I have bought this computer 2nd hand after trialing it, it was working perfectly. l attempted to load a game which did not work so then i removed the game then after i turned the computer off and wanted to restart it l put in my password then up came a message saying NTLDR is missing press CTRL ALT DEL to restart l did this but the same message continues to appear. so i need to know how l can now start up the computer am desperate Thank You for you time.
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Check to make sure the sensor bar is securely plugged in. My sensor bar quit working because the wire got damaged and I just went and bought a wireless one and rechargeable batteries. Mostly the sensor bar is only used for the menu and any games that have target shooting like billiards. You can bowl, play baseball, tennis, and golf without it on Wii Sports. I hardly ever use my sensor bar since discovering that it isn't used as much as I thought. We just turn it on load the game and shut it off and everything works perfectly on most games.
This doesn't help much but I have the exact same problem and I KNOW it is not the disc. We have two PS3's. 1st one is a 120g and the 2nd is a 250g. We bought two disc, one for my husband and one for my son. Our 120g reads and plays both disc perfectly but when we put either one of the disc in our 250g we receive the 80010514 error. Neither disc will play in the 250g and both play perfectly in our 120g. We have tried everything Sony has told us all the way to the complete hard drive restore (the 14 hour one) Nothing will make it play. It recognizes the game and allows us to see backround game picture with option to start , get info, or internet search but when you start you get that error every single time. Like the guy above everyone of our other games and blu-ray disc work perfect. Playstation sent us our box to send in for repairs today so we will see what happens but from the research we have checked our guess is 1 of 2 things. Either there is some type of bug with the 250g not being able to run this specific game OR this could mean the blu-ray reader is about to go out but has not yet. I say this because I read something about Black Ops running faster and harder in the drive than other games because of some type of smooth texture graphics type thing. Not sure exactly what all that means but something about running the disc harder than other games. Kinda makes me think blu-ray is on the verge of going but who knows. So far I have only found others with the 250g having this problem. Luckily it's still under warranty so it's in Sony's hands now. Just hope they hurry and have some answers.
i had this problem with my original big box ps2. its most likely the laser within the disc drive is no longer working correctly due to burning out. only option is to pay for a costly repair or get a 2nd hand console as a replacement
Here is the link for the trial version. http://downloads.gamezone.com/demos/d6090.htm This is a link for the patch. http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/b/8/7b86d03d-2384-49b2-89ed-913d06b39da9/aom10to110.exe
Your guys answers ****!! Do not delete the game data that is stupid and only works for a handful of people.1. Log off of your playstation account.2. Load the game ( it should now load fine while not being logged onto PSN)3. When reaching the start menu do not press start!!!!4. Tap the home button and log onto your account.5. After logged on tap the button again and the game will run fine.
I had the exact same problem (except there was no noise) and I bought a new copy and the same thing happened. What I did was that I created a new account especially for call of duty world at war and it worked perfectly on that account.
1st: What operating system?
2nd: How much free space is left on the "C" Drive? It needs to be above 15%.
3rd: Have you ever defragmented the computer? You need to do it at least once a month. Go to START>ACCESSORIES>SYSTEM TOOLS>then defragmentation. Run it when you are not running the computer for games or email While you sleep and so on.