bootmgr missing in win7

Toshiba Satellite a505-s6980 notebook
January 18, 2010 at 23:42:50
Specs: Windows XP
i have an error msg bootmgr is missing.it occured while im trying out a partition of hdd
earlier nothing is pasted in new volume E by making d partition active this problem occured what to do im in need plz help
having new laptop of toshibha satallite a505 s6980

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#1
January 19, 2010 at 02:03:27
I am not quite certain if I understood you clearly.

So, do you mean you cannot boot into Windows in safe mode or else ?

My suggestion is, if you have Recovery DVD from Toshiba, you can do a factory reset and make things work the way it did when you had purchased the notebook.

Hope the above helps.

Regards

SuatCINI


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#2
January 19, 2010 at 02:19:15
it didnt work out
my problem is wen i m satrting my laptop it is showing the error bootmgr is missing
what to do know
i tried to repair it from win 7 dvd it
it is having option
repair automatically
system restore
command prompt and some more

it is not fixing problem automatically
now what to do


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#3
January 20, 2010 at 09:40:52
it didnt work out
my problem is wen i m satrting my laptop it is showing the error bootmgr is missing
what to do know
i tried to repair it from win 7 dvd it
it is having option
repair automatically
system restore
command prompt and some more

it is not fixing problem automatically
now what to do


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#4
January 21, 2010 at 18:38:57
"it occured while im trying out a partition of hdd"

What do you mean by that?

What program did you use to do it with?

Whatever you use has to be Vista compatible.

Lots of older partitioning programs are NOT!

"Anothe reason you might see BOOTMGR errors is if your PC is trying to boot from a hard drive or flash drive that is not properly configured to be booted from. In other words, it's trying to boot from a non-bootable source. This also would apply to media on an optical drive or floppy drive that you're trying to boot from."
http://pcsupport.about.com/od/findb...

Remove non-bootable disks from drives, and non bootable flash drives or external drives, then try booting.

If that doesn't help, searching using: bootmgr is missing on the web gets you lots of "hits".

E.g. the one above, or info from another one...

Insert Windows Vista DVD media into DVD-ROM drive, and boot up your computer using CD-ROM drive. If your computer doesn’t boot up or at least prompt you to ask whether to boot up with CD-ROM drive, you need to change the boot up sequence setting in your BIOS.
At the “Install Windows” window, select your preferred language, time and currency format and keyboard or input method, and then click on “Next” button.


On the next screen, click on the “Repair your computer” link on the bottom left corner.


Choose which Windows installation that you want to repair, in case you have many copies of Windows partition. In the case you have only one installation, the choice is obvious.
In the “System Recovery Options” window, click on “Startup Repair” to automatically fix problems that are preventing Windows from starting, including missing BOOTMGR.


The recovery process should be pretty fast completed. Then take out your DVD, and try to boot up your computer using hard disk to check if the BOOTMGR is missing problem is solved.

If you still facing problem, try the second option – “System Restore” instead, which should be able to recover and replace back original good BOOTMGR if the restore point is created before BOOTMGR is missing.



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