I made a dumb mistake: The computer is running W7 Pro, and had boot problems (without the "BOOTMGR Is Missing" message). There was no hardware change to the computer. Instead of me using something like "Easy Recovery Essentials" to fix the problem (found out later I should have done my homework), I immediately attempted to reinstall W7 Pro. I guess I wiped out the Windows 7 installed that was there (with the error message about booting) There was no recovery partition on the hard drive, and the original OS was Windows XP (if that is any help; but bought it with W7 Pro installed). I attempted the reinstall twice and gotten errors that the installation could not be completed....". Now, I get that error message, "BOOTMGR IS Missing" when I turn on the computer. I didn't get that message before I tried to reinstall the OS, just that Windows could not boot. Now, when I turn on the computer, that's the message I get each time: "BOOTMGR Is Missing". Can I please get some help. It is my granddaugter's computer and she needs it for schoolwork. It's old, but it worked just great with 4GB of RAM and 3GHGZ speed, 64-Bit. I am appreciative of any assistance I can get. Thanks.
Edited by sirzune, 28 December 2014 - 09:53 AM.