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Boot error - missing syscmndr.sys


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bjay

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Boot +>error: cannot load system commander missing syscmndr.sys

The I get an option of selecting which partition to boot, 0 is the only active one. I enter 0 and windows loads. I had loaded Partition Commander, but uninstalled it, have reformatted the drive. This still comes up when I start the computer. How can I get rid of this? Do I have to reinstall Partition Commander?

Edited by bjay, 07 November 2005 - 04:53 PM.

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If system commander is some sort of drive overlay software, then you may indeed have to write the drive ot zeros to get rid of the prompt, or a least do some modification of your master boot record or boot sector.
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How do I modify the master boot record or boot sector?

Ignore this last post, I was able to repair the master boot record. Thanks.

Edited by bjay, 08 November 2005 - 08:03 AM.

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