Solved: Windows 7 dont boot after Reinstalling Windows XP

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rej50n

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Hello Guys. I have a dual boot system of Windows XP installed on drive C: and Windows 7 installed on drive D: of my machine... the problem started when i re installed my windows xp on drive C: I lost the dual boot screen, now i can only boot on windows xp. How can I restore my dual boot screen so that i can also boot on windows 7. Thank you for any feedback and help.
 

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tnx terrynet for the reply. so i booted my pc using the windows 7 installation cd and do a start up repair, in the end it say missing boot manager. I execute bootrec.exe /fixboot command and restarted my pc..nothing is change i still dont have the dual boot option. Thankyou for more advice on how to solve this issue.
 

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tnx megabite...so i installed easybcd on windows xp and use it features to restore my dual boot option. still i only have the windows xp booting up in drive c: .

My windows 7 OS in drive d: and its associated files is still there in drive d,and not working ( can not boot) Thank you very much for your kind reply.
 

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Please attach a screen shot of the Disk Management Window.
 

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[link removed by mod]

I downloaded the above link and made a repair disc...now its ok..problem solve.. Thanks to all.
 

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We don't allow that link because Microsoft alleges copyright infringement. With the Windows 7 installation DVD or with the Repair disk you can make from the installed Windows 7 you don't need any thing else.
 
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