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Bootmgr is missing

Hello,
yesterday i installed partition manager in my pc but my screen goes blue.i searched for it in net.unfortunately i marked my another disk vol active.Now it shows 'bootmgr is missing'... I have win 7 disk.but i think my dvd driver is not playing it. Help me..
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  1. Not really sure what you are asking as your post is a little garbled.
    What I think you are saying is that you have set a different disc with no W7 image as the boot disc ? This can be fixed by going into the Bios and setting the correct disc as the boot disc.

    Mactronix :)
  2. i m saying that i have changed my active partition. Now my pc is not booting.it flashes a message bootmgr is missing
  3. i m saying that i have changed my active partition. Now my pc is not booting.it flashes a message bootmgr is missing
  4. i m saying that i have changed my active partition. Now my pc is not booting.it flashes a message bootmgr is missing
  5. mactronix said:
    Not really sure what you are asking as your post is a little garbled.
    What I think you are saying is that you have set a different disc with no W7 image as the boot disc ? This can be fixed by going into the Bios and setting the correct disc as the boot disc.

    Mactronix :)

    i m saying that i have changed
    my active partition. Now my pc is
    not booting.it flashes a message
    bootmgr is missing
  6. Best answer
    Disc or partition, same difference, you still need to tell the PC the correct place to look.

    If you are having issues with the disc not reading that probably down to other settings.

    You need to have the disc in the PC while its turning on and you also need to have the Bios set to read from the optical drive first.
    You can not insert a disc once the pc has started and start doing an install, it wont work like that.

    You can either go into the bios and set the drive/partition that has the W7 install on it as the primary or set the optical disc to read first and re install windows using the disc.
    If you re install let it reformat the drive first. You will of course end up with a fresh install and any information on your PC such as pictures etc will be lost.

    If this is an issue you could ask a friend to make you a live CD of W7 which you can run and hopefully access your drive info so you can back it up onto an external drive of some kind.
    Personally I have never used a W7 live disc, the option just occurred to me and i looked it up, see here http://www.vikitech.com/8098/create-windows-7-live-cd

    Mactronix :)
  7. Best answer selected by manik_79.
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