And yet I neither made a Windows 7 recovery disk nor a boot disk from my backup program when I got this new computer.
Since my boot manager has suddenly vanished—*poof*—into thin air, meaning my computer won't start, this is a non-trivial problem.
Don't be like me: go find your system recovery tools now, or make them if they don't exist.
(I have already tried the boot options menu at startup; no good. I have plans for creating recovery flash drives for Windows 7 and my backup program, so I'm pretty sure this is solvable and I'm not looking for advice. I just wanted you all to profit by my bad example.)comment(s) | reply | link