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No g2ldr, and blank screen with cursor otherwise, a Boot\BCD error occurs

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#1 koiboi


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Posted 24 May 2014 - 12:06 AM

I ran into a computer problem a week back, saying that my system was unable to start due to "boot critical file ci.dll is corrupt." I tried restarting to no avail, as well as recovery options. This is due to the fact that I do not have administrator access to my own computer. So, I purchased the EasyRE after reading multiple reviews testifying to its ease and help in solving nearly everyone's problems. It sounded too good to be true, and I guess it really was. Upon trying to fix my problems, it would simply stall, even if I left it alone for  up to 8 hours at a time; no resolution of my problems were made. Now, my computer upon booting, displays this message. "No g2ldr" 


I ordered recovery media from my manufacturer, Lenovo, but when using it, it gets as far as loading its files, before I am met with a blank screen with a cursor on it. The CD in question is an OS recovery disc for Windows 7. Sometimes, I am met with a screen that tells me that a recent hardware or software change may be causing the problem, and the problem is a Boot\BCD error. So, I do not have access to the windows command prompt, but I do have access to the EasyRE command prompt. Could I repair the BCD or find a solution while in this system?


PS: I don't think I have a virus, having used the Avira rescue system to scan my drive for viruses/trojan horses.

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 24 May 2014 - 12:28 PM

Info On No G2ldr Message



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