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Ntldr is missing on toshiba satellite a105 series laptop

Does anyone by chance have the recovery discs set of 2 or any suggestions to help me out

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The recovery disc would be ideal but it is not nessarily what you need. File NTLDR is to boot up your commputer up to the point Windows takes over. If you know anyone that has Windows you just need to copy the following files to a CD and then boot your system from the CD...Copy files NTLDR, BOOT.INI, NTDETECT.COM AND NTKRNL.EXE to a CD ROM. The filles are located under C:\ and are hidden system files so you will have to turn off "hide system files" so they will show up.Copy them to a CD, then put the CD in your computer and boot from the CD. That's it, that will bring you to the Windows Welcome screen. Let me know if you have any questions.

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U have toreapir your win xp with recoery disk.

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Put the WindowsXP CD in the cd drive,
Configure your BIOS to boot from WindowsCD
After booting one the first screen select "R" which stand for repairing the installation in recovery mode
then select the windows installation you want to repair by typing the number inbetween the square brackets
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after the message "1 file copied"
exit the recovery mode by typing exit.
restart your system.

POST back with your results

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