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Default Repair/Recover Win XP MBR

Problems with the master boot record (MBR) of a system may prevent the system from booting. The MBR may be affected by malicious code, become corrupted by disk errors, or be overwritten by other boot loaders when experimenting with multiple operating systems on a host. This recipe describes one method of repairing the MBR for an XP host using the recovery console.


Boot with the XP installation CD.
When prompted, press R to repair a Windows XP installation.
If repairing a host with multiple operating systems, select the appropriate one (XP) from the menu. If you have only one operating system, enter 1 to select it.
Enter the administrator password if prompted.
To fix the MBR, use the following command:
Code:
 fixmbr
This assumes that your installation is on the C:\ drive. You will be presented with several scary warning lines the reading of which will make you want to say no. Microsoft is exceptionally vague regarding the conditions under which fixmbr can cause problems although they are clear about the consequences (losing all data on the hard drive), so use this at your own risk.
Type y and ENTER to fix the MBR.
Type exit to leave the recovery console and reboot.
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jab mein ny linix ki the tu ws mein mein ny yeh option select ki thi k use entire disc
but ab yeh ha k linix tu bilkul sahi chalti ha laqin jab bhi koi or windows os install kerny lagta hn tu error ata ha yan tu yeh k there is no storage media yan jab files copy hona shuru hoti hain tu kehta ha there is no setup files found
laqin phir jab linix dobra karun tu bilkul sahi install ho jati ha koi error bhi nahi deta

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agar direct hard disc sy boot kerun tu grub error 17 ata ha

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mein ny window 98 ki cd sy fdisk mein ja ker dobara partation bhi banai hain laqin wo nahi work kerti. ban tu jati hain laqin phir boot from cd kero tu ata ha k no set up files found , or agar xp ki cd sy kerun tu ata ha no storage media

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Boot with the XP installation CD.
When prompted, press R to repair a Windows XP installation.
setup could not find any hard disk drives installed on your computer
setup can not continue ....

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Default Re: Repair/Recover Win XP MBR

OK,

I think , Aap fdisk say partition theek nahi kar rahay hoon gay ...

Partitions table save nahi ho rahi drive par ...

Have you deleted all the primary and seconday partitions?

Have you made your new primary partition "Active" ?

try using cd of Win me for Partitioning... that may help...

Check this Thread ... http://www.compatdb.org/support/topi...p_install.html


If no clue then attach your hdd to any other computer ... and then use partition magic for partitioning ...
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OK,

I think , Aap fdisk say partition theek nahi kar rahay hoon gay ...

Partitions table save nahi ho rahi drive par ...

Have you deleted all the primary and seconday partitions?

Have you made your new primary partition "Active" ?

try using cd of Win me for Partitioning... that may help...

Check this Thread ... http://www.compatdb.org/support/topi...p_install.html


If no clue then attach your hdd to any other computer ... and then use partition magic for partitioning ...
yes i deleted all partations using fdisk

but i think i made not active all partations again

the link you have shared ...i have the same problem that i am facing but this thread have no curing information ...

hmm...ok now i try it attaching my hard to other computer....
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