It’s possible that the bootrec /ScanOs command can find 0 Windows installations: Total identified Windows installations: 0. Bootrec.exe /fixmbr bootrec.exe /fixboot both succesful I then tried bootrec.exe /RebuildBcd. But, it returned: 'total identified windows installations: 0.
I have a PC that won't boot into Windows 7. It keeps cycling unless you use the 'Disable automatic restart on failure', then you get a STOP: 0x0000007B (0xFFFFF880009A97E8, 0xFFFFFFFFC000034, 0x00000, 0x00000). I have booted from the Windows disk and tried the usual: SFC / Scannow - won't run, it says the system is in the middle of a repair please restart (this happens every time) Chkdsk /f - Runs but doesn't fix the error System Restore - Can't find any restore points So here is the interesting part. If I run bootrec /scanos I get total identified windows installations 0. I followed a guide which got me to do the following: bcdedit /export c: bcdbackup attrib c: boot bcd -h -r -s ren c: boot bcd bcd.old bootrec /rebuildbcd When I do this it does find the Windows installation and it does allow me to add it, however as soon as I do this the bootrec goes again. I don't even have to reboot the machine, if I do a bootrec /scanos again straight after it has gone back to total identified windows installations 0. I have taken the drive out and run virus scans on it.
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Other than finding a bit of malware there was nothing serious and this hasn't fixed the issue. Any other ideas? Thanks James.
I know this question has been asked before but I've tried all the usual fixes and nothing works. Basically the hard drive had two partitions with Vista and Windows 7.
I've deleted the Vista partition to make more room and expanded the Windows 7 partition to fill the drive (using GParted). I've tried: • Running Startup Repair - it doesn't find any problems. • Setting partition to Active - worked. • bootsect /nt60 c: - worked. • BootRec /FixMbr - worked.
• BootRec /FixBoot - worked. • BootRec /ScanOs - I get the message 'Total identified Windows installations: 0' • BootRec /RebuildBcd - I get the message 'Total identified Windows installations: 0' BcdEdit shows a Windows Boot Manager and a Windows Boot Loader, both on C: partition. [Update] • Rename BCD and rerun BootRec /RebuildBcd - worked.
• Copy bootmgr from DVD - blocked because the file's already there. [Update 2] I found an article that mentioned some other commands. • C: chkdsk /f /r - worked. • sfc /scannow /offbootdir=c: /offwindir=c: windows - worked (see ).
What else can I try? This seems to indicate that faced with an empty disk, Windows installation does extra initializations that are not done for repair. My advice of clearing out the BCD store might have had the same effect or might not, maybe not.
It is because of such unknowns that if the usual solutions don't work, one should reformat the disk and start afresh (as I also advised). You were real lucky to have been able to keep your Windows partition, which probably worked only because you have already done Startup Repair on it, which has fixed up the registry but not all of the boot-sector(s) files. – Nov 23 '11 at 9:44 •. I guess that you had Vista on the disk as partition 1 and then Windows 7 as partition 2, then deleted Vista, meaning that Windows 7 is now on partition 1. Unfortunately, Windows identifies its partitions by their numbers, so that all partition references in the Windows 7 registry are now incorrect and unusable.