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Most likely thing to have happened is your boot record has become corrupted.
Windows start-up repair should resolve the issue but if It cant I would recommend restoring to a system restore point when the system was working. I would also recommend not using EZUpdate for your BIOS as it always causes issues with currently installed OS's.
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Done that, still the same BOOTMGR is missing messege...
I have access to bios, but thats just as far as it goes. I used the Ez Update software, and the installation dident give any errors or anything, so the update was correctly installed, But i still get this issue?
When googeling i found that you should try to boot up with only your os hard drive and the os dvd/usb, and from there try to repair/reinstall windows and then hopefully fix the issue. I am aware of that my motherboard has some kind of bios restore, and even has e dedicated button at the I/opanel, but thats as far as i know. Should i downgrade my bios to the pre-update, and how do i do that properly? I seem to be one of the many few that get this problem.
Wierd that noone else has this issue with this particular board... Regards Sorry for the re-post, stupid phone wont work properly...
As far as the boot issue, i only have my primary ssd with my os connected, and chosen as the first (and only) in the boot order. Ive tried plugging the ssd into C:/D:/E:/ slots (google adviced me on this) but it dident work either. everything worked fine until the update, and suddenly it wont boot up.
You have to select which device to boot from and in what order.
The update seemed to go fine, but when it rebooted it just goes to a flashing cursor and does nothing.
I used my laptop to download the old 2002 BIOS rom put it on a flash drive and used the EZ flash utility in the BIOS itself to flash it back to 2002 but i still get nothing.
Wierd that noone else has this issue with this particular board... Regards Hello Nobody else has this issue because updating the BIOS only affects the boot order.
If the correct boot order has been set and the operating system still will not boot this is not a motherboard issue.
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