NTLDR is missing error after trying to reformat my PC

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NTLDR Error Message

When I try to reformat my PC using my CD-R drive I always get this problem.

How can I fix this? I tried many Boot CD; Windows XP, Windows 7 and Vista.

"NTLDR is missing Press any key to restart"

"NTLDR is missing Press Ctrl Alt Del to restart"

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Answered By 0 points N/A #127800

NTLDR is missing error after trying to reformat my PC

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Hi Charlescajan,

To fix this problem you will have to have with you your Emergency Repair disk so that you will be able to run system repair. One thing you have to remember is to change the settings of your BIOS to boot from the CD drive first before anywhere else on your computer. After getting your Recovery Console to run simply follow the steps on the Recovery Console and everything should be ok.

If that didn't fix the problem another way would be to set your hard drive as a slave of another hard drive and to copy and paste the NTLDR file manually in your C drive. 

Answered By 0 points N/A #127801

NTLDR is missing error after trying to reformat my PC

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Hey Charlescajan,

I think you tried doing installation before and quit without completing, which formatted some system files including NTLDR. This message has nothing to do with the CD installation. It’s an installed windows error. And this particularly means that in boot priority booting from CD is not on first priority. Change the boot priority from BIOS settings and boot from CD then. You will be able to run setup then. Simply reformat the partitions as you mentioned install the operating system which ever you want on that partition. Once done remove the CD and boot normally with fresh installed Operating system.

Just chill out man.

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