I mistakenly managed to delete my boot manager last night and now I can’t get into the system. Every time I start my laptop it flashes this message:
Boot manager is missing.
Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart.
Can you help me out?
Put the windows 7 dvd in,and then use the recovery options to get the bootmgr back
it may help you ..http://linuxrecipes.blogspot.in/2011/06/how-to-restore-grub-after-installing.html
What operating system do you have? Because for each operating system the procedure is lightly different
copy-paste boot manager from a friend's computer to yours using a live disk
Unfortunately like mentioned before you'd have to use Windows disk or a recovery disk to fix this problem.
I once deleted the small 100MB windows 7 recovery partition (thinking why would I need it!!) and then started having similar problem at boot...
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Hello, do you have a repair disc for your operating system? Is this a desktop, laptop or netbook? If it is a netbook, you might need a USB DVD/CD drive or a version of repair disc in a flashdrive. Provided you have an installation disc for your operating system or a repair disc and an external USB DVD/CD you could try the following:
-- insert disc in tray
-- restart computer and make sure to change boot order to start from CD/DVD
-- once disc is started and shows the options, select command prompt and type the following:
Make sure to leave a space between .exe and /. Once both steps are succesful, restart computer.
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or use Windows recovery disk
you can use windows cd to repair your windows
Boot from windows installation Cd/DVD / USB, Once it booted click lower left corner Repair Your Computer,If you see installed windows in System recovery options select it. click next, you'll get a new window from where you should select first option Startup repair, normally it corrects booting problems, if doesn't , repeat the procedure in last procedure you have to select Command Prompt, there you will have to write these commands
1- bootrec /fixmbr ( Resotres Master Boot Record )
2- bootrec /fixboot ( Writes a new boot sector in system partition )
Use this command only if above given commands didn't work for you
bootsect /nt60 all
That's all :)
Use your windows DVD or borrow one from a friend. Boot from it and use the repair option when the installation start.
Use your Windows disk to repair your Windows. It should replace the Boot Manager.
You need a recover software to recover your deleted boot files to your root folder, the Power Data Recovery software is great, recommended, hope this can help you.
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Boot from a live CD or flash drive with file recovery software and recover your boot manager then reboot.