today i installed windows 7 ultimate x64 RTM on my other computer.
When it was finished it had to reboot to finish the intall,
Though when booting it could only find winXP 32 and Vista 32 in the menu,
Windows 7 wasnt there!
I tried setting the boot disk to the correct partition in the bios,
but it gave the "MISSING OPERATING SYSTEM REBOOT YOU RTARD!" message.
And i tried fixing it with easyBCD (1.7.3), but after applying the changes it didnt show win7 in the boot menu aswell
also, just to be sure, i checked the drive for windows 7, and indeed all the files are installed on the disk
how do i fix this?
when i installed the same windows version on my first computer it went smoothly without any problems, even though it was configured with the same software
i also tried using the "repair" function from the win7 disc, didn't work.
i also tried using the cmd from the repair function in win7's install disk
using the bcdedit commands