When I installed gparted I unmounted windows 7 partition so I can extend it but now when I go to to windows 7 it says windows is loading files and after that it asks me for the keypad and what language .After that I get to chose to run startup repair but when it finishes and restarts the same thing happens over and over again.I downloaded windows 7 home premium 64 bit and then installed unetbootin but the only thing it does is to install some text files .I ve also tried to get it to work with startup disk creator but it wont let me make it.I ve even tried to burn it in a disc but it as it said on the installation guide but it didnt work.
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