Hi all, My 64bit windows 7 won't boot with the message "BOOTMGR is missing" and now I'm trying to fix that. I tried using the recovery options provided with the windows 7 disc. When I try to do an automatic repair, it says it can't automatically repair. It gives a list of detailed reasons with lots of numbers but the thing that catched my eye was "MissingBootManager" or something like that. I tried doing it manually through the console using bootrec with all its options and chdsk, but that didn't work either. Nothing works ps. Windows Loader was activated on my system... --- As a side note, this is how it all happened: I had two partitions - partition 1 had a windows 7 installation, partition 2 was empty - windows 7 on partition one broke, I installed another windows 7 on partition 2 because I didn't want to loose my original files and was in a hurry - I booted a linux live cd and deleted everything on partition 1, which obviously was a big mistake because i didn't realize there were some special boot files that the windows on partition 2 was using on that partition. Thanks in advance for your reactions!