assume you have made your Recovery Disks using the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Media Creator app the first day you had your new PC.
& made the Startup Repair CD.
startup repair disc-create



Did you make the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Disks?


To Remove Linux take look at this post:
Error 0xc0000225 on boot

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A:Help! Installed Ubuntu, deleted the Ubuntu Partitions. No boot!

USB Windows 7 Installation Key Drive - Create
YouTube - How to install Windows 7 from USB (WinToFlash)

First mark the WIn7 partition Active from the Repair CD command line: Partition - Mark as Active

Then click through to Recovery Tools list to run Startup Repair up to 3 separate times with reboots until WIn7 starts.

You may have to wipe the partition with GRUB first: Disk - Clean and Clean All with Diskpart Command

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A:Help! Installed ubuntu, now Windows XP wont boot

Does the computer hang at this point or does it expect some input?

The correct command after chainloader +1 would be "boot"
 

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Hi,

Previously I have installed Windows XP then Windows 7 in different drives of my computer. Later installed Ubuntu 10.10 inside Windows 7 and upgraded it to 11.04. After that Accidentally I have formatted Windows XP drive from Ubuntu. I installed XP again to the same drive. I tried to repair Windows 7 and it worked fine, but the problem is I can boot only Windows 7. I have used BCDEdit tool to add entry to boot menu. This also worked fine that I am able to boot both Windows 7 & Windows XP.

Now I want to boot Ubuntu 11.04 also using already installed partition. I don't want install it again(as I have to update it to 11.04 again).

I have Windows XP in C drive, Windows 7 in D drive and Ubuntu 11.04 in E drive.

I am able to boot XP & 7, now want to add Ubuntu also, Please help me...

Thank You..

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Hi Sub,

Have you tried using the free version of EasyBCD to add an entry for Ubuntu? It works by chainloading the Windows bootloader to the GRUB bootloader, and may fix your problem.

EasyBCD - Download.com

Regards,
Golden

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A:Installed Ubuntu on USB HDD. XP won't boot.

Welcome to TSG!

You may have installed Ubuntu to the USB drive, and most of Grub as well, but if Grub is trying to load when the USB is removed, then the Grub bootloader was installed on the hard drive.

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Here's a start, with links to more info on PGP Recovery
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A:Installing Windows 7 (can't see HDD) (has ubuntu installed atm)

I guess the 15 GB is the disk space in which ubuntu is installed . Do you want to keep ubuntu or not ?

Download Partition Wizard Bootable CD , burn it in a disk . Boot from the PW disk , you will see the rest as unpartitioned space . Format it as NTFS primary partition (if you want to keep ubuntu, otherwise you may format the entire disk as NTFS primary using partition wizard ) .

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Hi. Startup repair should do well. And now you don't have to compile your drivers any longer, heh heh.

Run it as much as 3x times consecutively if necessary.

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See here:
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Well, I'm an idiot. I thought the pairing button wasn't working, but it turns out I just wasn't holding it down long enough. I could've sworn it used to work with just a press.

Time to play some vidya games.

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Easus image backup free:

Best free data backup software. Hard drive backup and recovery freeware. Hard Disk image freeware.

with this program and an external drive you can back up the entire HD or particular partitions.

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Burn the Boot CD for Easus ToDo. Make sure your system will boot from it and you can see your HD and external drive before doing anything else. If the restore on the Boot CD can't see the drives try a different program. Another is Macrium Reflect Free:
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Ubu 9.10 has known issues

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Currently, there is no fix (short of going back to 8.10 or hoping it is fixed in Ubu10 due out in April (iirc). Sorry.
 

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Upon inserting the Windows installation disk you should be able to install a new Windows and be able to select Upgrade and it should create the Windows.old folder on the new Windows.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Konstantinov


Hey all I am new here. I recently did a dual boot install of Ubuntu with my Home Premium Windows 7 machine. I need to figure out how to uninstall Ubuntu and the grub loader... any thoughts?

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Baisically, you just need to delete the two Ubuntu partitions, then restore the bootmgr from Windows 7. Please look these over and post back any questions?

