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Installing win7, bootmgr missing.

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  • Started 6 years ago by stevegek
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stevegek
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Hi guys!

Okay typed it all, hit back accidentaly and msg was gone so I'll go with a short version:

Currently there's no windows installed. When I place the windows 7 install in the drive setup boots. I formated both C and D. But the install says they are both no bootable destinations (!!!)

I formated them, checked the bios etc and it all seems fine.

When I dont do anything and try to start it up (with no installs, duh) it says BOOTMGR MISSING.

What to do? :O

Posted 6 years ago
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stevegek
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Okay at the install screen I deleted the 2 partitions, made a new one. It's installing now... Gheh.

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