installing 2k missing ntldr error

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komputergeek

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:mad: ok i wanted to install 2k to my hard drive that has 60g other then the one that already has 2k and has 4gb so i took the hard drive onto my other computer and then inserted the disk then install the first part then when it restarts it says missing ntldr press any button to restart then it re-installs the first part asking if i would like to rewrite the file and then it restarts when (oh yea i said yes rewrite) it just says missing ntldr so im confused but it does work to safe mode 98 but cant normally boot 2k without going to a blue screen (note: i used my other computer because my computer cannot read cds for some reason so i am just going to add the hard drive once its installing with 2k) thx for all the help if you give any (y) :) :D :D
 

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under special liscensing may you copy windows disk and only to a certain amount as pertains that windows says you can (geez)
 
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I honestly dont think that Microsoft would post information that would help Pirating,,,however I have been wrong before..
 

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