I am trying to do a SI on a Latitude E6410 with SSD the install completes but then after system reboots get missing bootmngr. If I do the SI with non SSD drive it all goes fine. Any ideas please?


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boot either PXE or with a boot disk and from the main menu use recovery and open a command window.  Run diskpart and look the drive to see if it set as active, and also list partitions and see if there are any other partitons listed

Answered 09/19/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • Thanks for the quick reply and pointing me to where to look but after checking diskpart saw the disk was fine but had no OS installed.

    The problem was I had one of techs drop x64 bit image and instead of doing SI he was imaging with the x64 place holder :). They are used to just using the x32 wim image I have.

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