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I have an MSI A6000 laptop. This is the problem: I am doing a system recovery with using 2 disks my laptop burned. The first disk worked fine. I placed the second disk, and the laptop does not accept it. What should I do? I don't want to shut it down, can't find another recovery disk to download. Please help with suggestions!

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  • rigali2000 Sep 30, 2010

    Thank you for your suggestions. However, I haven't been able to find an option to download the recovery discs from msi. The problem is: I burned my 2 recovery disks. The second disk was rendered successfully (at least that is the notation upon completion). Now, that the 2nd recovery disk is rejected (acts like it is not in the disc drive)... I get: bootmgr missing.

    I have a repair disc widnows 7 32 bit, but it does not fix the problem. It offers to load driver for OS, but it's cryptic.

    If I could only "just download" recovery discs for my msi a6000 laptop... I'd be good to go. I don't have a back up image... my recovery disks is supposed to be that image, but is rendered with error. :(

    I tried the boot menu, but the Recovery partition is non-accesible or non-existent. I believe that when I began to restore my computer to factory settings... it began to format the hard drive. The problem is, msi rendered my 2nd recovery disk with errors, I suspect, but notated it was a successful outcome (which obviously is a lie and a kick in the pants!)

    If I can boot my computer to install an os, that would be helpful Can you send a link to download an image to burn a disk using nero so that I can make a bootable operation system disk on my other pc for my msi laptop? I would be thankful to try that option!

    Thank you for your time and help!

  • rigali2000 Sep 30, 2010

    Thank you for your suggestions. However, I
    haven't been able to find an option to download the recovery discs from
    msi. The problem is: I burned my 2 recovery disks. The second disk was
    rendered successfully (at least that is the notation upon completion).
    Now, that the 2nd recovery disk is rejected (acts like it is not in the
    disc drive)... I get: bootmgr missing. I have a repair disc widnows 7
    32 bit, but it does not fix the problem. It offers to load driver for
    OS, but it's cryptic.
    If I could only "just download" recovery discs for my msi a6000
    laptop... I'd be good to go. I don't have a back up image... my
    recovery disks is supposed to be that image, but is rendered with
    error. :(
    I tried the boot menu, but the Recovery partition is non-accesible or
    non-existent. I believe that when I began to restore my computer to
    factory settings... it began to format the hard drive. The problem is,
    msi rendered my 2nd recovery disk with errors, I suspect, but notated
    it was a successful outcome (which obviously is a lie and a kick in the
    pants!)
    If I can boot my computer to install an os, that would be helpful Can
    you send a link to download an image to burn a disk using nero so that
    I can make a bootable operation system disk on my other pc for my msi
    laptop? I would be thankful to try that option!
    Thank you for your time and help!

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Hi. Are this recovery disk came from the manufacturer? If you have another computer, you can checked the files inside the second disk. You might have the same disk. Usually disk 2 is driver and software disk. Disk 1 is for the operating system.

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Go to bios and select the boot order from the disk ..and try again ..a few times..maybe this is the issue cause it tries to boot instead to get the booting from the second disk ..
if the disk is not accepted it means that you had an error when you burned it ..and in this case the way to do it is to install the operation system from a bootable cd with the operation system ..and after that install all drivers from the support site ..
or go to the suport site ...download the recovery disks again ( I guess will be the same ..and burn other 2 disks and used it again from the start )
also you may check if you have a recovery partition from the factory ..Im not sure what is the boot menu button on this model ..but if you know it ..press it on start and if a recovery partition is existent on the hdd from the factory ..you can use it by booting again from it ..
Or let me know what operation system you want to install ..and I will link you to a download with an image to burn a disk using Nero and make a bootable operation system disk ..and the drivers you can get them from the support site ..I see no other way ..
If you still have the image with the recovery disk that you burned on some storage ..just burn again the second disk ...on other computer cause the one that is not accepted might be damaged ..

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