I added a solid state drive last night. I then used Norton Ghost 15 to copy my old drive to my new one. I started the copy process and went to bed. When I woke up the next morning the PC was off. I unplugged the old hard drive and turned the PC on. I then saw the BOOTMGR is missing message. I then connected back my old drive and tried again. Same thing. Then I set my BIOS to boot from the CD-ROM and tried again. Same thing. I hit F12 on boot to get into the boot sequence and saw that HDD was still selected. I changed that and tried to reboot. Same thing. I went back into the BIOS and verified that boot from CD-ROM was still selected as the boot device and it was, so I tried to boot again. Same thing. I then unplugged the HDD and the SDD leaving just the CD-ROM attached and now it boots but of course this doesn't help me as I need a HDD or preferably, the new SDD. So I am stuck. How can I get the BOOTMGR installed when I cannot boot with any HDD or SDD installed? Thanks!