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Windows 7 & Fedora 13 Dual Boot

Created: 13 Jul 2010 • Updated: 13 Jul 2010 | 8 comments

Hello,

i have a computer which i prepare for imaging. it has windows 7 and fedora 13 operating systems and all boot well. when i take ghost image and install that image to another the same pc, fedora does not boot. i tried almost everything on fedora. after editting windows's bcd they dual boot well. but after taking and installing that image fedora's boot lost. any help?

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Andy Welburn's picture

Hopefully you will get a resolution to your issue here.

EdT's picture

What version of Ghost?
Are you taking a partition image or a disk image?

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gulerayh's picture

I'm taking disk image and ghost 11.5 version.
i used -ial parameter while taking image.

gulerayh's picture

any idea?
its all about ghost.. it destroy some linux configurations or files..

thaks

EdT's picture

Have you checked Windows BCD settings after restoring the disk?
What file system does Fedora use?  Is the same filesystem present when the image is restored?

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gulerayh's picture

there is no error on win bcd settings. fedora uses ext3 file system and file system is present after image restored..

gulerayh's picture

ok i solved the problem using easybcd 2.0.1

thanks for replies

EdT's picture

So what you are saying is that there were some problems with the BCD settings after all. Yes?

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