BOOTMGR is missing - Windows 7 64-bit

stillerz

Member
The reason I ask is I'm wondering if I should just make the C: drive (Win7) the active drive and somehow get the boot files there? Is that possible?

As I mentioned in my first post, I really don't need the D: (XP) partition anymore, so I could blow it away. I just didn't want to do that right off the bat since it looks like that's my active drive and where all the boot files are located.
 

Terry60

Telephone Sanitizer (2nd Class)
Staff member
EasyBCD 2.0 latest build
BCD Install/Repair
Change Boot Drive
Point it to the W7 partition when asked.
 

stillerz

Member
Thanks Terry. I gave up on trying to repair my situation and followed your steps above. Worked fine. I'm now booting off the C: partition, and I deleted the D: drive completely. So, I'm back to a stable system again. I appreciate all the help and suggestions and I hope others on the board find this thread useful in their efforts.
 
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