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Missing NTLDR Blue Screen....


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jacktro

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Hi Guys...I went to do a SuperAntiSpyware scan and my windows blue screened with a missing NTLDR.....
I booted the cdrom and tried a fix in recovery consol....which was the D:\cd i386 fix...it seemed to copy the missing file ok and i removed the cd...
But now my start up is looping .....
With a set up to boot from CDROM and the CD in the drive...i get...
1.Press Tab and show post screen >>>2.Press del to enter set up screen>>>3.verifing DMI pool data screen ...boot from CD......Press any key to boot from CD...if i just let it run it loops through the 3 pages...if i hit a key it takes me to windows set up.
With no cd in the drive i get....boot from cd...Disk failure...insert system disk press enter.
With it set to boot from HDD i get the looping through the 3 screens also.....1.press tab 2.press del 3.Verifing DMI and round and round.
I'd be grateful for any help to get my windows booting normally again.....thx
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Fixed ....... Continuous loop sorted ... boots normally again...:thumbsup:
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What did you do to fix it? Might help someone else later on.
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