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Use the Restoration Disk. When asked choose Repair. (Non-Destructive Installation)
You are missing basic Windows files. Boot loader files. Also you may have to prepare to replace the harddrive. May have bad Sectors on it. Means I would copy off all personal information, after getting that laptop going again, or you may lose it.
NTLDR is the abbreviation for New Technology Loader. That is a boot sequence for loading Windows 2000,XP, Win 7 etc. It is telling you that the boot file ntldr is missing or corrupt and gives you another chance at loading another system, that is if you have dual booting, however,when you restart the same thing happens. There are many detail specifics about this subject on the internet, so enter the phrase "ntldr is missing" into google and read all about it and how to fix it.