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See if you can follow the instructions here:

http://www.vistax64....overy-disc.html (you need the 64 bit version)

Unless you already have a Vista disk that came with it then you can boot off it and go straight to System Recovery Options then choose Startup Repair

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my OS is Windows 7, is it the same as the instructions you linked?
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It should work. Windows 7 is not much more than Vista SP3.
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Hi, I already have my Win7 Disk and I'm able to System Recovery Options and choose Startup Repair.
It created a backup and then it restarts.
But same thing happened

Windows Boot Manager error

File \windows\system32\winload.exe
Status: 0xc000042
Info: windows cannot verify the digital signature


and then I tried again for the 2nd time, I boot the Win7 disk then repair your computer and at the Select which operating system you want to restore I could see my operating system but cannot start up repair
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See if you can go into Command Prompt from your Win 7 disk

if so then type:

bcdedit.exe /set nointegritychecks ON

and hit Enter then try to boot.

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hi ,I recieved an error when I type bcdedit.exe /set nointegritychecks ON on the command prompt
An error occured while attempting to reference the specified entry
The system cannot find the file specified
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I also have a question, will it fix the problem if i system restore it to the point when I installed combofix? thanks
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Try the last system restore point.

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Hi I did the last system restore point but still after I restart I recieve

Windows Boot Manager error

File \windows\system32\winload.exe
Status: 0xc0000428
Info: windows cannot verify the digital signature

:)
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Go back into Command Prompt. Type (with an Enter after each line)

cd  \windows

dir  /a  /s  winload.exe

(I'm using two spaces in the code box so you can see where 1 space goes.)
The last command should give you a list of all of the winload.exe files hiding on your system. Find one that is not in C:\windows\System32 that has the newest date. On mine I have one in C:\Windows\System32\boot


Directory of C:\Windows\System32\Boot

04/11/2009 06:15 AM 986,600 winload.exe
1 File(s) 986,600 bytes

This happens to be the same date as my current one in C:\Windows\System32


Directory of C:\Windows\System32

04/11/2009 06:15 AM 986,600 winload.exe
1 File(s) 986,600 bytes

so it's the latest available. Let's try to copy from one to the other.

copy  C:\Windows\System32\Boot\winload.exe   C:\Windows\System32\winload.exe 


If it tells you the file exists and asks if you want to overwrite it tell it y or yes.

If that worked then remove the CD and try to boot.

Any luck?

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umm why is my Drive directory is X: and not C:

it appears that I have 4 winload.exe

X:\Windows\System32\Boot
4/21/2009 9:45pm 603,152 winload.exe

X:\Windows\System32\
4/21/2009 9:45pm 603,152 winload.exe

the other 2 is very long

X:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-b..environment-windows_???????
4/21/2009 9:45pm 603,152 winload.exe

I already Ovewrite the files
But i still recieve the boot manager error

Edited by moogart, 14 September 2011 - 11:05 AM.

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X: may be the one on the disk. See if it will let you switch to C: Just type C: and hit Enter.

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Hi, I switch to drive C: but i cannot prompt this

cd \windows

dir /a /s winload.exe

it only works on X
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Can you do

bcdedit.exe /set nointegritychecks ON

while on C:

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I received when i type bcdedit.exe /set nointegritychecks ON on C:

error accurred while attempting to reference the specified entry
The system Cannot find the file specified
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