On Sun, 23 Aug 2009 05:23:38 -0700, Brian wrote:
> Moshe Goldfarb wrote:
>> Credit where credit is due....I have an advanced copy of Windows 7,
>> like I said it's who you know, not what you know,,,anyway, installing
>> side by side with Windows XP clobbered my XP install.
>> Well, not really, the data was still there, but upon reboot it only
>> rebooted to Windows 7.
>> One really odd thing was I used a different password for Windows 7 and
>> when I tried to repair Windows XP, after blowing away the Windows 7
>> partition, the password I needed to enter was the Windows 7 password
>> NOT the Windows XP password. I found that odd.
>> BTW to repair this I had to boot Windows XP install disk and copy ntldr
>> and ntdetec files to the boot drive. Using repair and fdisk'mbr did not
>> A noob doesn't stand a chance.....
> I have yet to see a problem similar to the one you describe, but here's
> the fix anyway.
... What happened to "there is no reason use the command line"?