Windows 10: OOTMGR missing restart

  1.    09 Sep 2015 #1

    OOTMGR missing restart

    I have Macbook with Yosemite. I had installed win7 32bit Home basic, later on upgraded to win10 64bit.I have recovery drive of win10 on usb flash drive.Now while I open win10, it shows "BOOTMGR missing restart.What is the solution to get win10 back
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  2.    09 Sep 2015 #2

    If you use some kind of dual-boot with MacOS and Windows on the machine, then I am not completely sure on how to solve this.

    For Windows itself alone however, the installation is still there; that error means that the bootsector is missing or broken.

    You should be able to solve that kind of problems as follows:
    You need the Windows 10 files on a DVD or a USB drive.
    Then boot the PC from that DVD/USB drive and you will be brought to some kind of installation/repair menu. There choose the option to repair the computer. Next go to the System Recovery Options and let Windows check the installation. It should tell you that there are problems with the startup options and should give you the possibility to repair them.
    Hit "Repair and Restart" and Windows 10 should be bootable again.

    More information is on this help page:
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