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NTLDR is missing during boot..how to fix..?anyone noe?


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hafizik

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recently i got this msg on my boot display during start up...lolz.i rili duno wat is the cause for this problem..any one ever experienced this??
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Are there any floppy discs or CDs in any of the drives? If so, remove them and try to boot the computer.

If not, then we will try the next course of action :whistling:
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well...for sure i can say no floopy n cd at all.. >.<
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n yah..i dit reboot it..the problem is still there..ouch!
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What Operating System is your computer (XP Home, 2000, etc) and do you have the installation disk for it?
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What is the issue here...it is a bit confusing...?

Did you get the NTLDR.dll file?

It is one of those files that is always getting lost...download one and make a second copy and keep it in a safe place.
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If you know how to get into your BIOS...Pressing esc or Del usually on most pc's..Or if you have a Dell press F10 to get to the Boot order, and make sure you Hard drive is the first in that list.
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