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So I finished moving all my parts into my new 750d,everything was working fine for a few hours. I restarted it once after updating my gpu drivers and got the bootmgr is missing screen. A couple forums say all you need to do is repair it through a bootable USB for Windows 7,and to boot from it and click repair. When I try all the steps it doesn't show my os in the list of Windows installs on the computer so I can't repair it =( i have 3 ssds and 3 hdds, so I'm assuming that's the problem and I just have to unplug every other one except the primary boot drive but I wanted to ask before I try that.

Edit: luckily I tried it while waiting and it seems to have worked =) will update post if I have any other issues.

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So I finished moving all my parts into my new 750d,everything was working fine for a few hours. I restarted it once after updating my gpu drivers and got the bootmgr is missing screen. A couple forums say all you need to do is repair it through a bootable USB for Windows 7,and to boot from it and click repair. When I try all the steps it doesn't show my os in the list of Windows installs on the computer so I can't repair it =( i have 3 ssds and 3 hdds, so I'm assuming that's the problem and I just have to unplug every other one except the primary boot drive but I wanted to ask before I try that.

Edit: luckily I tried it while waiting and it seems to have worked =) will update post if I have any other issues.

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So I finished moving all my parts into my new 750d,everything was working fine for a few hours. I restarted it once after updating my gpu drivers and got the bootmgr is missing screen. A couple forums say all you need to do is repair it through a bootable USB for Windows 7,and to boot from it and click repair. When I try all the steps it doesn't show my os in the list of Windows installs on the computer so I can't repair it =( i have 3 ssds and 3 hdds, so I'm assuming that's the problem and I just have to unplug every other one except the primary boot drive but I wanted to ask before I try that.

Edit: luckily I tried it while waiting and it seems to have worked =) will update post if I have any other issues.

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Main Gaming Rig:

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Core i7-4770, Cryorig M9i Cooler, ASUS B85M GAMER, 8GB HyperX Fury Red 2x4GB 1866MHz, KFA2 GTX 970 Infin8 Black Edition "4GB", 1TB Seagate SSHD, 256GB Crucial m4 SSD, 60GB Corsair SSD for Kerbal and game servers, Thermaltake Core V21 Case, EVGA SuperNOVA 650W G2.

Secondary PC:

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i5-2500k OCed, Raijintek Themis, Intel Z77GA-70K, 8GB HyperX Genesis in grey, GTX 750 Ti, Gamemax Falcon case.

 

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