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Can't boot into Windows 7 after installing Ubuntu

I have installed ubuntu 11.10 and now windows 7 cant boot .On startup the screen showing the operating systems appears and I have selected win 7 but the system automatically boot with ubuntu .Using disc utility tool I can see the partitions having NTFS file systems .Please help me to fix the error. (I have tried to repair with win 7 cd) thanking you .dilip.

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marked as duplicate by fossfreedom Apr 2 '12 at 22:59

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You could try using boot-repair. It's explained here:

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You could also run this script from a live-disk Boot Info Script and post back the results

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