I just upgraded my new Latitude E5500 to a Windows 7 64bit (bought new WD 7200rpm hard-drive and tested it for bad sectors), and it was working fast and stable for 1 day, but the next day the Windows won't boot and showed the following error message:
BOOTMGR image is corrupt system can’t reboot.
First I thought that it's a hard-drive, so i took it out and tested it multiple times using different utilities (including WD's own linux utility) throughout the day, and installed Win7 32bit on it, run Sis Sandra for 1 day (hd tests) and hard-drive is fine... so I assume that it's not new hard-drive's fault...
There were no 64bit drivers for Dell on for my laptop, so Win7 installed installed its default drivers, and Windows update found the last remaining one... Could that be an issue?
I didn't do anything unusual with the laptop... it was restarting/working fine the whole day, then start giving me these errors in the evening.
Thanks in advance!