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/need-to-dual-boot-windows-8-pro-and-ubuntu.1107731/
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Quote: Originally Posted by civint


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I just installed ubuntu 10.04 over windows vista, and the menu recognizes




Quote:
windows vista (loader) (on /dev/sda3)


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I have 2 questions:
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Many thanks!



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NOTE: This response contains a reference to a third party World Wide Web site. Microsoft is providing this information as a convenience to you. Microsoft does not control these sites and has not tested any software or information found on these sites.
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Would you want to do it using the command line options, or download EasyBCD?

For now, open an administrative command prompt and type:
bcdedit

This will show you what the boot store looks like. Type bcdedit /? and you can see some of the commands to use to manipulate the store. Probably the first thing you might want to do in make a backup copy of the store

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I'm against multi-booting of any kind. I believe in keeping it simple, so if you want to play around with Ubuntu, especially if you are worried about compatibility, virtualize it. It's 100% compatible with VirtualBox.

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Welcome to EightForums.


First you will need to DISABLE Secure Boot.






Originally Posted by theog


Reset BIOS to default, and reboot to BIOS make sure Secure Boot is disabled.
Make sure CSM is ENABLED, & set to UEFI boot.
NOTE: Check your manufacturer's uEFI BIOS manual for settings.



Secure boot: technical types spreading half-baked information






Linux distributions are making slow progress on implementing measures to ensure that their images available for download are bootable on hardware that has secure boot turned on.


Secure boot is a feature of the UEFI, the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface, a replacement for the BIOS.

Microsoft has implemented this feature on hardware certified for Windows 8 in a way that requires the exchange of cryptographic keys; since the company controls the key-signing authority, anyone who wants to create a bootable medium has to necessarily obtain a key from Redmond.

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mjg59 | Secure Boot distribution support












?Microsoft's real aim is to kill the aftermarket in used computers that have Win 8 installed by not allowing you to install something other than Windows?



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A:I cannot boot windows from USB, but I can boot ubuntu?

Are you using x64 installer?

http://www.eightforums.com/installation-setup/38422-i-cannot-boot-windows-usb-but-i-can-boot-ubuntu.html
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Hello,
I have a laptop with dual boot setup for Ubuntu/Windows 7. My company encrypted the Windows partition (McAfee) after which Windows no longer shows up in the boot loader. Can it be fixed?

thanks!

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Getting "Operating system not found" message right after I press the power button. This happened right after I did a full install of Ubuntu to a usb drive. Have a Sony Vaio S Series laptop. The Assist button that is supposed to boot from a recovery partition on the internal drive produces the same error. Tried resetting the BIOS to default settings but didn't help (the default is UEFI). There are no hardware issues as I can run Ubuntu and see all the drives. Ran an Ubuntu Boot Repair utility. Here is a summary report output: Ubuntu Pastebin. Any suggestions?

A:Unable to boot into Windows after installing Ubuntu on usb drive

Run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times.

Everything else that can be done is here for Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start

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Hi there folks Please bear with me this is a bit long I want to have system with OSes as named in the subject line This is what I did to go about having that Its a new HDD GB partitioned as follows GB for Windows then GB Data and then GB again For Ubuntu I installed Windows and then installed Ubuntu on the respective partitions as mentioned Upon booting the system the grub screen appeared and could load Ubuntu Ubuntu issue 14.04 Windows with Ultimate boot Dual & 7 but the Windows Dual boot issue with Windows 7 Ultimate & Ubuntu 14.04 wouldn't The windows loader threw the error as follows Status xc f Info The boot selection failed because the required device is inaccessible and also advised a startup repair I tried to do that using a bootable USB DVD drive does not work in vain Choosing the Startup Repair option here took me to a screen where quot Windows quot OS is listed with quot MB quot Partition Size and quot Unknown Local Disk quot Location Followed by a message I'm para phrasing here the startup repair cannot fix the problem send the error to Microsoft Then I read on the interwebs somewhere to use the command line entity and run the commands bootrec exe fixboot bootrec exe fixmbr Both of which were successful and upon booting it went back to the Windows loader now with the same error and Ubuntu is not accessible at all So I have reinstalled the Windows on the same partition the quot head quot GB My windows loader shows instances of Windows during boot up one of which throws the same error and the other boots The quot tail quot end GB meant for Ubuntu is hidden but listed as a healthy one on the Disk Management I would like to get rid of the faulty Windows entry on the loader and get Ubuntu up and running smoothly Please let me know if you need any more info Thanks in advance

A:Dual boot issue with Windows 7 Ultimate & Ubuntu 14.04

Quote:
I would like to get rid of the faulty Windows 7 entry on the loader and get Ubuntu up and running smoothly. Please let me know if you need any more info.



