This is one of the most common boot issues you might come around, in the Windows operating system. Are you receiving the Missing Boot Manager error? In this article, I will tell you how you can fix the Bootmgr is Missing error message in Windows 10/8/7.
Bootmgr is missing, Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart
Bootmgr is Missing
You basically have 3 ways to fix this problem:
- Run System Restore from Windows Recovery Environment
- Run Startup Repair from Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10, or from WinRE
- Rebuild the Boot Configuration Data from Windows Recovery Environment.
1] Run System Restore from Windows Recovery Environment
Boot Windows 10 into Advanced Startup Options screen and sue the System Restore option.
2] Run Startup Repair
You can run Startup Repair from Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10, or from WinRE.
3] Rebuild the Boot Configuration Data from Windows Recovery Environment.
Although the images show Windows 7, Windows 10 and Windows 8 users need to follow a similar procedure using the installation media for their version of Windows.
Insert the Windows Installation or Repair disk into your drive and reboot the system. You will be prompted to “Press any key to boot from disk” so go ahead and press Enter.
Then it will give you Language selection option click Next.
You will now get the option to “Repair your Computer“.
Select Repair your computer option and the operating system, i.e., Windows 7 next. Click Next.
On some occasions, you may not find any operating system listed. Don’t panic, just click Next!
Now click on “Command Prompt“.
Type in the following commands:
Sometime you may need to change the directory from X:\Windows\System to C:\ type in the command cd\ then c: then run the commands.
Once you finish running those commands, reboot the system, and see if it boots. It should! If not, then run Startup Repair three different times.
- NTLDR is missing, Press Ctrl-Alt-Del to restart
- Missing Operating System
- Boot Device Not Found.