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I have the following Windows 8 error ..
 - Boot Config Data file is missing

File:\ BCD

Error code 0xc0000034

Press escape for UEFI Firmware Settings

I do not have a recovery disk but I do have an install disk.
Any help is appreciated.

Scott
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by:*** Hopeleonie ***
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I have a EasyRE Technician edition.
But Home edition will work for you.

https://neosmart.net/EasyRE/
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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boot from the windows 7 install disk.
from a command prompt
bcdboot x:\windows replace x: with the current drive letter that holds the operating system.
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