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So here is my situation,last year on my windows 8.1 computer i had
3 partitions

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  • D:/ Bootloader containing Boot subfolder and bootmgr,BOOTNXT and BOOTSECT.BAK files

  • E:/ Containing windows installation

  • G:/ Containing other personal files

Dual-boot Repair Tool for Windows 8.1 Update. This is an interim update of the tool for the latest Windows 8.1 Spring Update (April 2014). Fix MBR and boot records for Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7/8/8.1, Server 2003/2008/2012 systems. Fix bootmgr and BCD - Windows Vista and 7/8/8.1 boot manager and Boot Configuration Data. The download links are provided for both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) editions of Windows. IMPORTANT NOTE: The last download link to download Windows 10 offline ISO files may automatically redirect you to Media Creation Tool download page, if you try to open it on a Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 or Windows 10 PC. The download links are provided for both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) editions of Windows. IMPORTANT NOTE: The last download link to download Windows 10 offline ISO files may automatically redirect you to Media Creation Tool download page, if you try to open it on a Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 or Windows 10 PC. Original Title: installation windows 8.1 unfortunately i formated c:drive now i want to isntall windows 8.1 from usb my screen is showing BOOTMGR is missing please help me with this.

At some point i needed to have dual boot with UBuntu, the ubuntu installation went well, but Ubuntu created another partition F:/ where it put the bootloader ; EFI Subfolder

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From Ubuntu i couldn’t open some files in G:/ partition because i encrypted them using my windows user certificate.

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Today i can see all the files in hard drive when i plug it as external hard drive but i still can’t open them since they are protected.

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My question is : How can i recover the previous windows installation by putting back the normal bootloader configuration since the windows files and bootloader partitions are still there ?