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Bootmgr is Missing

Postby fastrack1966 » Mon May 12, 2014 1:02 pm

I have been using the image create-restore function of BING to secure complete system backups of my Windows OS for years. In this case it is a Windows 7 image using the latest BootitNG. Upon restore I checked the partition was still active in view MBR but on booting to the hard drive get the above error message. Does anyone have any ideas for me please? I hope it is a careless oversight. I can reinstall the OS again but am afraid any subsequent image create-restore will only produce the same error meaning my imaging is useless!

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Re: Bootmgr is Missing

Postby Brian K » Mon May 12, 2014 1:54 pm

fastrack1966,

See....

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1567
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Re: Bootmgr is Missing

Postby mjnelson99 » Mon May 12, 2014 6:48 pm

Do you have the 100 MB partition with the boot files?
Not sure that is the message you would get with that being missing?

I updated to BIBM. It is more flexible.
Mary

On 5/12/2014 3:02 PM, fastrack1966 wrote:
> I have been using the image create-restore function of BING

to secure complete system backups of my Windows OS for years.

In this case it is a Windows 7 image using the latest BootitNG.

Upon restore I checked the partition was still active in view MBR

but on booting to the hard drive get the above error message.

Does anyone have any ideas for me please? I hope it is a careless
oversight.

I can reinstall the OS again but am afraid any subsequent image
create-restore

will only produce the same error meaning my imaging is useless!
>
> BrianJ
>
>
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Re: Bootmgr is Missing

Postby fastrack1966 » Tue May 13, 2014 1:33 pm

Indeed I checked my working PC and of course it has a system reserved 100 Mb partition. When I view what I have on the nonbooting PC this is missing. Trouble is I elected, I think, to image the whole disk not a partition. I bought BIBM lately, I labelled my CD BootIt "v 2.04" . I am not aware there was a way of leaving out the 100 Mb partition, who would want to?!

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Re: Bootmgr is Missing

Postby mjnelson99 » Tue May 13, 2014 2:21 pm

I did a clean install myself and did not get it. I created and marked
Active before the install. Then it is not there.

Win 7 Home Premium doesn't need it. Pro might.
Mary

On 5/13/2014 3:33 PM, fastrack1966 wrote:
> Indeed I checked my working PC and of course it

has a system reserved 100 Mb partition. When I view what

I have on the nonbooting PC this is missing. Trouble is I elected,

I think, to image the whole disk not a partition. I bought BIBM lately,

I labelled my CD BootIt "v 2.04" . I am not aware there was a way of

leaving out the 100 Mb partition, who would want to?!
>
> BrianJ
>
>
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Re: Bootmgr is Missing

Postby Brian K » Tue May 13, 2014 2:22 pm

The above link describes how to do a repair. It should work.
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Re: Bootmgr is Missing

Postby TeraByte Support » Tue May 13, 2014 10:33 pm

the only way the partition wouldn't be in the backup is if the wasn't a full
backup (it will say partial next to the drive). It would only not restore
if it wasn't a full drive restore. So if you did a full drive backup, just
do a full drive restore.

"fastrack1966" wrote in message news:8022@public.bootitng...

Indeed I checked my working PC and of course it has a system reserved 100 Mb
partition. When I view what I have on the nonbooting PC this is missing.
Trouble is I elected, I think, to image the whole disk not a partition. I
bought BIBM lately, I labelled my CD BootIt "v 2.04" . I am not aware there
was a way of leaving out the 100 Mb partition, who would want to?!

BrianJ

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