How to Fix Microsoft® Windows® 7 BOOTMGR
What are the problems that occur with Windows 7 BOOTMGR. What are the ways to fix the issues?
Windows 7 is the latest Operating System developed by Microsoft with some advanced features. For use on laptop, home and business desktop, net book, tablet PC, and media center PC Windows 7 is better. Windows 7 Operating System has the ability of being compatible with almost all applications and hardware devices in a computer system. We can use both NTFS and FAT32 file system for the installation of Windows 7. Moreover, it has several great new features and visual enhancements that make Windows 7 the most feature rich operating system of Windows. Windows 7 needs the following system requirements at least 1 GHz 64 bit processor, at least 1 MB of system memory and at least 20 GB hard drive with at least 15 GB of available space.
Following details explain about the problems that occur with Windows 7 BOOTMGR and ways to fix the issues.
- Missing BOOTMGR
- Manual fixing
- Restoring BOOTMGR
BOOTMGR is a file that is commonly known as boot manager. BOOTMGR is the interface through which the operating system of your computer boots into. If BOOTMGR goes missing or becomes corrupt, you computer won't be able to start because it won't detect any operating systems on the computer, even if you have installed one. This is an error that's caused by a failing hard drive or a malware infection. To run your operating system normally again, you to need to reboot your computer and repair it before Windows 7 starts.
To fix BOOTMGR missing file problem open your antivirus software program and run a full scan on your computer. When the scan is complete delete all quarantined and infected files. Then insert the Windows 7 installation CD into your computer's drive and restart the computer. After the reboot open the command prompt and type fixboot. Then press ‘y’ when a pop up box appears asking you for confirmation. Then it will automatically solve the boot problem and you should be taken to your desktop.
The BOOTMGR is a file used in Windows 7 to boot the computer. Due to the missing of Bootmgr file your computer fails to boot. To restore Bootmgr, insert Windows 7 CD and reboot your computer. After the reboot enter into the recovery process and click your Operating System in the list of detected Operating Systems. Choose your Windows version and click startup repair option. Then Windows checks the boot files and copies a fresh copy of Bootmgr file to your hard drive.