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I DON'T WANT VISTA!


sammmmmy195

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I needed help, and because I'm an idiot, I posted on yahoo answers: How can I stop the wrong operating system from starting? - Yahoo! Answers I followed the advice of the first guy, downloading the software from softpedia. When I opened it, there was immediately an option to alter the startup settings so I deleted vista and set windows 7 to default. Now, when I turn on thhe put, it automatically tries and fails to start vista, with no option to start 7 (meaning I can't use my computer). I've scoured the bios for something to do but can't find anything. Also, I've tried putting in the disc I used to install with, but the same messages come up, even when I say boot from CD and not the HDD! It's possible it can't read the disk but I'm not sure. So yeah...help!!

Thanks guys :D

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sammmmmy195

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Sorry guys, the link is here: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;ylt=Anso0nLlkoJ4NIpFIuxYNzbty6IX;ylv=3?qid=20110923114222AAnDBp5

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sammmmmy195

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ARGH! Sorry guys, the link is here: http://dft.ba/-Yqm

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chub_tor

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Does this link help you? Fix Windows boot loader problem manually...

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