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My Windows 7 system failed to boot.  I previously created a System Repair Disk using the function in Windows 7, and it appears to have completed correctly.  However, when I try to use the repair disk I get a message "CDBOOT:  Couldn't find BOOTMGR"   Help, please.  I have 2 system images I can recover from if I can get it to boot.  Thanks in advance, John
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Try Paragons free rescue kit to get your system to boot. It already includes what is needed for the system repair:

http://www.paragon-software.com/free/
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Thanks.  That was a good reference.    John
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