Good day to all you sir, i ahve a problem regarding my cpu. if i turns on it will never go windows. then, noted,cd booth. and ntldr is missing. sir,, where can i find that NTLDR located? hope you will help, thanks its me mac from phillipines.
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hello, this is a sign of corrupt OS the quick fix for this would be to restore to factory default. DO this;
1: power off the netbook by holding down the power button.(wiat 5 seconds)
2: Make sure the netbook is plugged into power outlet and not just running on battrey.
3: Turn on the netbook by pressing power button, and quikly press "ALT+F10" key ( or hold "ALT" key down and press F10 repeatidly)
4: This should bring up factory restore section allowing you to restory the netbook back to factory defaults.
I hope this helps, let me know if you have any questions.
boot.ini, which contains configuration options for a boot menu.
This error means that NTLDR is missing somehow from your computer,hard disk problem,virus.etc You can go to that page and follow the instructions exacty as he says and your problem will gone:) http://www.tinyempire.com/notes/ntldrismissing.htm
NTLDR is short for New Technology Loader, an essential initializing program for Windows.NT4/2k/XP.
A missing NTLDR indicates several fault possibilities, most common are: 1. partially defective memory; 2. corrupt files or Windows installation in the boot hard disk; and/or 3. IDE cable, motherboard, the hard disk itself and others.
If it is a memory problem, try removing the memory sticks and clean the gold pins with a pencil eraser, re-install and make sure seated correctly. Reboot and try again.
If it is a corrupt file, insert an OEM Windows XP Installer (bootable) CD into the PC and when prompted, press any key to boot from CD. Once in the setup menu, press the "R" key to repair Windows. Log into by pressing "1" key and then enter. You would need your administrator password, then hit enter. You need to copy the missing file(s) from the CD to your HD. Type : copy D:\i386\ntldr C:\ copy D:\i386\ntdetect.com D:\ Soon as copied, reboot.
If thereafter, other files turn out to be missing also, perhaps you might be better off formatting your HD and re-installing your OS since chances are not only 1 or 2 files are already corrupt.
In some cases, even a re-install will not solve the problem, you then may either have to replace your memory or your hard disk.
Hope this be of some idea/help. Pls post back how things turn out or should you need additional information.