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Solved: ~PLEASE READ~ Windows Xp Is Missing A File!

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Tech-Help, Apr 8, 2010.

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  1. Tech-Help

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    Hello and Thank you For Looking At My Post I Hope You Can Fix This!!!!

    Now I Am missing a windows xp file the file is:

    NTLDR

    It Says When I Start My Windows Xp 2002 SP1 Home edition:

    NTLDR is missing press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart

    Please What Do I Do!
     
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    If you have the installation CD of Windows, see this tip.
    If you do not have it, then follow the procedure below:
    You have a message warning you that one of these files is missing:


    NTLDR is missing NTLDR is missing. Press CTRL + ALT + DEL to restart NTLDR is compressed. Press CTRL-ALT-DEL to restart NTLDR is compressed. Press CTRL + ALT + DEL to restart NTDETECT V1.0 Checking Hardware ... NTDetect Failed Invalid Boot.ini Invalid Boot.ini






    Materials needed:
    • USB key (at least 300kb free)
    • A blank CD or DVD

    Downloading and preparing the necessary files

    • Download the files ntldr and ntdetect.com here
    • Right click on the folder and extract all.
    • Copy the files NTLDR and NTDETECT file to your USB key.

    Downloading and preparing the Recovery Console

    • Download XP Recovery Console here
    • Right click on the folder and extract all.
      • Then download active iso burner here
      • Right click on the folder and extract all.
      • Open the program and select .iso file for the Recovery console.
    Then click Burn to burn your console to the blank CD/DVD.
    • Copying files
      • Insert your key and insert your cd.
      • Restart your PC to the Recovery Console.
    • Do this:
      • Type diskpart and locate the letter corresponding to your USB key.
      • Press Esc to exit Diskpart.
      • Type the following:X: (where X: represent the letterdrive for your USB)copy ntldr c:copy ntdetect.com c:
        • Then type the command exit to restart.
     
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