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Windows 7: Incredibly annoying bootmgr.exe

09 Jan 2013   #1

home premium 64
Incredibly annoying bootmgr.exe

Running home premium 64 bit. Build this pc a year ago, has a 120gb ssd that was installed/had windows put on it at the shop because of the massive amounts of cabling etc. The other day everytime I try to boot, it gets to 'loading operating system............ BOOTMGR is missing'

I've looked around and yes Ive tried booting off repair disks (doesnt even begin to system repair) and tried popping the installation disk in and running off that and even that does not work. I have no idea what is going on! I tried bootrec.exe \fixmbr etc but they don't seem to work.

What makes this all more frustrating, is my pair of gaming headphones and soundcard arrived today. How can I fix this? I've tried pretty much everything. Just KEEPs happening. Even after checking boot order etc in BIOS.

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09 Jan 2013   #2

home premium 64

as an edit, through cmd it seems there are no known windows installations on any of the drives, and when I insert the installation disk to repair there is no repair option, only an install option. How the hell did windows delete itself off my computer?
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