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Bootmgr error I recently reformatted my harddrive and I am trying to install windows XP pro yet each time I turn on the computer I get the bootmgr missing error. What can I do.

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    i also have this same problem when i try to load my cpu, it takes me to the black screen at startup and says no bootmgr, CTRL+ALT+Delete how can i resolve this problem is there a website where i can download windows xp to get to work?


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Hi,
theres several stages involving formating a disk.
this error however, appears to be discribing a boot-manager program.
Try booting with Windows in the actually DVD Drive.
If this does,nt work, re-format the hard-drive. or obtain a setup disk from your computers manufacturer.
i.e Compaq.
Mike @ Compurepair.

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