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I deleted the system reserved partition...

  1. #1


    Posts : 11
    windows 8 and ubuntu

    I deleted the system reserved partition...


    now i cant boot my win 8
    i have dual boot with ubuntu
    so when i try to boot win 8 i get error massage that there is no such partition (because he try go find sda0 but cant)
    i try to insert usb with win 8
    but i get that i need to insert repair disk
    how i can boot win 8 without reserved partition? (i don't want to spend one of my 4 partition for this)
    or if i cant
    how i can restore my system reserved partition? (i don't have cd tray)

    thank you
    arye
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  2. #2




    Germany/Florida
    Posts : 4,055
    Vista and Win7


    The system reserved partition contains your win8 bootmgr. If you delete it, win8 is dead. Given that you have no CD reader, it is probably the least effort if you reinstall win8 form USB.
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  3. #3


    Posts : 11
    windows 8 and ubuntu


    sound strange
    all my win 8 files exists
    there is no way to create boot manager from repair usb or something like that?
    after all this is only 100MB partition i cant create the same again?

    now i cant re-install win 8 too...
    (some errors about problems with some files)

    thank you
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  4. #4




    Germany/Florida
    Posts : 4,055
    Vista and Win7


    You can try this procedure. But I have never tried that from a stick.
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  5. #5



    Hafnarfjörður IS
    Posts : 4,295
    Linux Mint KDE 16, W8.1, W7, W2K3 Server


    Hi there
    works fine on W8 from a bootable USB stick too.
    Choose REPAIR WINDOWS option once the USB has booted.

    Note when booting from a USB device

    1) set the machine's BIOS or select a boot menu if your PC presents this --some machines allow a boot menu without going into the BIOS.

    2) There's no prompt "Hit any key to boot from the CD/DVD' that you get when booting Windows from a CD / DVD. This means that on a second or subseqent boot you need to remove the USB or you will start the same proceedure over and over again.

    Some bootable systems allow you to continue loading an OS from the boot device or give you the option to boot from the HDD. W8 on USB doesn't give you the option.


    Cheers
    jimbo
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  6. #6


    Posts : 11
    windows 8 and ubuntu


    ok i will try it
    now i create (with other laptop with win 7) win 8 usb from the iso of win 8 dev and the win 7 usb dvd tool
    Microsoft Store Online
    and then i insert it and choose to boot from usb...
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    ME, XP,Vista,Win7,Win8,Win8.1
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  8. #8


    Posts : 11
    windows 8 and ubuntu


    i inserted to usb reboot from the usb
    and...

    Click image for larger version

    if i press "enter"...
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    if i choose memtest...
    Click image for larger version

    so one know why i get all hat error screens?
    if i understand the boot from usb try to find my windows files
    and then get error
    there is a way that i can boot to the nice blue win 8 screen?



    thank you
    arye
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  9. #9




    Posts : 5,592
    ME, XP,Vista,Win7,Win8,Win8.1


    I would redownload the Windows 8 ISO & remake your USB Pen Drive.
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  10. #10


    Posts : 11
    windows 8 and ubuntu


    try it (4 times)
    may there is other way to create the usb?
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