BOOTMGR


BOOTMGR (Windows Boot Manager) first introduced in Microsoft Vista with the files BCD (Boot Configuration Data) and winload.exe. It is a small piece of software that’s loaded from the volume boot code which helps the operating system (Windows 7, Windows 8 and Vista) to start. The BOOTMGR file is read only and situated on root directory of partition and marked as Active disk management. On majority of the Windows based systems, this partition is also tagged as “System Reserved” and won’t contain a drive letter. Just in case, if you don’t have a “System Reserved” partition then BOOTMGR probably located on primary drive that is C drive.

Resulting Problem with BOOTMGR:

The most general startup error message in Windows system is “BOOTMGR is Missing” Press Ctrl Alt and Del to restart or “Couldn’t find BOOTMGR”? Majority of the users are not aware of this issue and they start what does it mean? Are you among those users currently experiencing above stated problem? Then don’t worry; as you are in the right page here you will get complete information on why this type of error message appears and how to fix the issue with simple steps.

The most common reasons behind BOOTMGR missing error message is hard disk and OS up gradation problem, corruption and misconfigured files, bad sectors in HDD, outdated BIOS, damage or loose hard disk interface cables and so forth.

Steps to Overcome from the Issue:

Just in case, if you find any important files are missing from system then don’t get worry; because by employing Remo Recover (Windows) software you can get back that data at your fingertips.

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