It's bad enough that at least once a day I have to "x" out the prompt to upgrade to windows 10. This morning right in the middle of checking the weather, frickin' 10 starts installing. Didn't see a way to cancel so I powered down the computer. I know, irrational, I was just ticked and not thinking. Decided to reinstall a Ghost image that I've used before. On restart, with my ssd selected as boot drive, I get a black screen with "BOOTMGR is missing. Press Cntrl + Alt + Del to restart." What am I missing here? Should'nt it be part of the image?