cloned a hard drive and you’re now getting the error driver_irql_not_less_or_equal (amdsbs.sys) when you try to boot, here’s a solution
Many of you probably already know that there is no boot.ini in Windows 7 or Vista, but I wanted to explain it to the less advanced users and how they can modify their boot settings via a GUI.
The dreaded message “bootmgr is compressed” is another bugger and requires some work on your side.
The dreaded message “bootmgr is missing” still exists today, but luckily there are some easy solutions.
It can happen that your MBR will be corrupted/damaged after a cold-start of your PC and then you need to know how to fix the MBR in Windows 7. Usually, you will encounter the dreaded error message: “Operating System not found“. There’s a really easy command that can be executed via the command line utility to fix it. But how to access the command line tool without operating system in the first place?
You will find a pretty detailed guide on our site that allows you to speed up Windows 7. Here are some additional tips how to improve your boot time and make Windows 7 boot a lot faster.
Should you run into this error after burning and booting your Windows7.iso try to stay calm. There are only a few reasons why this is happening. First of all, you should verify that your SATA cables are all properly connected. If that doesn’t help, try this…
Are you looking for a way to decrease the boot up time of Windows 7? There are many solutions out there. A very common one is to disable the Windows Prefetcher and the Windows Superfetch feature. This does not work at all and won’t make your system faster. We still want to take a look at it and find out a bit more about it.
Would you like to change the boot order in Windows 7? It’s very easy and doesn’t require a lot of work and you don’t have to modifiy the boot.ini, although you could do that as well if you are an advanced user, but let’s look at the safe & easy method first. The “easy” method would be to change the default operating system by editing the startup settings. Do you know where to change those options? No? Then read on…
Here we go again, I received another great question from K. Raaghav via e-Mail:
“I am having a few problems dual booting Vista and another OS”Ok, let’s take a quick look at this. It’s pretty easy once you know how (well everything is, I guess).