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auto repair cant fix boot. Error message missingOSloader

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by pleasehelpme1000, Mar 29, 2019.

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  1. pleasehelpme1000

    pleasehelpme1000 Thread Starter

    Mar 29, 2019
    The error code is missingosloader. Windows was downloading updates. i basicly press shutdown button of the os and windows was configuring updates. i was gonna go somewhere and started up my laptop(lenovo edge 15). Windows start up repair showed up instead of windows. It took some time and said it has succefully "reverted back to previous config" or somthing like that. It also said if the repair was succesful(itsbeen[edited for profanity] at the time of writing this" your computer will boot normally. i basily had it auto repair a couple of times and it didint work. i used a bootable usb drive and typed all the standerd boot commands. i've been aimlessly and hoplessly searching the damn internet to find complex commands to try to commpletly replace the bootmgr/ missingos. It doesnt say its missing bootmgr, and typing "bootrec /scanos" and or "bootrec /rebuildbcd" it says number of windows install 0. When i boot up i can see my os on the window where "load drivers" is located. i dont know what to do and hope to resolve without reinstalling. im doing this on a lib computer so i may reply late.
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