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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys, I'm Jason and i'm new to this forums.

I was asking for you guys's help.

 

So, when I was triple booting Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 with Windows 10.

When Windows 7 booted. It has to do a chkdsk (Check Disk) operation. So, I did. Once I booted into Windows 10, it showed me a blue screen of death that has the error code "INACCESSABLE_BOOT_VOLUME" when I booted to Windows 8, It has the same error code too. 

I was hoping so you guys can help but, thats all for now

 

- Jason

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It probably overwrote the boot partition. Try using windows 10's installation medium to fix your installation.


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This is prob down to Windows 10 and 8 not actually shutting down. They do some stuff so it boots faster, but the chkdsk from Windows 7 sees that data as "dirty" and removes it, leaving you with this problem. Are you able to boot into 10 or 8 in safemode?

 

You might have to use the recovery USB for this tho :( 

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Is the drive configured for MBR? If so, disable Secure Boot in your BIOS and/or enable Legacy BIOS mode. 

 

If the drive is configured for GPT ensure the opposite of what I said above.

 

Edit: Disregard the above.

 

Fix your boot records in WinRE.


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The bootloader for 8.x/10 probably got corrupted. You'll have to go into the recovery for 8.x/10 and fix the boot records. 

 

Also, you might want to consider dual booting on separate drives, or at least separate 7 from 8.x/10 as 7 uses a different bootloader.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thanks everyone for  replying. I appriciate your comments. 

 

1. Should I just delete Windows and re-install it?

                                      or

2. Keep the Windows partition and try to fix it?  

 

1 hour ago, Phentos said:

Is the drive configured for MBR? If so, disable Secure Boot in your BIOS and/or enable Legacy BIOS mode. 

 

If the drive is configured for GPT ensure the opposite of what I said above.

No, My BIOS is set to Legacy which disables the Secure Boot option

 

1 hour ago, Dujith said:

This is prob down to Windows 10 and 8 not actually shutting down. They do some stuff so it boots faster, but the chkdsk from Windows 7 sees that data as "dirty" and removes it, leaving you with this problem. Are you able to boot into 10 or 8 in safemode?

 

You might have to use the recovery USB for this tho :( 

I don't think I'm able too boot onto safe mode but I am downloading Windows 10 to my USB Drive so I can boot to it.image.png.8da138c198e77e5198be589b0a05b6df.png

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3 minutes ago, JasonTheCat said:

Thanks everyone for  replying. I appriciate your comments. 

 

1. Should I just delete Windows and re-install it?

                                      or

2. Keep the Windows partition and try to fix it?  

Multibooting on one drive is problematic from my experience. Might consider buying multiple drives for each installation if you insist on having a triple boot configuration.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Phentos said:

Multibooting on one drive is problematic from my experience. Might consider buying multiple drives for each installation if you insist on having a triple boot configuration.

No I can't put another hard drive. I am actually multi-booting my laptop. It has a WDC Black or Blue Hard drive (i think) It is 500GB

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Just now, JasonTheCat said:

No I can't put another hard drive. I am actually multi-booting my laptop. It has a WDC Black or Blue Hard drive (i think) It is 500GB

Yuck.

 

Oh well, I guess you'll have to make do with what you've got. Any particular reason why you're still using 8.1?


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5 minutes ago, JasonTheCat said:

No I can't put another hard drive. I am actually multi-booting my laptop. It has a WDC Black or Blue Hard drive (i think) It is 500GB

Then why bother running 3 operating systems? Running 7 and 10 I can understand, but why 8.1 as well? It offers nothing extra over 7 right now.


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Do you have 8GB of RAM in this laptop? There's an easier option.

Load Win10 as the main OS for the system, then use Virtualbox to run the different versions of Windows.

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I have Windows 7 and 10 dual-booting on one SSD without problem. Both partitions had their own ~100 MB System Reserved partitions created along with their drive partitions during the Windows pre-installation drive setup process. I'm guessing the System Reserved partition is where the bootloader gets written. Is this correct?

 

If so, then making sure that each partition has its own System Reversed partition could be what keeps them from being over-written by each other and causing problems.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 4/24/2018 at 4:43 PM, NelizMastr said:

Then why bother running 3 operating systems? Running 7 and 10 I can understand, but why 8.1 as well? It offers nothing extra over 7 right now.

My laptop came with Windows 8.1

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On 4/24/2018 at 5:16 PM, LunaP0n3 said:

Do you have 8GB of RAM in this laptop? There's an easier option.

Load Win10 as the main OS for the system, then use Virtualbox to run the different versions of Windows.

Its a 4gb ram laptop but i dont understand why it has such low ram even though its a gaming laptop. My laptop is a Lenovo G41-35

 

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56 minutes ago, JasonTheCat said:

Its a 4gb ram laptop but i dont understand why it has such low ram even though its a gaming laptop. My laptop is a Lenovo G41-35

 

It's not a gaming laptop. It's Lenovo's mainstream Ideapad series. You have the budget oriented B series, then comes the midrange G series and the gaming series is the Ideapad Y series. It has slightly better graphics than similar laptops because it has an AMD APU but that's about it. 4GB was pretty normal for laptops in this price range until last year.


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