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When you boot up press (usually F12) to select what the BIOS boots from and select CD/DVD Rom, it should then load if it had been burned properly.

You can also tell your friend to use (Free) IMGBrn if he is having a problem burning in windows. It is easy to use and will take care of image and data disks with ease.
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I just got back from work and I'm super tired, you fellas mind if I report back tomorrow?
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Originally Posted by xquisit View Post
My friend isn't so tech savvy, and it seems its not an ISO disk.

I'll ask around for a flash drive, or end up buying one!

Now, the question is.. if I get a flash drive, which link do I click to get instructions and the data on the drive?
There were two options:
  1. Make one automatically using Windows 7's built-in utility that creates a repair disc. No ISO is involved. It's all automatic.
  2. Download the ISO and extract its contents to either a CD-R, DVD-R, or a USB flash drive. It's pretty much the same thing that you can create in Windows 7, but this gives you the option to put it on a USB flash drive instead (not everyone likes putting things on discs).

An ISO is just an archive much like a ZIP file. Like I said, I used WinRAR to extract its contents to my USB flash drive (after using DiskPart exactly as the instructions said), I booted to my flash drive, and then I could mess around with the repair program exactly as if I had loaded it from the Windows 7 DVD itself!

So just use a flash drive and I will recommend using WinRAR It's extremely simple and very easy. Just follow these instructions below (copy/pasted, then edited for quality), and you'll be good:


Make a Windows Vista/7 Repair USB drive

If you own a netbook, don’t have an optical (CD/DVD/Bluray) drive, or just don’t keep good track of your discs, you may find you run in to trouble when trying to repair your PC in the event of an operating system failure.


To make a bootable Windows repair USB drive you’ll need to:
  1. Download the Windows recovery ISO.
  2. Make your thumb drive bootable.
  3. Copy the recovery files to your thumb drive. (edit: they mean "extract" the recovery files to the drive)
  4. Boot from it.


1. Download the Windows 7 Recovery ISO


I do not know yet if the one you download will make a difference, so please try both.



2. Make your Thumb Drive Bootable


To prepare your USB drive, do the following:

(Use a thumb drive that you don’t mind deleting everything from)

1. Press Winkey+R to open the Run dialogue.
2. Type diskpart and press Enter (If you don’t have diskpart, then get it here.)
3. Type list disk and press Enter
4. Type select disk # where "#" is the corresponding number of your USB drive (press Enter)
5. Type clean and press Enter
6. Type create partition primary and press Enter
7. Type active and press Enter
8. Type format fs=fat32 quick and press Enter (this literally means "format file system equals fat32 quick")
9. Type assign and press Enter



3. Extract the contents of the ISO to your flash drive

  1. Locate the Windows 7 recovery ISO file.
  2. Open the file with a utility capable of browsing ISO images (7 zip works well.)
    1. Download 7zip and install it.
    2. Right click the ISO file and select 7-Zip > Open Archive.
  3. Extract the contents of the ISO to your previously-formatted USB drive.

4. Boot from Your Recovery Thumb Drive



Step 3 above is where they will probably lose you. You can just use WinRAR. All you really have to do is install WinRAR, make sure you set up/configure WinRAR to be associated with ISOs (restart the WinRAR program after configuring it), and then just find and double-click the ISO you downloaded.

After you've double-clicked it, it WinRAR should open automatically (if your .ISO's icon looks like 3 books wrapped in a belt, then you can double-click it. That's WinRAR's icon). At this point, click its "Extract To" toolbar button. Choose your flash drive and click OK.

When it's done, try to boot to the USB flash drive. If it works, then you will finally be able to use those "bootrec" commands I mentioned earlier. Here are the instructions again which start you at the point where you will be if you successfully boot to this Windows repair program on the flash drive:
  1. You'll see a little window named "System Recovery Options" appear which searches for Windows installations. Wait for it to finish. It could take a couple of moments.
  2. When it finishes, you will see a dialog box. Select "Use recovery tools that can help fix problems starting Windows. Select an operating system to repair."
  3. Click Next.
  4. Click "Command Prompt"
  5. Type bootrec /fixmbr and press Enter (it means "fix master boot record")
  6. Type bootrec /fixboot and press Enter
  7. Type exit and press Enter
  8. Click Restart
  9. Make sure the system does not automatically boot to the USB flash drive again because now you want to see if these commands did the trick! hehe


If you still see "BOOTMGR is missing" after all of this, then I'll step down and let someone make a different recommendation. For now, just try this.
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Hey, TwoCables! I just read your post, thank you. I just came back from a store and have a 8GB PNY flash drive attached to my lil' brothers MACbook PRO. I was hoping you could tell me how to make it bootable on his laptop, because I won't have access to my father's laptop until night time (and he no longer is using Win7 - but I suppose it doesn't matter in this case).

