SOLVED Windows 7 64bit Laptop won't boot. Help!


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I have a Dell Laptop with Windows 7 x64 installed. Today when I pressed the power button to resume it, the message appeared,

"BOOTMGR image is corrupt. The system cannot boot."

I went to boot options and reset the default settings but no avail. Every time I boot up same error comes. I do not have Windows Installation Disk or Windows Repair Disk CD/DVD, although I do have Windows 7 x64 Repair Disk as an ISO file on my PC.
What can I do to restore the boot manager?
 
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Insert the DVD for installation within the installation and repair you can click and start the repair. After that it will need to restart and it should be fine.
 

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You said you have the ISO on your PC. Use software like IMGBurn to burn it to a blank DVD and then insert that W7 DVD you create into your laptop.

Note: it must be the correct ISO to match the edition (Home Prem, Pro, Ult) and bit-size (32, 64) of the W7 OS installed on your laptop.
 
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I burned the ISO to a USB Flash Drive (Kingston 4GB) using a program ISO to USB. Then I followed the Option 2 on this site and voila! It booted up! Thank you everyone for your replies.
 

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