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This is an operating system problem
easy fix is to put the system restore cd in (or windows setup)
but this will erase all of your data

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NTLDR couldn't open drive multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1) how to open NTLDR drive multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1) ????


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When I install the OS in ASUS, ntldr is missing


ntldr is a file that is required when windows boot.
I think the file maybe corrupt or does not exist.
This happens mostly when windows gets corupt.
Try formatting and reinstalling the operating system.

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I installed a new asus motherboard in a computer and I get the message NTLDR missing. What does NTLDR mean? Ed


It's referring to a file on the hard drive. You'll need to reinstall the operating system in order to make your hard drive work with this new motherboard. If you have files on the hard drive that you need saved, make sure you back them up BEFORE installing Windows or you will lose them!

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Want to connect 3 hard drives to my pc i have 775i65G asrock motherboard and one HD is IDE and other 2 are SATA pls help... sometimes it displays NTLDR missing


hello srikrishna_4

as i understand from your text you have already connected the hard disks.

NTLDR is the loader files that start your windows operating system. the problem could be due to one of the following

1- one of the hard disk other than your "c" drive also has windows installed on it. if windows in still on it then it is causing the problem.

2- one of your drives has had windows on it but deleted. if windows has been it and deleted it has not been done correctly. you need to format that drive clean.

3- hard disk boot priority in the CMOS setup need to be changed. at boot time press Delete or F2 to get to the Bios screen. look for hard disk boot priority and set to show your current "c" drive as the first drive.

hope this has helped.
good luck

Jan 09, 2011 | Asrock 775i65G Motherboard

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Hi I have formatted my hdd and than have copied some data file on it as private documents. After I have put on the hdd to try to install the operation system, but first black screaming is file NTLDR...


Make sure you are pressing the right key to enter the bios normally this is the Del key.Some computers use the F1 key and others you have to press Shift+Crtl+Esc once you in the bios set your boot device to your CD Rom. Put in your operating system disk. Then save and restart your bios. This should allow you to reinstall the operating system. The NTLDR is the boot file for windows operating systems.

Nov 26, 2010 | Motherboards

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What is NTLDR error sir?


NTLDR (abbreviation of NT Loader) is the boot loader for all releases of Microsoft's Windows NT operating system up to and including Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. NTLDR is typically run from the primary hard disk drive, but it can also run from portable storage devices such as a CD-ROM, USB flash drive, or floppy disk. NTLDR can also load a non NT-based operating system given the appropriate boot sector in a file.
NTLDR requires, at the minimum, the following two files to be on the system volume:
  • NTLDR, which contains the main Boot loader itself
  • 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

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Sorry, that indicates a main board failure; you need to replace it.

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NTLDR missing


For NTLDR missing error you need repair your windows .
For that you need recovery disk or bootable winxp disk.
Then boot it with disk.
Enter in bios and set first boot device as your cd or dvd rom then put disk in it then follow the procedure to repair it.

Aug 08, 2009 | ASUS K8N-DRE/SATA NVIDIA nForce 2200...

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WANT BOOT


Hi wilbwa,
Have you recently used a floppy disk in your system & install an operating system?
Follow the instruction on this site to help get ridd of the NTLDR issue:
http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000465.htm

Good luck wilbwa!
I'm sure this will fix the issue but if it does not let me know.

Mike

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