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Boot manager missing

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by razzle51, Dec 10, 2011.

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  1. razzle51

    razzle51 Thread Starter

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    I get this on a black screen and it say push ctrl alter, delete and I do that and nothing happens . I do not have a disk either . how do I get rid of this .. thanks please help
     
  2. Mark1956

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    First I would run a test on your hard drive as follows.

    Please also tell me if you have access to another PC with Windows 7 and a CD burner.

     
  3. razzle51

    razzle51 Thread Starter

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    well my whole laptop went down and my pc went all the way back to the first loosing everything , was not a happy camper
     
  4. Mark1956

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    It is not all that clear what has happened from your description of events. Please describe in more detail what has occured. I have no idea what you mean by "my PC went all the way back to the first loosing everything", first what?

    Did you get a chance to run the hard drive diagnostics?
     
  5. razzle51

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    my freind came over and he said my PC went all the way back to the day I bought it and so everything is all new like it was fresh out of the box.....
     
  6. Mark1956

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    That means you have run the factory restore which wipes everything off the drive. Glad to hear the PC is working ok but this will highlight the importance of keeping back ups of all your important documents, a must for any PC user.
     
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