Asus – Press F9. Dell – Press F8 which will bring up Advanced Boot Optionshttp://www.dell.com/support/troubleshooting/us/en/19/KCS/KcsArticles/ArticleView?docid=DSN_362066. eMachines: Press Left Alt Key + F10. Fujitsu – Press F8. Gateway: Press Alt + F10 Keys - As Acer owns them: press Left Alt + F10 Keys as per Acer eRecovery. HP – Press F11 repeatedly. Lenovo – Press F11. Packard Bell: Press and hold the ALT key while pressing repeatedly the F10 key. Release the keys when a message displays that Windows is loading files. Samsung – Press F4. Sony Vaio – Tap F10 until the Edit Boot Options screen is displayed. Toshiba – Press 0 (zero). Or you can also borrow the exact same Retail Windows 7 Edition DVD and use your Product Key to reinstall. Or you can use this for preinstalled or Retail Licenses. Download the correct ISO file and make your own disk and use the Product Key that is on the COA Sticker. And here are instructions on how to burn ISO images to disk:. Then do a clean install:. The COA sticker is either on the underside of the Laptop or in the Battery Compartment. With a Desktop it is either on the side, rear or top of the Computer Case. Using the downloaded ISO file Method may require phone Activation. If it does require phone Activation, do not follow the Auto Prompts, but hold on for a real person to explain to as to what has been done for re-installation purposes. "How to Activate Windows 7 by Phone". The above method also will require you to go to your Computer Manufacturer's website > Support and Downloads Section > locate your Model Number and Operating System > then download and install the latest Drivers for it. Using the USB method in conjunction with the above Windows 7 download:. "How to Get and Use the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool". Here are the steps for accessing bootrec.exe to rebuild the master boot sector:. Insert your Windows 7 or Vista install disc. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Press any key at the “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD” message. Choose Repair your computer after you select the language, time and keyboard method.
In other words, how to fix BOOTMGR is missing in Windows 7 without CD?
Create a bootable USB from ISO and then boot the PC from the USB drive to enter the Windows Recovery Environment.
- runs on:
- Windows 10 32/64 bit
Windows 8 32/64 bit
Windows 7 32/64 bit
Windows Vista 32/64 bit
- file size:
- 930 MB
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On Windows 7, choose Startup Repair under the System Recovery Options window to continue.
The BOOTMGR file itself is both read-only and hidden.