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Old 23-Aug-2008, 2:08 pm   #1
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Startup BOOTMGR is missing

The partition boot record cannot locate the Boot Manager, partly located after the boot record and mostly as a file in the root directory. Windows cannot begin without the Boot Manager.
This can be caused by deletion of the bootmgr file, file system damage, or corruption of the boot record. The bootmgr file is stored in the C: root directory as a hidden system file.

Type: Fatal Boot
Vendor: Microsoft Corporation

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