Attach another drive to your system boot your system with bootable windows cd and make your system drive c install windows in c drive this problem is incounter when u install the window in other drive than c
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there are many reason,first is,that you're trying to boot from a nonbootable device,but i think it's not this but your system file is corupted,it's more reasonable that you say you was formatting the hard drive,so what drive did you format? C:? i suggest you to reinstall the operating system,actually you can exchange the missing NTLDR file,but it's dificult,and has many risks,and there will be many bugs after you do i
Below is Microsofts solution to your error. Reload the OS with a Microsoft CD format it completely not the fast format option reload from sctratch. If you have no CDrom use an external.
Systems hard disk drive has FAT32 file system. Computer hard disk drive has INT-13 extensions with a system-ID type of 0C in the partition table The heads value in the FAT32 BIOS Pattern Block (BPB) is inaccurate. To resolve the error message "NTLDR is Missing" follow the below steps: Boot the computer with a Windows 95 or Windows 98 Startup diskette or another bootable diskette with sys.com on it. At the A:\> prompt type: sys c: <press enter> After pressing enter you should receive the prompt "System Transferred". Once the file system has been transferred reboot the computer without the diskette and attempt to reproduce the error.
The drive you installed is formatted (wiped clean). It has no operating system to boot from... tthat's the NTLDR error.Power off the machine with the Win98 CD in the CD drive. Power up the machine and while the machine is POSTing (starting up showing you what's in it) watch for something saying to hit any key to boot from CD and at that point press any key . The machine should then boot from the Win98 CD and start the install
> Primary IDE Master: NONE
> Primary IDE Slave: SP0822N
Good. Your motherboard has detected ONE disk-drive.
Do you have just one connected disk-drive on your PRIMARY channel, or do you have two connected disk-drives (via the 2 connectors on the one ribbon-cable on the PRIMARY channel) ?
If you have two drives connected via one ribbon-cable, you MUST set the 'master/slave/cable-select' jumpers on BOTH disk-drives, to identify which of the two will be the 'master' and which will be the 'slave'.
Also, check that the 'second' disk-drive is getting electrical power.
> NTLDR MISSING
Like I said, you deleted 99% of the files, including the 'NTLDR' file.
Your computer is trying to "boot" from the 1% of the files that still exist on the disk-drive, but cannot find the now-deleted file.
Perfectly normal, given that you have formatted the disk.
NTLDR is NT Loader program and corrupted or missing NTLDR will not allow you to boot up.
Keep your Operating system Bootable CD ready and boot your computer with CDROM. Follow below instructions to repair NTLDR
1. In Windows XP Setup menu press "R" to repair
2. It will show you windows to login (1. Windows )
press 1 and provide administrator user id and password.
3. one in command prompt you have to copy paste NTLDR file from cdrom to c:\ type the following command
Your cd drive letter you need to figure out. Here I am taking it as d:\
or make sure you below command runs by changing drive letter if not able to determine CD drive letter
copy d:\i386\ntldr c:\
Restart the computer and it should work.
Else, again boot from CD ignore Repair option to go in recovery console, and hit enter. It will show you the agreement . Press F8 to accept . Next screen will show you option to repair to continue to fresh installation.
Here press "R" to repair. Not sit back it will take time to repair complete system.
you will need to run Recovery on it... NTLDR is needed to boot to windows.. if its missing, it won't boot to windows, and unless you have an external cdrom and can throw in a recovery disk or a cd of the same version of operating system and choose to repair.. then fixboot and run chkdsk /r...
To get to your recovery partition press ALT and F10 at boot up
Note: some aspire one's don't have a recovery partition.. and in this case .. windows will need to be reinstalled..
First check your bios & make sure it see's your hard drive & it's setup correctly. If it is there could can be other reasons for the missing NTLDR.
Suggest you take you Windows CD and boot to it. If your CD does not boot. Re-start the PC & start pressing the F8 key every two seconds. This will bring up a boot menue. Choose your cdrom drive.
Once in the Windows XP setup menu press the "R" key to repair Windows. Log into your Windows installation by pressing the "1" key and pressing enter. You will then be prompted for your administrator password, enter that password. Copy these two files to you Hd. copy e:\i386\ntldr c:\
copy e:\i386\ntdetect.com c:\
Replace the drive letter listed above for your cdrom's drive letter.
Once copy has been complete re-boot your Pc.
If you still get missing NTLDR. Do a complete reinstall of windows. Your personal data should stay intact.
Please post back if this has not fixed missing NTLDR, there are more fix's that can be applied. I only listed the most common.