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Windows 7: Computer is giving MBR Error 1, it will only log on through boot menu

12 Aug 2016   #1
jondanford

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Computer is giving MBR Error 1, it will only log on through boot menu

Recently I turned on my desktop. Like normal, the first screen that appeared was the ASRock screen(see picture 1). After that a completely black screen with the text: "MBR Error 1 Press any key to boot from floppy..." appeared(see picture 2). I've read on how to fix this and they all say insert windows 7 disk. When the computer boots and the ASRock screen appears(see picture 1), if i click F11 it will bring me to the boot menu(see picture 3). The boot menu has 3 drives(i think they're drives at least), if i click either of the first two drives it brings me to the MBR Error 1 screen, but if i click the third screen it shows the windows screen and then the log in screen. I've looked in UEFI settings thinking i can change which drive it boots from but it only shows the first two drives(see picture 4). Can anyone explain to me what is going on. Also, how to fix it where it logs on automatically without having to go through the boot menu? Sorry for any confusion in my post or anything unclear. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks all in advance.




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