Recency my HP laptop was going super slow and so I decided to use my recovery discs I had to reinstall Windows 7. I was running a dual boot with Windows 7 and Ubuntu. Im not too tech savy and not entirely sure on how I managed to get this set up (lol). But I did. Basically when I started my computer I could use my arrow key to select a startup in Ubuntu or Windows 7. So I restarted my computer and set the BIOS to boot from disc so I could run my reformat discs (That I made legally when i first got my laptop a year ago) Reformated and 30 minutes later at the end of the installation it informed it had failed. I restarted my PC and got this error "BOOTMGR is missing press ctrl+alt+del to restart" I did this and it keeps bringing me back to this screen. Ive read many posts that said it has something to do with disc partions and what not, but none of the fixes are workable considering when I try to enter BIOs (F1) it just shows me my system info, then I press "escp" to continue and it takes me back to the error screen.