|05 Jan 2013||#1|
"BootMGR is Missing" after restore Factory Settings attempt
I've use the return to factory settings function before without any problems so I tried it on a different computer (on an Acer Windows 7 laptop) but for some reason this time, 5-10 minutes in, something failed and it restarted itself and it says BOOTMGR is missing Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart. I'm not sure if it came with an installation disc, I don't think it did, but either way I don't have one.
I tried making a System Repair Disc with a working computer to boot from but I can't seem to get it to be of any use. In the System Recovery Options window under Operating System nothing is listed. I think I really fracked it up. I would greatly appreciated some help here. Thanks.
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