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How to recover HP laptop from usb or recovery partition when winload.exe not found?

HP Windows 7 recovery media on usb would not boot. I used easyBCD to make it bootable and got a message that \windows\system32\boot\winload.exe not found. I put a copy in all drives in windows\system32\boot\, message remains the same. I tried all options in easyBCD booting from recovery partition then usb. Changed active partition from recovery to system, then rebuild bcd. No change. any ideas on how to beat this?

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Don`t loose time.
back up your files....
format and install windows from a disk!

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SOURCE: recovery manager does not detect recovery partition

THERE IS A WAY if your recovery partition is not damage

goto mange by right click on my computer
click on disk manager
right click on d: make it active
and restart your computer.
if partiotion has no errors like missing files or bad sectors
your recovery goes on fine.

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SOURCE: how do I recover from usb or recovery partitoin when winload.exe not found

First change your RAM and again try recovery

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