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Ok... so my motherboard dies on my old computer. I replace it and my GFX card. Upon trying to boot my computer I got some error about NTLDR. Hunted around on the net for 8 hours, and finally gave up and reinstalled windows. After I have windows installed and can see the desktop, I install my mobo CD and it prompts me to restart, and I do so. After reboot, the SAME MESSAGE APPEARS AGAIN!

So i figured... format my C:\ drive and reinstall again. SAME [bleep] results! HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE!
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This should help.
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Found that exact site myself. Made the .iso and booted from the disc. After selecting "1st TRY THIS" it went to the windows boot screen "Start Windows Normally" ect. Windows starts to load and BAM auto restart. How after formatting my C:\ drive do i still get this error? Doesn't make sense to me.
Does my Slave HDD have anything to do with it?

Please help!
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Is this HDD set to primary?
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