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BootMGR missing

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recently I kept getting this message, BootMGR since last night when I restarted my PC. I don't know what's going. on, help?

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PC specs:

Intel Plentinum 3.2ghz

Kingston 16GB ram

Samsung Evo 128gb

2xwd black hard drive

GTX 660ti

Corsair RM750

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Bruce    0

I've never had this happen personally, but here the Microsoft website recommends doing a few things that may work for you.

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Shark    0

Does it effect your PC performance in any way?

Gonna have a hard time even booting into Windows if boot manager is MIA...

By hard time, I mean you won't be booting into your OS at all.

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Does it effect your PC performance in any way?

performance? I can't tell, it's sort of unable to boot

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Kenny are you running Windows 7 or 8?

windows 7 home premium, I'm trying out the methods on the page. it should be fine, takes a while to do it and I should be forced to reformat my PC

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Looks like the part of your hard drive where you have your boot sector is damaged or corrupted, try starting it up with your Windows CD and repairing, if not you'll probably have to format. If your disc is damaged though, the problem might come back so after formatting I suggest verifying your hard drive for errors right away.

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Kenny are you running Windows 7 or 8?

you can mark this as solved, got it fixed but I had to reformat it completely. gg

thanks everyone for contributing to this topic

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Bruce    0

Alright, glad you solved your issue.

If you have anymore questions let us know!

/solved

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Roman    0

I had this before and didn't need to reformat.

When I had that error it was because my bios got the boot priority messed up.

So you go into boot options and chose the right boot order.

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