OS 7 ultimate 64bits 2 hdd each 500gb first Seagate second Western Digital, both sata, no raid
a week ago the Seagate which didn't hold the OS simply dissapeared and in BIOS the location appeared blank, and I don't mean NO HDD PRESENT, my MB senses that the sata port is linked to something it cannot identify!!!
I thought it was a HDD failure, returned the HDD, it came back with the response NO HW FAILURE, OS RELATED. Formating drive resolved the issue everything ok.
Two days ago while booting got some message gen NO OPERATING SISTEM DISK, PRESS ANY KEY
if I pressed a key it booted ok.
Yesterday my pc showed that BOOTMGR MISSING PRESS CTRL+ALT+DEL TO REBOOT
I tried evrithing from your site, from dvd repair, rebuild bcd, copy bootmgr, etc, really all links show the same solutions!
also some stupid errors like NO RESTORE POINT, but I just made one 3 days ago as the first "defective" HDD came back so I turned into a security freak.
at ScanOs result operating Sistem=0
My post here comes because both drives showed in the day before the crush the same CHKDSK fail.
HOPE THIS IS A TOUGH ONE FOR YOU! I am amused by this error, I am personally somehow a IT savy(hope that's the right word) :-)
What happens when you press a key so that chkdsk does not run?
It doesn't run, and tries to boot up, unsuccessfully.
Somehow, I got to boot up, after arduously waiting for it to do so, and used GetDataBack to see what was on the HDD to see if it was worth salvaging.
Nothing that I already did not have, so I formatted it, and everything seems fine now.
But, a solution to the initial problem would be mighty appreciated.
Sorry for the late response... However, as I said in my initial post, I would prefer if I could get a response to my gmail email address, as I never check my Hotmail... only for forums like this and MSN usage, if that.
Sorry, it is not possible to give you an answer after you have formatted your disk.
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Last updated: January 5, 2018