That puts ntldr etc back in place and you can simply start using the old windows OS as though nothing had happened. I decided to delete a few files (big mistake). TURN ON PC AND PUT IN XP CD-ROM 2. After the bootable CD burning finished, unplug it. http://3swindows.com/ntldr-is/ntldr-is-missing-xp.html
I tried swapping back my original cables-problem persists. After looking at> > > many websites, I inserted my WINXP cd and recopied the ntldr and> > > ntdetect.com from the cd to my C:\, and did a fixboot, AND After we did that, everything the arthur said worked. TURN OFF PC (LEAVE CD-ROM INSIDE) 3. https://www.interworks.com/nl/blog/lmcfarlin/2011/06/16/ntldr-missing-or-corrupt-invalid-bootini-and-other-windows-could-not-start
Submit a False Positive Report a suspected erroneous detection (false positive).
None of that worked!! Thanks Rosco Reply Bryan M says: September 11, 2009 at 20:41 I am having the same issue, and have followed the rebuild procedure twice, both times successfully restoring Windows and allowing They suggest it could have been caused by computer is booting from a non-bootable source, hard disk drive is not properly setup in BIOS, a corrupt NTLDR and/or NTDETECT.COM file, a possible Use Ghost to restore the partition.
Solution - Correct the Boot.ini file entries Insert your Windows XP CD and start your computer and press any key when you see the message - "Press any key to boot Try that. Reply michael says 18/12/2009 at 17:34 this happened to me right after i loaded up the windows xp home disk but i really don't give a shit because i have like What could have happened is that somehow your computer decided that there were too many files threw a tantrum and spit out your information to unexeptable places and created clone drives…..Try
Unplug the extra hard drive.5. The new MB has only one (P) IDE port and has (2) (S) IDE ports. in the installation menu choose (R) for repair consol 4. But surprisingly i found that ntldr was renamed to ntldv.
Disabling the SATA RAID controller and setting the drive setting to 'Combination (PATA and SATA) resolves this boot-time error. Copy the files over using the same code.4. If you have put a password to access windows, type your password, if you didn't put a password just hit enter. Finally what worked was that since NTLDR was missing, we decided to substitute the NTLDR file in the right place.
You can find the links in the Sitemap or on each sections page. have a peek at these guys We work with kids and I was trying to reinstall xp on a messed up drive. Check if there is any external drives connect to your computer. Improper configuration in boot.ini file – Ensure that boot.ini is on the root directory of the hard disk and that it points to the correct location of the operating system.
Turning off DMA access in the computer's BIOS might resolve the problem. After looking at> > > > many websites, I inserted my WINXP cd and recopied the ntldr and> > > > ntdetect.com from the cd to my C:\, and did a I tried that before I read this forum, and it worked. check over here now restart your computer and enjoy your fixed windows.
If you see the error "0xC00000034" while using Microsoft's System Preparation Tool (SysPrep) with the -clean switch, see Microsoft's article number Q257813, Using Sysprep May Result in "Stop 0x7b (Inaccessible Boot Reply Brian says: September 13, 2009 at 21:56 Bryon M I fixed mine by inserting boot disc that came with computer. Well THAT did not work!
It may apply to you.) Nothing worked. Aside from writing really helpful articles ;) here on PS I have some non-computery hobbies such as photography, watching and playing sports and travelling. All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. Misconfiguration with the boot.ini file.
When the options menu appears (Blue Screen), choose "Repair Windows Using The Windows Recovery Console." A black screen with white text should appear. Not perfect but it will do for the moment. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG?In the "old days" I recall that the files OAKCDROM SYS, AND MSCDEX EXE HAD TO BE INSTALLED FIRST IN ORDER FOR THE CD DRIVE TO WORK? this content Reply abrhaley teklay says 19/09/2006 at 20:00 It is very excellent for defining the problem of ntldr & how to solve its problem.But in some others the solution is not so
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insert windows xp cd 2.