BOOTMGR is missing in Windows Server 2008 R2

I have tried putting the dvd in and then running the recovery console via the command prompt.  I only have the options for "system Image Recovery", "Windows Memory Diagnostic" and Command Prompt.

I ran Bootrec /RebuildBcd, Bootrec /FixMbr and Bootrec /FixBoot

None of it works and I still get the error.  How do I fix this (I have no restore point)?

and How do I get it to automatically create restore points?
 

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Last updated August 29, 2018 Views 54,531 Applies to:
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Put in the server 2008 dvd.
get to the command prompt. (after each of the next lines hit enter)
cd x:\sources\recovery\ 
StartRep.exe

once that is completed it should prompt you to restart.
everything should boot normal now. at least it did for me.
good luck

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