BOOTMGR is missing error on Windows 7

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asked Oct 1, 2018 in BSOD Help & Support by Mandy
Yesterday, I got an HP laptop and while booting it the error message appears bootmgr BSOD is missing. What does this mean and how to fix it?

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answered Oct 1, 2018 by Alva Christeen (390 points)

The Windows Boot Manager (BOOTMGR) is tiny software which runs as the system starts and loads the operating system from the hard drive. But in many users get the Bootmgr missing error on Windows operating system.

Well, there are many reasons like hard drive bad sectors, bootmgr files corruption, or outdated BIOS and other. However, this can be fixed by following various fixes.

First, restart your PC/laptop; remove the entire connected media, update the BIOS and check for the hard drive issues, hope this works for you. But if not then rebuild the boot configuration data (BCD).

Hope this works for you.

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