I reinstall windows. Then I regret that and want to go back.
Fortunately the old windows is stored at windows.old
I follow the instruction in
I did it all with small catches
When I insert the windows 7 installer, the drive for installer is X and my hard disk is D rather than C. However, on normal windows operation the drive is C. Only when I boot through CD the partition is assigned to the letter D.
There is no file bootsect on my windows installer
So I can't do
**D:\boot\bootsect /nt60 c:**
Which should be changed to X:\boot\bootsect /nt60 C: or X:\boot\bootsect /nt60 D: depending on what it really does. As I said if I boot through windows dvd my hard disk letter is D but normally it's C.
I am not even sure what that bootsect does anyway.
I also can't do this one
Attrib –h –s –r boot.ini.saved Copy boot.ini.saved boot.ini
There is no file boot.ini or boot.ini.saved
It's hidden but I don't see it if I try to look unhidden files either.
Because I simply switch from windows 7 to windows 7 and the directory for windows don't change c:\windows I thought it should still work.
Well, it doesn't. When windows restart it only goes to the logo and then restart the computer.