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Disc recovery management

I try to install the disc recovery the one that i made when my laptop came in
i burn 5 cd disc for backup then now my problem is i try to use this 5 disc it goes smooth when i installed it the problem is the last disc cannot installed because cannot be read may be because it has an scratch on it. how can you
help me about this problem now when i reboot my laptop the screen says that NTLDR is missing Press any key to restart. then nothing its happen it goes like this and this on the screen.thanks

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NTLDR is a file that Windows XP needs to boot up, it is one of the first files your PC attemps to use when booting...

There are a couple of options available to you

The easiest being to take the laptop back to the supplier ( you didnt give any discription of the make or model ) and ask them to reload Windows XP. This should be at no cost if it is still under warranty )

Your second option will be to try and repair the CD...

Try the following, gently use toothpaste with a soft cloth and rub the disc in small circles, wash the disc off with warm water, dry gently and try the restore again..

Your third option is to try and boot of a Windows XP ( Same version as you had, either Professional or Home ( Borrow one from a friend, but do return it when you have finished )

Let the install run, it will come to a point where it asks if it should repair, select this option and run through the install...

Good luck !.

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Please see procedure below on how to create recovery disk. Let me know if smae thing will happen.

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    http://tim.id.au/laptops/acer/aspire%204715z%204315.pdf
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