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Windows Boot Manager: Windows Failed to Start.

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On the NTBR CD I burned I was able to hit F5 as soon as the blue screen began to run and came to the Bypassing '\autoexec.bat'. screen that has:


and when I manually type autoexec as a command I then chose English (default) by pressing Enter and immediately says

Can't open CD driver CDRCACH
SHSUCDX can't install.
ERROR: Failure loading; unable to find CD-ROM drive!
ERROR: If you have multiple CD-ROM drives, please remove the other
ERROR: CD-ROM discs and try again. Other wise your disc may be corrupt
ERROR: or the CD-ROM driver does not correctly support your system.
ERROR: Please reboot your computer now.

I'm not sure if this means anything to you, I just thought I'd let you know.
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Don't know what it means. Were you able to get a Recovery or an Install DVD to continue?
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