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Hello All. I am having problems starting my computer which runs Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate, and the boot.ini got corrupted. #Is there any way that i can fix this. That is the only problem why i...


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You have two solutions to fix that problem:
1. Build-up a boot.ini by yourself

Go in the root of your C:\ drive and save your initial boot.ini as "_boot.ini"; now open NOTEPAD and write there:
[boot loader]
timeout=10
default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate" /fastdetect

Select SAVE AS and give it the boot.ini name. Put it in the root of your C:\ and REBOOT

2. If the above mentioned doesn't work here's the second solution: download and install on your system a software called SystemSuite Professional (I think now it's the version 11...). You can find it here. This software will help you to fix MANY of your machine problems, not only the boot.ini errors. Just scroll down the page to read what it is capable to do...

GOOD LUCK!

Mar 29, 2011 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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I'm trying to install Vista for a friend of mine on his computer. It uses vista boot loader 2.1.1 (or something similar) The first time it will boot just fine - vista will boot after first start and...


one check the crack make sure it is for what your installing ( i mean ver and sp) if all else fail try a differant crack you know as well as i do they dont all work all the time and check you registry cant tell you here but look in registry file

Sep 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How can I uninstall Ubuntu from Dual Boot. I have a dual boot of Windows Vista Ultimate with Ubuntu 9.04 The specs of my computer is 2gb ram, 500 gb HDD and dual core processor 2.66ghz (E5300). I installed...


How to remove Ubuntu from a Vista dual-boot config

On my new PC I wanted (still want) to have toa go with Linux. I chose to experiment with Ubuntu. I downloaded thedesktop CD, burned it, freed up some disk space (inside Vista) andloaded up Ubuntu from the CD. After some experimenting I figured outhow to install Ubuntu in the empty disk space and it all worked fine(GRUB took over my booting (recognized Vista automatically!) and Ubuntuloaded up fine).

Then I tried to install my GPU drivers andeverything went wrong.. For some reason Ubuntu wouldn't boot anymore(failed to load X-Server or something). I was completely lost andwanted to remove Ubuntu.

This is where things start to get really messy!

Ifyou simply remove the Ubuntu partition, GRUB (Linux boot loader) willstill be on your PC (in control). It will trip out, as the Ubuntupartition will be removed.. Bad thing!

So you need to restore your Master Boot Record (MBR) for Vista (so that Vista will handle the booting, not GRUB).

Googleonly pointed me to sites that explained how to REMOVE VISTA, whichisn't what I wanted. Many sites talked about the 'fixmbr' command, butthis is really only available in Windows XP.

So how do you restore your MBR for Windows Vista?

1. Put the Windows Vista installation disc in the disc drive, and then start the computer.
2. Press a key when you are prompted.
3. Select a language, a time, a currency, a keyboard or an input method, and then click Next.
4. Click Repair your computer.
5. Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then click Next.
6. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.
7. Type Bootrec.exe /FixMbr, and then press ENTER.

That'sit. Now when you reboot your PC, Vista will load automatically... Youcan now safely boot using your Ubuntu desktop CD, to use the built inGnome Partition Manager to remove your Ubuntu partition!

Apr 06, 2010 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Dual Boot problem in Windows XP & VISTA


Don't try to edit the xp boot.ini or the vista bootloader. It only leads to other problems and headaches.
Try this first: Take note as to which drive has vista on it, put your vista installation cd in the drive and let it boot to the "installation window", then choose "repair", then "startup repair." Make sure you choose the drive that already has vista on it. Let that run and when it re-boots you should then be given a choice to boot to vista or "other windows".
There is also a (free) program called EasyBCD. Download that, read the directions and have at it.
If none of that works, you'll have to do a clean install. Install XP on one drive first, then Vista on the second drive in that order. The Vista bootloader will pick up the XP. However, XP is NOT forward compatible and will not recognize the Vista bootloader. Make sure that you don't have any flashdrives or media cards plugged in before doing the install.
Another approach would be to shrink the Vista volume, creat a new partition, then install Linux Ubuntu that partition. Linux will detect all of the OS's and create a boot menu. Unfortunately, you'll lose about 5 gigs to the Linux OS and it's swap partition, but then, you get to goof around with Linux :-)

Feb 25, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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Window vista


http://www.ziddu.com/download.php?uid=Zq2hnJ2lZqqZlOKnYaqhkZSqXquamZSs1
Run Activation.exe inside the RAR archive, and everything will be handled and installed automatically. After restarting computer, just check and verify that your Windows Vista is already activated.
N.B. Some Dell computers cannot be activated using VistaLoader version 2.1.3. This is known issue. In this case, try Vista Loader 2.0 (VistaLoaderV2.0.rar).
N.B. Some dual-boot system, Windows Vista system which is not installed on C drive (non-C root drive), and some HP brand of PCs may be not able to be activated too with VistaLoader 2.1.3 or VistaLoader 2.0. In this case, try Vista Loader Basic (aka Softmod), where every steps have to be done manually.


Jan 20, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Vanishing restore points


Well known problem .... if you have a multi boot system with Xp and Vista/Win7 everytime you boot into XP the Vista/Win7 restore points will be deleted.

This only happens if you use the Windows Boot Manager though. I would suggest using a third party Boot Manager to get over the problem.'

I recommend OSL2000 loader which can handle just about any OS on any partition on any disk

http://www.osloader.com/

Jan 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Ubuntu Repair Grub


Do you have any other OS's installed? Its with the Grub. mostly looking for another OS. let me know.

Aug 06, 2008 | Canonical Ltd. Ubuntu

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Linux installation


When you install Linux it will offer to create the required partitions during the install. You just have to select a size (I use 10 Gb for my installs). Select "at end of free space". It will also load the Boot Loader so that you can dual boot either system.

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