Question about Biostar M7VKQ Motherboard
My comp. was crashing at defferant time so I formated the hard drive. After that it would not boot from any disk, and gave the messages in spanish faulta NTLDR
Use the commands
FIXMBR in the
"Repair mode" of Windows XP installation or XP Recovery Console
for vista Recovery Environment or if you have recovery disk/disc you can use it
That error indicates a partition problem, you need to full format your harddisk and removing all partion and do a fresh install. Regarding your Win XP CD, just configure the BIOS to first BOOT to your CDROM
Hope this work for you ^_^
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Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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