Before I upgraded I removed all signs of GoBack Deluxe Edition from my hard drive. Also, before I upgraded to WinXP from WinME I created an full image of the hard drive. After I upgraded to WinXP I created an second full image of the hard drive. Both images were created and saved on a second hard drive w/out any errors, and they check-out ok.
I am wanting to restore either image to a new hard drive (as the drive w/WinXP I am running has software problems, not caused by the upgrade). After creating and setting the partition on the new drive to active and formating it to FAT32, I restored both images at different times to the new drive. I get the same "load error press any key to reboot" on each image restore when I first try booting the new hard drive.
In reading some of the other topic titles my first question is, with only my XP Home upgrade CD is there a way of creating a bootable XP CD and using some of the built-in XP repair software? Or can I use any system floppy and repair the Master Boot Record if this might be my problem? Any ideas will be very helpful.