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Old May 27th 14, 11:21 AM
lennox lennox is offline
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I have an Acer Aspire 5600,windows xp pro/.Can not open windows, I get the following message. NTLDR missing, press any key to start...When I press key nothing happens..This computer was a hand me down, so I don't have a start up disk.How do I recover without disk?
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Old June 7th 14, 10:24 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
Don Phillipson[_4_]
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"lennox" wrote in message
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I have an Acer Aspire 5600,windows xp pro/.Can not open windows, I get
the following message. NTLDR missing, press any key to start...When I
press key nothing happens..This computer was a hand me down, so I don't
have a start up disk.How do I recover without disk?


The file NTLDR is required (in the root folder of the boot drive) to
start WinXP. You can copy it over after booting from a CD or USB
drive (if your BIOS enables this.) If you get a good boot, you might
as well copy to C:/ everything in the root folder of your boot drive.
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Don Phillipson
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(Ottawa, Canada)


 




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