My Asus EEEPC 1002HA has 3 partitions - C, E (where Linux used to be installed) and D (system restore files are located there out of the box). After Linux uninstallation i restored windows xp boot ...
My system gave me an NTLDR Missing error. I formatted my system using a Windows XP CD. Afterwards, when booted, I got a blue screen and then the system shutdown automatically. I hooked the hard-drive ...
I currently disassembled NTLDR of Windows XP. During the process of booting, NTLDR uses the following interrupt: INT 10H, AX=2000H, BX=0301H, CX=0H, DX=0H I don't know the meaning of this ...
I got an “NTLDR is missing” on Win XP and fixed it, but why did this happen and how did this fix work?
So, believe me, I've read all the related posts on how to fix "NTLDR is missing" issues on SuperUser and this is not that question. I actually did manage to fix my problem, but I don't entirely ...
Possible Duplicate: missing NTLDR / no CD drive recognition I have a Windows XP system and the NTLDR error appears. Any advice?
I'm having trouble install WinXP Pro on my pc because NTLDR is missing or can't find during installation process. I highly doubt it's my DVD drive because this machine work fine before the install ...