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If you've overwritten the manufacturer's string, I would expect Windows to become deactivated.
However, from past experience, it seems to prevent some installations from booting. If this is the case, here are a couple of simple things you could try: * Patch your BIOS again with an update from Acer * Installing a retail version of Windows Good luck.
Am using an Acer Extensa 4230 that has Window 7 32-bit Version and, as I said, am Dual-Booting with Ubuntu 11.04. So run Windows 7 Repair up to three consecutives times until no errors are reported - this will fix your Windows 7 booting.There are multiple reasons why BIOS update prevents Windows from booting: All 3 can bring a lot of trouble and affect your PC.Today, we’ll try to offer you a few solutions in hope that at least one of them will help you save or salvage your PC.Install "ext3fsd" v0.50 or later run it and map the Ubuntu partition. This file contains the needed boot code for Ubuntu. Create an entry for Ubuntu in Windows BCD: Install the tool "Visual BCD Editor" from Start it and create a "Boot-Sector loader" using shortcut F8(or right click - Nyamoga, Did you apply a BIOS update from Acer or some other source?