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Error message ntdlr is missing running XP service pack 2

My laptop is the ASPIRE One from acer and i tried to reboot my computer. The program was going good until it said that the reboot has failed it quickly restarted itself. When it restarted it went to a blank screen and it read that the nltdr was missing, under that it told me to restart the computer by pressing ctrl, alt, del, and when i did the computer repeats itself saying the same thing again. There is no CDROM on this notebook.

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Do a system restore from the system repair when you first start it up it should tell you what key to press once you get into system repair you can use system restore to fix the problem or either go to safe mode and do it from there then it will fix your problem

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step 1. You can press <Alt+F10> or the Empowering Key to launch in a Windows environment, or press <Alt+F10> during boot up. For the Veriton desktop series, you can also press the hardware reset button at any time. For the Aspire or AcerPower desktop series, an Acer eRecovery Management icon can be found on the desktop screen.
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Press any key when prompted to begin running the disk.

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Choose the partition you want to reinstall Windows XP on. This is usually "C:" for most users.

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