|22 Dec 2011||#1|
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BOOTMGR is missing
So I was doing the steps in this thread, and I came to the point where you set the partition to 'active. However, I accidently turned my computer off and now it tried to boot from that partition and it gives me the error message "BOOTMGR is missing" because I literally don't have anything on the disk yet. No Windows 7, nothing.
My question for you is: Can I change the partition that is being booted in BIOS or how do I change that?
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