Posted 26 February 2008 - 08:45 PM
I would suggest opening up the Recovery Console and running:
and if it still doesn't work correctly, then try
This should rebuild the boot sector and the mbr on the boot (C:) drive. It'll leave a few files on it, but for now that's OK - the main effort here is to get Windows to boot correctly.
Once that's done, something can be done about rearranging the partitions in a manner more to your liking.
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