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Bootmgr is missing when booting with Ubuntu LiveUSB

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I downloaded 64bit Ubuntu and I put it on my USB. It is bootable, and BIOS is configured to boot from it. But when I turn on the laptop with USB in it, it says:

Bootmgr is missing. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart. 

I have windows 7 64bit installed and I want to keep it. (dual boot or something)

Device: HP PAVILION G7 1303


There is a problem in bootable media. Make linux bootable media by unetbootin or linux live for avoiding boot problems. You are getting this message because your USB is not made bootable perfectly. By just copying files with mounting iso not makes USB bootable.

Try format it to ext3 or use another USB stick

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