My computer was really slow, and it actually got to the point where I had 0 kbs free space on my C: drive. I figured it was about time to clean off my drive and get a fresh install of Windows on it. I brought the hard drive to my friend's house so we could start working on the (easy haha) project together. We got Windows up and running, but soon realized he had an Intel processor, and I have an AMD. I packed my bags and went home, and figured I could just run the CD again and re-install Windows on my computer. However that wouldn't work. So I plugged the hard drive into my brother's computer as a slave (since he has an AMD processor) and re-formatted the hard drive. I plugged the hard drive back into my computer and tried to boot from the Windows 7 CD, but all I get it "BOOTMGR missing". I feel like this topic has been visited 19280 times, but as usual no situation is the same. Any advice would be great.