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I doubt encryption started as you were able to see the files, so just use fixmbr to repair the boot sector.
Many thanks for your reply.
After some attempts (System Recovery from DVD worked one time, and after that i used fixmbr), i was able to boot to windows.
I checked the hdd for bad sectors but there were none. So i proceeded to install EE again. This time I made sure that pre-boot installation was complete and after the restart, i was able to login to EE.
unfortunately, after the login screen of EE, the following appears:
Resetting hardware ...
Disabling mouse ...
Starting operating system ...
Missing operating system
This time i was able to use WinTech's Remove EEPC, although i'd still need to use system restore's fixmbr before windows can boot up.
The laptop is a Fujitsu LH530, BIOS is Phoenix Tech ver 1.03 (dtd 15/1/2010), OS is Win 7 Pro SP1 x64. Are there any known issues with this laptop?
none reported that I could see with a quick search, but this is quite an old version of EEPC - you should try with the current version.
maybe you need to update your BIOS
To the best of my knowledge no, I would suggest that you install 5.2.12 since there has been a few solutions added to the product patches since the 5.2.4 patch.
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