Hi

Please download "EasyBCD" from https://neosmart.net/Download/Register/1 and use it to delete the non working entry from the BCD boot menu.

https://neosmart.net/wiki/easybcd/ba...eting-entries/

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My original topic here http ubuntuforums org showthread php t I believe this belongs in the XP forum as it is an XP startup related issue If not move it to Linux please IMPORTANT QUESTION Will I be able to use an XP home CD to recover XP Media Centre span ------------ URGENT - ALL HELP GIVEN IS APPRECIATEDHey I ve just installed Ubuntu desktop edition on a desktop computer The installation was a success and Ubuntu can now be used as a fully working operating system BUT when I try to load installation linux after boot Windows failure XP Ubuntu Windows XP Media centre edition from the GRUB option I m choosing the right option it goes to the loading screen but then says something along the lines of quot autochk not found - Windows XP boot failure after Ubuntu linux installation SKIPPING AUTOCHECK quot followed by a Blue Screen of Death STOP c a Fatal System Error xC a the system has been shut down The system is manufactured by Packard Bell it s a good few years old I would love to go in depth with its specs but I m not sure how on Ubuntu It has mb RAM a nVidia graphics card and an Intel Pentium I highly doubt that means quad core processor from what I can find To modify the partitions I used the ubuntu installer Thanks so much in advance Just to go over again in short Ubuntu works XP doesn t Oh and half of the XP documents and settings files seem to have vanished AndyP S I believe the version of Ubuntu I have installed and working uses GNOME I ve tried using gedit to change a file in the grub folder to add a line unhide hd just above the root line -Didn t solve the problem I think it s to do with windows itself Thanks DI thought the great community here could help me possibly more than ubuntu forums

A:Windows XP boot failure after Ubuntu linux installation

No.

Media Center (MCE) is a variation of XP Pro.

I'm not even sure that you could use an XP Pro version to "recover" an XP MCE system, since I thought that all those systems utilize recovery partitions/CDs which have been prepared by the manufacturer of the system.

These recovery/restore CDs/partitions...are not the same as an XP install CD, since they contain programs, drivers, and other modifications which might have been put in by the manufacturer.

I could be wrong.

Louis

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I set up a dual boot of Ubuntu and Windows on my lenovo u laptop a couple months ago and everything was working fine That was till I found a problem with the wireless when switching from Ubuntu over to I found that if I Ubuntu Windows and boot problem Dual wireless 7 left the wireless off in Ubuntu and restart to the wireless is completely disconnected in Later I learned that if I enabled the wireless in Ubuntu and restart into the wireless works fine Now the major problem is that the Ubuntu update completely screwed the Ubuntu installation The graphics nor the internet worked after the update so basically I'm stuck with the wireless off in Windows Also Dual boot Ubuntu and Windows 7 wireless problem I deleted the Ubuntu partition Dual boot Ubuntu and Windows 7 wireless problem to possibly reinstall it but another problem is that I got the install from a friend who isn't around Someone told me that Ubuntu actually shuts down the wireless card at the hardware level Does anyone know a low level way of enabling the wireless adapter in Windows ipconfig gives me the quot Media disconnected quot message on all of the adapter connections I have already tried reinstalling wireless drivers as well and none of the Windows troubleshooting apps help whatsoever

A:Dual boot Ubuntu and Windows 7 wireless problem

In the bios settings on most modern computers there is an option to enable or disable the wireless adapter.

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A:I can't boot to Windows after formating/deleting Ubuntu Partition

Well, I've fixed it! I called up a friend and he walked me through...I still feel pretty dumb. lol

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/i-cant-boot-to-windows-after-formating-deleting-ubuntu-partition-283895.html