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ntldr is a system file that are using to load your windows. One solution is to use other third party software, my friend used before a SPOTMAO to repair the ntldr and systerm 32 error.
Or try to copy a NTLDR file from other computer which is running the same your windows, Just make your drive slave to a computer, then locate the NTLDR from the C:\ then copy it to your drive.
Hope it helps thanks.
See this for XP http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321305 or this for Vista/Win7 http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/What-to-do-if-you-forget-your-Windows-password or you can use thrid party software from Hiren's Boot CD http://www.hirensbootcd.org/download/Hirens.BootCD.12.0.zip
Assuming this is an original CD/DVD drive, go to your manufactures web site, choose their support option, at this point most sites ask for or allow you to enter your "service tag number" or "model number", these should be on the back or bottom of your computer. Once you've entered this information you should get to download drivers for your computer (assuming it's not to old). Download the original driver or recommended update for your CD/DVD drive and reinstall it. You will most likely have to unzip or unarchive the file before you can use it, make sure you write down the location where it's decompressed (unzipped/unarchived) to.
You might have to go into device manager and delete the drive in order to get windows to reinstall the driver. After you've deleted the drive reboot your computer, it should find new hardware and try to install the driver. At this point select "have disk" and enter the location of the downloaded driver. If window doesn't allow you to sellect where to load the driver from cancel the install and you'll have to use "Add Hardware" after the computer has fully rebooted, this is found in the "Control Panel". Using "Add Hardware" you will again have to choose "Have Disk" and tell windows where the new driver is. After Windows has reinstalled the driver your drive should be working.
After all this if your drive still isn't working you most likely either have some corrupt system files (Windows) or possibly some bad hardware. At this point if I was working on this machine I would try a different drive or if that failed I would consider reinstalling Windows. If all this failed I would check for hardware issues on the Motherboard.
Two reasons, one the setups do not allow the type of CD you are using, so make sure you are using the correct CD, Second the drive is corrupted and need to reinstall it, delete the driver and reboot the computer, download and install new driver. Let me know how this worked for you and please do not forget to rate my service so we are able to improve on it.The rating as follows 1 the service was not related to the post. 2 the service was related but not did not help at all. 3 the service was to the point and somewhat complete. 4 the service was excellent and to the point.
When installing XP or Vista you get the option to load third party drivers for unknown devices. I think it's F6 just after the start of any version of Windows, once you press this you will have to supply the drivers for the Windows installation. This will make Windows recognise the hdd from then on.
first of all you might want to check the laptop manufacturers website to ensure that it can be down graded. after this and if it can be downgraded you might want to download the thrid party sata/scsi drivers from you hard drive manufacturers website so they can be used during set up. if all this fails perhaps using thrid party slip stream software like NLite to copy all the set up files ready for install. hope this helps. let me know if it doesnt.