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Bootmgr is missing

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December 30, 2012 12:37:50 AM

I have a hp G71-449WM Notebook running Windows7 premium 64bit. I can't boot computer the repair disc I have doesn't seem to work. I have no installation disc to fall back on and I can not seem to get it to boot in safe mode. Right now its asking me to find the needed driver in the driver folders. Unless it's called something else I do not see a bootmgr driver. Right now its asking me to connect to the network which would be cool but i don't know what folder they where asking me to type in.
Would appreciate ANY help in this matter.
Thanks
T

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December 30, 2012 12:53:10 AM

t_licious33 said:
I have a hp G71-449WM Notebook running Windows7 premium 64bit. I can't boot computer the repair disc I have doesn't seem to work. I have no installation disc to fall back on and I can not seem to get it to boot in safe mode. Right now its asking me to find the needed driver in the driver folders. Unless it's called something else I do not see a bootmgr driver. Right now its asking me to connect to the network which would be cool but i don't know what folder they where asking me to type in.
Would appreciate ANY help in this matter.
Thanks
T


BOOTMGR is not a driver. It is a system file that is written when you install Windows on the computer and it controls the different boot options and how they are resolved on the computer.

I would recommend creating a Hirens Boot CD and utilize some of the options available to attempt to resolve your issue.

Some of the main ones that stick out are DiskMan and a few others.

This is going to be your only alternative minus reinstalling the OS.
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December 30, 2012 1:00:58 AM

t_licious33 said:
I have a hp G71-449WM Notebook running Windows7 premium 64bit. I can't boot computer the repair disc I have doesn't seem to work. I have no installation disc to fall back on and I can not seem to get it to boot in safe mode. Right now its asking me to find the needed driver in the driver folders. Unless it's called something else I do not see a bootmgr driver. Right now its asking me to connect to the network which would be cool but i don't know what folder they where asking me to type in.
Would appreciate ANY help in this matter.
Thanks
T



Hi, would you be able to type the exact message that you get when tryingto boot?
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December 30, 2012 1:08:32 AM

If you can get into the Recovery Environment, you can fix it, although I'm not certain of your exact error, bootmgr is missing is a common issue on Vista and Windows 7. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2622803
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