So far I have done:
FixMBR, FixBoot, Rebuild Boot.ini, and ran chkdsk /r.
I really need help with this so anything is appriciated greatly, also someone stole all my CD's so I am using a Recovery Console CD I burned.
Thanks in Advanced.
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Sorry about not gettin' back to ya(busy), anyhow heres all the information.
Random3322 and I worked on this in Live Chat last night and ran the recovery console operations mentioned in his post. He has no cd's due to a recent theft, so we're forced to use Recovery Console or a UBCD (which I'm not very familiar with).
Let's see if we can get a handle on this. Boot into Recovery Console...when you get to the point where it shows what installations you can logon to, make note of that information and post it here for us exactly as it appears.
Once you've done that, logon to the Windows installation as you did last night. When you get to the prompt, type cd \ and press "Enter"...then type dir and press "Enter".
List the files (just the names) you see in the far right column for us. This will tell us what is present in the root of the drive.
Edited by Random3322, 07 April 2009 - 11:27 PM.
Edited by Random3322, 08 April 2009 - 10:56 PM.
Probably because you and tuxmaster removed debian in the chat you had. Did you try the other commands? The grub bootloader and associated files are in the list.
Edit: I tried del debian and it gave me "Access is Denied"
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