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My HP dv2000 will not boot the screen says BOOTMGR is missing

My dv2000 Pentium notebook reads on the screen BOOTMGR is missing and I don't have a startup disc, but I have a dv2000 celeron m could that fix the problem

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You need the Operating System Disc or possibly boot to your recovery partition.. try holding F10 or F11 Upon boot to take you to the recovery screen if it is still there...

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Put the disc into your hard drive and boot from it. The process differs depending on your BIOS, but the most likely way is to go into your BIOS settings (Press DEL when the computer boots), search for "Advanced Settings" and for anything that sounds like "Boot Order", then change your first device to your CD/DVD Drive. Save the settings and reboot your computer.

Once you've booted from the disc, press "Repair" - you'll be greeted with a screen with several options. One of these should be "Startup Repair", press it and let it do its job. When it finishes, reboot your computer: your problem should be fixed now.



If this doesn't work, follow the same steps to boot from the Vista DVD, but this time choose "Command Prompt" when the option appears. In the command prompt type:

bootrec /rebuildbcd

Answer "yes" if it asks you about your installation path.

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