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Cant fix boot mgr using SYS. DSK

Data and config error. computer tries to fix but cant save C;BootBCD.Back0002 (automatically). Can I repair boot mgr. using cmd promt in save mode. Computer was restore to factory image, I must have previously erred on bios. (feeble attempts). Now repair problem with part. , before restart repair fixed. should I try and use restore disc. purchased again, instead of using Sys. Disk when I use the F1 key?

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I would try using the original restore disk that came with the laptop. It should contain all the needed drivers, files, operating system, and applications specific for your laptop.
Hope this helps.

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