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The Villan

Here I go again

Went to start my PC, hadnt started it for about 3 months and it would not start.

So after hours of fookin about I made a bootable windows 7 usb

It goes through all the necessary bits and bobs and says succesfully installed to my SSD drive (which I formatted earlier)

So the computer restarts and I am greeted with the message Bootmanager is missing  pres ctlr alt del to restart

Whats happened ??

I am letting it go through the process again , oh I also did the cmd promt of Bootrec/RebuildBcd but it still says boot manager is missing.

I am thinking of dissconnecting all other drives and just leaving the SSD drive in to see if it helps without the confusion of the other drives I am seeing.


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Sorted :)

I dissed all other drives and one thing I did different was to format the system drive that is made when installing onto ssd. After that the install went sweet :)

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who are you again? lol 




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Am gutted you forgot me hahahaha

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