I need help as my home PC is just got damaged, so I purchase the new parts hard disk, cpu and all other things. Also I want to install Windows 7 in it; but when I try to install in my brand new PC; it shows me erro as BOOTMGR is missing, press alt+ctrl+ del. I have to many times but it shows the same error. Then i try with the windows XP but it shows the same error. Please help me to solve this problem.
Well, if you are doing a clean install of Windows 7, you should be able to boot from the windows 7 disc and do the installation from there. You may need to check the BIOS screen to determine if your computer is set to boot from CD/DVD.
With that said, if you have any data on your hard drive, I would recommend backing it up immediately before you do anything else.
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