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  1. I have a notebook that I dual boot between Windows-8 and Linux-Ubuntu-12.04. After the main drive went bad and was replaced, I realized that it appeared impossible to restore the system from my Retrospect Backups. I booted the Disaster Recovery CD that I made and restored the C: drive, but it wouldn't boot because the MBR had been modified by Linux to point to the Linux /boot parition which didn't exist yet! Is there any way to build and later restore a Windows/Linux dual boot system? If I was able to modify the MBR back to the way Windows had it prior to the Linux dual boot modification, I would be all set. Unfortunately, I couldn't find a tool that worked. They all produced the error message "Repair Unsuccessful".
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