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My notebook 4211-b comes up with an error occurred while attempting to read the boot configuration data how do I solve this??

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Hi there,
Seems your BCD is damaged. To solve this you will need the vista or windows 7 installation cd. You have to boot from the cd. When you see the install now option you have to select "repair my computer". Click command prompt and type bootrec /rebuildbcd. Restart the pc and check if it works. If you do not have the re-installation cd then you have no choice but to set the pc to factory settings.I means you will lose everything.

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