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Windows 7 Boot Error, Using Ghost 11.5

Created: 01 Jul 2011 • Updated: 20 Sep 2012 | 2 comments
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Windows failed to start. A Recent hardware or software change might be the cause. To fix the problem:

1. Insert your windows installation disc and restart your computer.
2. Choose your language settings, and then click next
3. Click "repair your computer."

Status: 0xc000000e
Info: The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible

 
  1. Insert installation disk.
  2. Select Repair options.
  3. Select Cancel to exit from the Repair Wizard.
  4. Now select Command Prompt.
Once you reach the command prompt

Setting the volume ACTIVE.

  1. Type Diskpart to enter into utility to update partition info.
  2. Type List Disk to get the list of disk drives connected to computer.
  3. Note down the number ( # ) of the disk on which the OS was been restored.
  4. Enter Select Disk # and press enter.
  5. Type List Partition to get information of the available partitions on the disk. Note down the number again.
  6. Enter Select Partition # to select the partition to modify.
  7. Type ACTIVE to set the partition active and Exit diskpart.

Note: At this Point if you restart you will get an BOOT MGR is missing error

Copy Files from the Installation Disc

To fix BootMgr missing Windows 7 you can copy the file from installation disk.

  1. Insert installation disk.
  2. Select Repair options.
  3. Select Cancel to exit from the Repair Wizard.
  4. Now select Command Prompt.
  5. Type the drive letter where operating system Disc which is your CD DRIVE DRIVE LETTER and press ENTER.
  6. Type copy BootMgr c:\ and press ENTER.
  7. Bootrec\ FIXMBR
  8. press ENTER.
  9. Bootrec \FIXBOOT
  10. Type exit and restart
  11. Once copied you get an error with the BCD edit
  12. Run startup repair to resolve the issue
  13. Restart your computer
 

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Gille H's picture

It worked for me thanks Kamal   pls add the commandlines bootrec /fixmbr

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kamaldva's picture

Thanks for updating me with that steps

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