Lost boot on a partition

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Lost boot on a partition

#1 Post by jo447 » 22 Sep 2014, 08:02

Hi,
I have a macbook pro with 2 hard drives. the system drive is good but I have an issue with my data drive.
It has 2 partitions: 1 for bootcamp using windows 7 and the other one for data.
the issue was with the data partition. Disk utility couldn't repair so I used testdisk (for the first time)
I could copy with testdisk all my data on an external drive, and now I'm trying to fix the drive.
I followed the step by step instruction until the press p to list files, than I changed the partition that has the issue to Primary and wrote the settings on the drive.
When I tried to reboot windows 7 it says no bootable disk.
Here is what I have now:
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I didn't have them in double before.



Then:
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I didn't have warnings before


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jo447
Posts: 2
Joined: 22 Sep 2014, 07:39

Re: Lost boot on a partition

#2 Post by jo447 » 22 Sep 2014, 22:45

I didn't finish my post before,

so to make the story shorter,

I think my main issue is that I can't chose between P,E,D,L,* for the partitions' status.

I can only chose P or nothing

Any idea on how to get these options?

(I got my data back, and the data partition can mount again - I used org BS so thanks Testdisk!!!! But now I will need to recover the boot on my bootcamp partition)

Thanks for your help

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