BOOTMGR is missing Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart, shows up when starting Windows.

ERROR: BOOTMGR is missing Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart, shows up when starting Windows.

I searched and found so many seemingly similar issues, but when i tried, i found that none was similar to my problem.
Actually, in my case, the setup doesn't detect the Hard Disk drive. So, neither do i have a preinstalled  windows, nor can i install, as obviously, i need a hard disk to install the windows on. then i found that the drivers that allows the laptop to communicate to the hard disk, have been wiped out.
I tried downloading the drivers, but could not find any, though i tried so many, but none of them worked.
So, please tell me from where can i download the drivers for my laptop? 
My laptop's hardware details are:-
Product name          : Dell Inspiron 5520
BIOS versoin            : A14
CPU type                 :Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3210M CPU
Fixed HDD               : WDC WD5000BPVT-75HXZT3 (500GB)
Sata ODD                : HL- DT-ST DVD+-RWGT60N
When i connect external hard disk, the laptop detects it. It allows me to browse the files of the External HDD. 

I also used the Diagnosis. The diagnosis result contained information about the tests performed and their result. All the tests completed successfully. But at the end, it was written "ROOT CAUSE FOUND :

System volume on disk is corrupt
Repair action : File system repair (chkdsk)
Result              : Failed "

Now what can i do to repair the system volume?
Is there any way that i can connect and use this HDD as slave HDD on my other computer and format it properly or build the master BOOT.??


asked Feb 7, 2014 in Drivers by anonymous

1 Answer

You can get the drivers here:

Now it very much looks like your laptop has a corrupt hard drive (can happen) so the best thing you can do is connect the external drive AND insert the Windows DVD and then go into your BIOS and boot from DVD

Then install Windows on the external drive (yes, that's possible)

You can then continue to use the laptop whenever the external drive is connected

However, your best bet is go to a computer repair shop and tell them to switch your hard drive. If you still have a warranty - go send in to Dell (more info on
answered Feb 7, 2014 by oliversk (14,600 points)