OK i have a PC with 3 hard drives and i want to replace one of them. But every time i remove that drive (western digital 1 TB) I get a message on boot-up that 'bootmgr is missing' press ctrl+alt+del to restart.
I tried the boot sequence in the BIOS but its adamant that the drive i removed be placed back.
I also tried different methods of fixing it such as using the windows 7 64-bit installation cd to fix any errors but that didnt work either.
I recently went into the drive and found a couple of files which i didnt put there myself and have never really noticed before. These files are .tmp files.. is that what its saying is missing each time i boot up with this drive?
I need to find out fairly quickly because I need to replace the western digital 1 TB drive because iv been getting a 'windows detected a hard disk problem' and 'because a disk failure will cause you to lose all programs' message on each boot-up.