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How to fix the Windows Bootloader?

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I used to have dual boot with 10.8, but since I deleted it, now I can't boot into windows. It gives me error that it can't find "\NST\nst_mac.mbr" with error code 0xc000000f... I tried fixboot and others, I used my paragon cd to set the windows system reserved partition to active(because I know that it boots for there), but nothing worked...


How to fix it without reinstalling Windows?


Thanks in advance.

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Yes, I have my installation DVD, but it didn't work because there is no windows in the boot record. When I must select OS, it only shows "NST Mac OS X" and no Windows at all.



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