For now I'll try to do it without making it bootable, or type in a question on a search engine & hope for an appropriate link. I'd much rather wait for you to respond!

You've always been a great help to me over the years, thanks again!

Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
There were two options:
  1. Make one automatically using Windows 7's built-in utility that creates a repair disc. No ISO is involved. It's all automatic.
  2. Download the ISO and extract its contents to either a CD-R, DVD-R, or a USB flash drive. It's pretty much the same thing that you can create in Windows 7, but this gives you the option to put it on a USB flash drive instead (not everyone likes putting things on discs).

An ISO is just an archive much like a ZIP file. Like I said, I used WinRAR to extract its contents to my USB flash drive (after using DiskPart exactly as the instructions said), I booted to my flash drive, and then I could mess around with the repair program exactly as if I had loaded it from the Windows 7 DVD itself!

So just use a flash drive and I will recommend using WinRAR It's extremely simple and very easy. Just follow these instructions below (copy/pasted, then edited for quality), and you'll be good:


Make a Windows Vista/7 Repair USB drive

If you own a netbook, don’t have an optical (CD/DVD/Bluray) drive, or just don’t keep good track of your discs, you may find you run in to trouble when trying to repair your PC in the event of an operating system failure.


To make a bootable Windows repair USB drive you’ll need to:
  1. Download the Windows recovery ISO.
  2. Make your thumb drive bootable.
  3. Copy the recovery files to your thumb drive. (edit: they mean "extract" the recovery files to the drive)
  4. Boot from it.


1. Download the Windows 7 Recovery ISO


I do not know yet if the one you download will make a difference, so please try both.



2. Make your Thumb Drive Bootable


To prepare your USB drive, do the following:

(Use a thumb drive that you don’t mind deleting everything from)

1. Press Winkey+R to open the Run dialogue.
2. Type diskpart and press Enter (If you don’t have diskpart, then get it here.)
3. Type list disk and press Enter
4. Type select disk # where "#" is the corresponding number of your USB drive (press Enter)
5. Type clean and press Enter
6. Type create partition primary and press Enter
7. Type active and press Enter
8. Type format fs=fat32 quick and press Enter (this literally means "format file system equals fat32 quick")
9. Type assign and press Enter



3. Extract the contents of the ISO to your flash drive

  1. Locate the Windows 7 recovery ISO file.
  2. Open the file with a utility capable of browsing ISO images (7 zip works well.)
    1. Download 7zip and install it.
    2. Right click the ISO file and select 7-Zip > Open Archive.
  3. Extract the contents of the ISO to your previously-formatted USB drive.

4. Boot from Your Recovery Thumb Drive



Step 3 above is where they will probably lose you. You can just use WinRAR. All you really have to do is install WinRAR, make sure you set up/configure WinRAR to be associated with ISOs (restart the WinRAR program after configuring it), and then just find and double-click the ISO you downloaded.

After you've double-clicked it, it WinRAR should open automatically (if your .ISO's icon looks like 3 books wrapped in a belt, then you can double-click it. That's WinRAR's icon). At this point, click its "Extract To" toolbar button. Choose your flash drive and click OK.

