What does ntldr is missing mean?

Answer NTLDR is an important boot file for the Windows operating system. If the NTLDR file becomes corrupted, the hard drive returns an error and the user is unable to run any software on the computer. Th... Read More »

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What does the computer error message NTLDR is missing mean?

An "NTLDR" error indicates that Windows cannot boot from the selected hard drive. This can happen because a virus has caused damage to the system files on your computer. More often, it occurs becau... Read More »

Ntldr missing?

How to Troubleshoot NTLDR Is Missing?

Microsoft Windows XP, Server 2003 and earlier operating systems require the NTLDR file to boot into the operating system. It is one of three crucial boot files, along with and boot.ini... Read More »

How to Fix a Missing NTLDR on XP With a 98 Disk?

The NTLDR file is part of all NTFS file systems made by Microsoft. The NTLDR file is responsible for loading the operating system at start-up, or loading a option screen for dual start-up computers... Read More »