This is driving me nuts.
Im trying to get in to the bios (F2 or Del) so i can change the password. When hitting any key on the keyboard i get an error that Bootmangr is missing, and to re start my PC. If i dont try and get in to the bios Windows starts fine.
This is not random, its happening every time. I do have a password on the PC, and can enter that fine, but its just a user password which i need to change.
Iv never seen this happen in all my PC years, and while its not the end of the world i know its something that isnt right and will cause me issues later on.
The fact that Windows starts fine if i leave it to its own devices is the confusing part, as it means Bootmangr isnt missing or corrupt.
My thoughts are that by pressing a key down i might be causing the HDD to delay starting, and so giving me this error. Just a guess though.
Formatting and re installing answers are going to be helpful, as im not going to do this. Its always easier said than done. I need to figure out what the issue actual is, in case it happens again.
System is running Windows 10 64 bit, and its been working fine since Win 10 came out.
Ive done a start up recovery and no errors have been found.
Cheers for any help.