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One way to repair NTLDR is missing in Windows XP

NTLDR is a file that was taken from the hard disk boot sector is used to display the Microsoft Windows Startup menu and help ease the burden of Microsoft Windows.

Here are some error messages that often appear on the NTLDR problem:

NTLDR is missing
press any key to restart

Boot couldn't find NTLDR
please insert another disk

NTLDR is missing
press Ctr + Alt + Del to restart


The causes include: 
  1. The computer is booting from a non-bootable.
  2. Computer hard disk drive in the BIOS setup is not correct.
  3. NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM file is corrupt.
  4. Misconfiguration on the boot.ini file.
  5. Trying to upgrade Windows 95, 98 or ME that uses FAT32.
  6. Added a new hard drive.
  7. Boot sector / master boot record is corrupt.
  8. Installation of the drive cable IDE / EIDE is incorrect or broken.
  9. Failed to enable USB keyboard support in BIOS setup.

Here's how to handle the NTLDR is missing in Windows XP if it is caused by corrupt files NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM:
  1. Select the first boot drive to CD ROM in the BIOS setup.


  2. During boot, press any key when prompted to boot from the CD DRIVE.
  3. Press "R" appears when Windows XP setup menu to repair Windows.

  4. Log into your Windows installation by pressing the "1" and press Enter.

  5. Copy the NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM files to the windows path installed from the Windows CD, for example, in this case "e" is the CD-DRIVE.
  6. copy e: \ i386 \ ntldr c: \
    copy e: \ i386 \ ntdetect.com c: \

  7. After successfully copying the file, type "exit" to exit and restart the computer.
  8. Done.


Source: computerhope.com


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