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CWS.Ctfmon32 and booting error [RESOLVED]


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Hello, JSntgRvr,

Strangely, you are able to boot.

Yeah, it looks a bit strange to me too :)

And the answer to the question is yes, I have another bootable partition on my second hdd (I was thinking of installing Vista to it in the future, but never did it).

So, should I use that Recovery Console thing?
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Hello, JSntgRvr,

Strangely, you are able to boot.

Yeah, it looks a bit strange to me too :)

And the answer to the question is yes, I have another bootable partition on my second hdd (I was thinking of installing Vista to it in the future, but never did it).

So, should I use that Recovery Console thing?

If both bootable partitions are NTFS, you can include both in the Boot.ini. A question will be asked during the "bootcfg /rebuild" command process to that effect. The identifier should be different as to identify which partition will the computer boot from, but the options should be the same, /Fastdetect. VISTA however is a different story. It does not use a Boot.ini file to boot. I believe is feasible, but we will jump that fence as soon as we get there.

If successful, you will have a dual boot at startup, where you will be able to select by means of a menu, which partition to boot from.

Keep me posted on the progress.
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Yatta!
Mission completed. Thanks to You :)
Looks like everything is ok, so I would like to honestly Thank You one more time for helping me. Goodbye and good luck to You :)
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

If you're the topic starter, and need this topic reopened, please contact a staff member with the address of the thread.

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