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Disk partition

Hii all, so i just need some help about disk partiition. Actually i was running out of space on my default drive C . So i deleted all files from drive F and then deleted the partition too. After that i restarts thw computer but its not working. It say boot file missing. Whats that ???
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Clarification Request
Was f drive

a partition or another hard drive ? If it was a partition , you may need to do a boot repair as Kees stated .

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Re: boot file missing

Either you did something unintended to your c:-drive or you booted onto your f:-drive. We don't know, you're the only one who could know.

Disconnect your (former) f:-drive, check the BIOS that it is set to boot from the c:-drive and see what happens. If necessary, get your Windows 7 install disk, boot from it and see if Startup Repair wll fix your issue.

Kees

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(NT) You deleted the partition that had it. Get a repair disc.

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