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Windows 7 doesn’t boot after Ubuntu install

I installed Ubuntu and I can no longer boot win 7 or Ubuntu. Can someone help me?

I tried 3 ISO boot boot fixes and none worked on Windows 7 or Ubuntu 12.10.

boot-repair retatux windows repair disk

Windows repair does not see the os. I can see the files on /dev/sdc1 and Ubuntu on sda1.

What a mess.

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marked as duplicate by Uri Herrera, Eric Carvalho, Eliah Kagan, Ringtail, Anwar Shah Jan 19 '13 at 3:38

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try from windows boot repair and from terminal

bootrec /fixmbr

if windows bootup try reinstall ubuntu.

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windows repair disk doesnot show the win7 system because the disks are not visible. Could this be a driver issue? – user124332 Jan 19 '13 at 13:17
in some case ubuntu will convert fat32 to exfat and the windows not showing this disk , keep in mind you need to install windows on dev/sda as primary OS , try from ubuntu livecd via Gparted to show the disks type – Hany Alsamman Jan 25 '13 at 21:59

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