When it's done, try to boot to the USB flash drive. If it works, then you will finally be able to use those "bootrec" commands I mentioned earlier. Here are the instructions again which start you at the point where you will be if you successfully boot to this Windows repair program on the flash drive:
  1. You'll see a little window named "System Recovery Options" appear which searches for Windows installations. Wait for it to finish. It could take a couple of moments.
  2. When it finishes, you will see a dialog box. Select "Use recovery tools that can help fix problems starting Windows. Select an operating system to repair."
  3. Click Next.
  4. Click "Command Prompt"
  5. Type bootrec /fixmbr and press Enter (it means "fix master boot record")
  6. Type bootrec /fixboot and press Enter
  7. Type exit and press Enter
  8. Click Restart
  9. Make sure the system does not automatically boot to the USB flash drive again because now you want to see if these commands did the trick! hehe


If you still see "BOOTMGR is missing" after all of this, then I'll step down and let someone make a different recommendation. For now, just try this.
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you're gonna have to make it bootable
 
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you're gonna have to make it bootable
I have no clue how to do that

I even tried to search the internet, but no luck. I don't think 7zip works with my brothers macbook. I downloaded the .exe and it said it couldn't run in DOS mode.
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Hey, TwoCables! I just read your post, thank you. I just came back from a store and have a 8GB PNY flash drive attached to my lil' brothers MACbook PRO. I was hoping you could tell me how to make it bootable on his laptop, because I won't have access to my father's laptop until night time (and he no longer is using Win7 - but I suppose it doesn't matter in this case).

For now I'll try to do it without making it bootable, or type in a question on a search engine & hope for an appropriate link. I'd much rather wait for you to respond!

You've always been a great help to me over the years, thanks again!
I don't know Macs at all. I'm sorry, xquisit.
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probably your HDD died. Try downloading hirens boot cd, just google it, contains dozens of programs for testing and recovery. it has a copy of mini linux and mini xp. so you can boot from the cd with out installing the OS. Then you should be able to gain access to your non bootable HDD and get your files to an external HDD or USB.
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Let me elaborate my problem, because something popped up and I'm praying I can get some help/advice:

I have two SSDs (one contains my OS, the other my games), and one HDD (no OS, just media). My PC that consists of these peripherals has the BOOT MGR is missing issue, and my MAC issue no longer matters. When I turn on my Win7 PC (not MACbook PRO, AKA the computer with initial problems), my monitor and other peripherals (mouse and keyboard) are not recognized. Did I mess things up? I've probably improperly shut off my computer ten times after the BOOTMGR is missing black screen (turn off using the button on the back of the PSU - accessed outside the case). Any ideas? Is my PSU bad? and/or SSD? Is it still possible to retrieve my info on SSDs/HDD? Thanks in advance!

EDIT: Just to confirm, I've still had the BOOTMGR is missing issue... it's just that when I plugged in my thumb drive, I noticed that none of my peripherals on my Windows 7 PC were working (hence, I was not able to check out if the thumb drive was going to help me fix my initial issue).
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Let me elaborate my problem, because something popped up and I'm praying I can get some help/advice:

I have two SSDs (one contains my OS, the other my games), and one HDD (no OS, just media). My PC that consists of these peripherals has the BOOT MGR is missing issue, and my MAC issue no longer matters. When I turn on my Win7 PC (not MACbook PRO, AKA the computer with initial problems), my monitor and other peripherals (mouse and keyboard) are not recognized. Did I mess things up? I've probably improperly shut off my computer ten times after the BOOTMGR is missing black screen (turn off using the button on the back of the PSU - accessed outside the case). Any ideas? Is my PSU bad? and/or SSD? Is it still possible to retrieve my info on SSDs/HDD? Thanks in advance!

EDIT: Just to confirm, I've still had the BOOTMGR is missing issue... it's just that when I plugged in my thumb drive, I noticed that none of my peripherals on my Windows 7 PC were working (hence, I was not able to check out if the thumb drive was going to help me fix my initial issue).
I don't know what to do at this point. However, from now on don't turn the system off like that. Instead, press and hold the power button on your case for about 5 seconds.

I'm sorry that I can't be any more helpful, but I don't know what I would do if this were happening to me.
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250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (C:\) 250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (D:\) 150 GB WD VelociRaptor Samsung SH-S243N 24x DVD Burner 
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Samsung SH-S203N 20X DVD Burner Thermaltake Frio Win 7 Home Premium x64 SP1 Retail AOC G2460PG (24" 1920 x 1080 144Hz G-SYNC) 
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Filco Majestouch 104-key Cherry MX Blues w/NKRO Corsair HX650 (Bronze, ordered on 12-12-2009) CM 690 Intellimouse Optical (1.1A) 1000Hz polling rate 
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