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i restarted my computer and got the messege

'ntldr missing
press ctl +alt+del' to restart

I inserted the Windows XP pack 1 CD , and booted from the CD and in tried to repair the missing files by running this two lines from the command line
C:\WINDOWS> copy e:\ ntldr c:
C:\WINDOWS> copy e:\ ntdetect.com c:

to both the lines I got the messege 'file copied'

In short, i did everything that should be done...and i have had the same error once and the same steps ified it..but now it is bringing me the same messeges 'ntldr missing' 'press ctl+alt+....' please help

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Last Post by zyaday
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Hi
Longer way is that you can install xp by replacing the files but not delete the current OS.
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install another OS(same on) on the same disk so that it multiboot (dont delete current OS) and copy the ntldr in windows ffrom the one OS to other.

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The easy fix is putting in your XP CD, going to the recovery console, and running FIXBOOT and FIXMBR. These should replace the NTLDR and get your machine to boot.

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I added a backslash on the end of the command line and it worked....thanks though

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