I have a bit of a problem. I recently got a new SSD and configured it to make it my boot drive. I kept my old installation on my hdd and also made a new partition on that device to hold all of the program files, data, etc. Whenever I was finished installing all the programs that I had on my old setup on my new setup and had transfered all necessary documents, I figured it was time to remove the old partition and expand the new data partition to fill the drive. I used gparted to delete the old one and expand the new one.
For some reason, whenever I installed windows 7 on my ssd, it never created a system reserved partition. Everything booted up fine. After deleting my old partition, my system now fails to boot up and gives me the message "BootMGR is missing. Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart". Clearly, my computer is now wanting a system reserved partition.
My question is, how do I create a system reserved partition AFTER Windows 7 has been installed?
I have already tried startup repair and all of the bootrec.exe commands, but none of them seem to work. Could someone help me out here?