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Booting up Windows 7

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#1 Skydie


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Posted 02 March 2013 - 12:08 PM

Posted 28 February 2013 - 12:16 PM

Hi. Recently I downloaded and extracted Clonezilla onto my laptop (it was going to transferered onto a usb disk and booted up on another computer). I'm very new to Unix and was using a tutorial. Before I even started, I had not even transfered Clonezilla to the USB, I'd gotten into an issue. Clonezilla automatically loaded up on my laptop at boot up rather than W7. I tried the using boot from OS on Primary hard disk but it doesn't work. Also closing Clonezilla is a pain, I'm unsure if I'm causing any additional issues when doing it. I just want to get back onto Windows 7 on my laptop instead of not being able to use it. Considering my original PC is already messed up this is just an additional headache. Thanks. 


PS: I've already posted onto the Linux/Unix (hoping someone there would be familiar with the program) forum but haven't had any replies. Maybe someone here can just tell me a way to boot up without Clonezilla interfering. 

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