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Thanks for the link and I think what its saying is that I have to create a boot disk from a windows NT setup disc.... there are some files it lists that I have to put onto a floppy?! Are these files available to download as I don't think I have said disc...I only have a pirate copy of XP...

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The files are not available for download, no. However, even pirate copies (which I don't normally support ;o)) will have these files on them (either in the ISO or on the CD - whichever you used). NTbootdd.sys is a machine specific file, and is a copy of your drives device driver, so downloading it would do no good. http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;305595

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