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Old 19th June, 2007, 07:03 PM
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Fixing bootmgr.

One of the major pitfalls of overclocking is the inability to shutdown properly when your machine freezes. Normally that's not too bad, but every once in a while, you'll screw up the bootmgr, and that can be a real pain the azz cuz you can't start the PC up again.

Vista has a lot more options when it comes to repairing your Vista install. If you can't boot because of a bootmgr error, try the following:

1. Boot from DVD.
2. You'll get prompts for language and keyboard layouts, once you get past that, it will ask if you want to re-install or repair Vista. Select Repair.
3. That will open up the Repair Window which looks like the screenshot on the bottom.
4. Select "Startup Repair"
5. Let it do its thing and hopefully, you're back on track.
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