I have a Dell Inspiron 620 with windows 7. When I first got the machine I copied some stuff from an old hard drive on to the new one. I created a partition for the old stuff called "old disk". Recently I realised I was hardly using the the second partition so I decided to merge the two. I couldn't do it though. First I shrank the old disk, then I was trying to extend the c drive but it didn't work. I used the windows disc manager and also a third party program.
Anyway, long story short when I turned on my computer this morning I saw BOOTMGR is missing, press control+alt+delete to restart. I'm not sure what to do. It looks like that file got misplaced or the partitions got messed up. Windows won't boot. I have no Windows 7 boot disc, there is no repair your computer option in advanced boot options. I have a laptop running Win 7, maybe I could get the right files off it or create a system recovery disc. The trouble is the laptop has no dvd drive.