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A Windows 7 machine appears to have a failure. Every time it is rebooted, the message
"BOOTMGR is missing" appears. You have previously inserted a Windows 7 installation
DVD into the DVD-ROM. Please repair this failure without overwriting the customers' local
user profiles.
Instructions:
Launch the simulation to repair the failure
Type Help in command line to show list of available commands
When you have completed the simulation, please select the done button.


Created 2 months, 4 weeks ago by samp

samp

bootrec /fixboot

501teconss

bootrec /rebuildbcd??

mahmoud.noureldeen1@gmail.com

i assume u have to go with list of available commands!

dlambert

I have seen it listed as bootrec /fixboot and bootrec /rebuildbcd which one is it

amacon

bootrec /fixboot

loslocos2017

can someone please explain if i get this sim in my exam how should i answer so imagine this screen comes to me? what is the next steps what do i have to ensure is done so i get full marks!

loslocos2017

Guys i need help I assume that this comes up and i will do the following click on DVD drive, and then start the computer. Press a key when I am prompted. Select a language, a time, a currency, a keyboard, or an input method, and then click Next. Click Repair your computer. Select the operating system that you want to repair, and then click Next. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt. Type Bootrec.exe, and then press Enter. is this correct or do i type bootrec/fixboot or bootrec.exe enter then fix boot? someone advice please

Moderator

Note that CompTia A+ has labs or performance based questions that require simulating an actual scenario and troubleshooting it. It is critical to actually practice the different techniques and things that are learned for the certification so that you can perform the required work accurately in a timely manner.

Slashmorpheus

BOOTREC /RebuildBcd

Andy40

RebuildBCD is correct. Fixboot overwrites files.

Tom11

Bootrec /FixMbr // If you have Damaged MBR Bootrec /Fixboot // If you’r MBR is having problem or Missing. Bootrec /Rebuild //If you’re MBR is Compressed or unable to repair

samsimon

Bootrec /Rebuildbcd

Bruxinth

So bootrec /fixboot would do it in this case, because the question indicates that the BootMGR is missing?

iden740

bootrec /fixboot

cerenade

Could someone please spell out the actual steps, from the beginning as illustrated? Thx!

nnayr3

A Windows 7 machine appears to have a failure. Every time it is rebooted, the message “BOOTMGR is missing” appears. You have previously inserted a Windows 7 installation DVD into the DVD-ROM

rathan0001

yes bootreck /fixboot is the right answer

gvillanueva11

bootrec /fixboot