A while ago I was restarting/shutting down the PC. A message after awhile came up on the screen. "Windows is not able to shut down as a running program is preventing it. Click here if you want to force closure. Data may be lost." Stupidly I clicked on the button. The pc restarted and said it could not find an operating system. Fortunately I had a Win 7 64 bit repair diskfrom my laptop which runs Win 7 Home Premium. I put it in the CD drive and lo and behold the pc read it ,then asked if I wanted to start Win 7. I thought about it and it automatically started the PC in Win 7 Pro. I assume that in the PC Boot manager section on the PC hard drive got corrupted. I have a full Win 7 Pro operating system on the pc hard drive. It was put there on the C: drive by Microsoft when I had an update problem and their fix was to completely reload the op system. I am not sure weather I can just replace some of the Boot manager files with the Microsoft downloaded files.
Right now and for a month or more all is OK, if the Boot/repair CD is in the CD drive. I would like to fix the problem. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
Edited by edz, 18 February 2016 - 05:47 PM.