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Windows 7 BOOTMGR missing

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  • Started 4 years ago by bdmember
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bdmember
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Hello,
I am using a Dell Inspiron 1545 Laptop. I have got the same problem i.e. BOOTMGR is missing. All this blunder happened when I accidentally marked one of my partitions as active. To resolve this problem, I again made a huge blunder. Without understanding, I formatted and deleted that partition for installing a new Windows 7. At present, I have an unallocated Disk space of 75GB, but whenever I try to make a new partition, a window containing this message appears: "Windows installation encountered an unexpected error. Verify that the installation sources are accessible, and restart the installation. Error code: 0xC0000005".

Please anyone help me regarding this matter. I AM IN REAL TROUBLE...!!! THANKS...

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mickeyblue
Posts: 1521

you wont get much assistance with the title (solved). would you like me to delete this topic and you can start another one?

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LH
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Not solved.

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mickeyblue
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aaah you see only LH has the power ;)

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germ-x
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Hello bdmember, Have you tried a partitioning software ( Easus) or some other and tried formatting and assigning a volume letter instead of trying to create another partition? Might work.

g-x

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