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NTLDR answers please!

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Get a bootloader, If your bios doesn't come with one (cause mine did) or download OSL bootman.

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This happend on Windows XP Pro. Outsourcing the NTLDR file from another Windows XP Installation is not advisable. . .

Do a repair of the Operating System using your Installation CD.

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you do not have to format your harddrive, its an easy thing ti fix, you can put your harddrive in another computer as a slave drive and then copy the NTLDR file from the other computers harddrive to yours, and then it should boot up fine

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hi, u dont really have to panic, what u simply do is, start up ur system, click delete continously if thats the key that will take u to ur cmos settings, or F2 etc as in the case of ur PC. when u are in the cmos setting, simply channel all the boot devices to ur cdrom, make sure it does not have the chance to boot from the hard disk, insert ur windows installation disk in ur cdrom, and start the boot by saving ur current cmos settings using the cdrom as the boot device.

once it prompts u that it wants to boot from the cd, click any key, then follow the steps.

if it asks u if u want a new installation of ur OS or to repair, choose the first option which is to install, setup will then search for the existing OS, once it locates this xisting OS, it will ask u if u want to repair that OS or install a fresh one, simply pick the REPAIR existing.

From there, folow whatever it says or asks for, where drivers etc.

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A missing NTLDR (the windows NT-based OS bootstrap loader) doesn't necessarily mean that the whole information on the hard drive has been corrupted.

Most likely your NT or XP system partition files has been damaged in one way or the other and you might need to repair windows or worst case scenario, reinstall. You get the option to repair the existing (and damaged) windows installation (at the text based portion of setup)  if you initiate a new install process of the OS.

I don't want to reinvent the wheel here, but there are Microsoft KB articles that explains this effectively. So take time to go through them. I've posted some links below:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318728

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/320397

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please guys my hard driver is giving this error report, NTLDR missing, i want to know what it means, \

does it mean the hard disk can no longer work or what? . . .

please answer is needed. . .urgently.

thanks in advance. . .

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