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Upgrading to Xp proffesional


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Javadude

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Ok, I have a disc for xp proffesional. I am running the disc as a boot-up and it works fin until when the computer restarts it says that NTDLR is missing!! I can run my computer in any mode. But its at the last stage when it restarts and the message appears!!
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Refer this MS article.

BTW... its NTLDR not NTDLR

Edited by darth_ash, 16 July 2005 - 07:08 AM.

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Ok, i'm now trying windos xp home, but this time the screen says that it is searching for your computers hardware configurations and stays like that for ages and never changes why??
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"If Google made $1 everytime someone used them to find an answer to a tech support question, they would own Microsoft."

Google is worth a lot more than microsoft...
Google could easily buy microsoft...
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Javadude

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and thats supposed to mean??
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Just read the link he posted, and your problem is fixed.
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Yeah but I'm now trying windows xp home edition and it gets stuck WHY??
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read the link!!!!!!

"MS-DOS BASED PROGRAMMING" sure :tazz:
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It dosnt explain what I need it to though!!!
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As this forum states, do not post questions into another topic.
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But its to do with the same thing!!!
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Wellcan someone help me???
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Howdy:

Are both XP cd's original or copies you or someone made for you (different setup and install procedure) ??

Murray
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