The notebook is a HP Pavilion dv2000. When accessing Recovery manager after pressing F11 upon bootup and selecting System Recovery it comes up the the screen:
Factory image recovery where is attempts to reformat the windows partition on the Hard drive and reinstall the original content
Within a few seconds of the above mentioned it brings up an Error:
ERROR 0X4001001300001002. If this issue continues contact HP Support.
Rebooting it does not help and to make matters worse:
If I reboot the notebook without going into Recovery Manager I now get this error:
"bootmgr is missing press ctrl + alt + delete to restart"
There is nothing other than the power cord plugged in. I did run the diagnostic from the Recovery manager just on the C (windows partition) and it came back fine.
I have even run the diagnostics under the BIOS:
All tests PASS (Quick; Comprahensive and S.M.A.R.T.)