The "NTLDR is Missing" error can sometimes occur when users boot their Windows system.
The error can be caused by many different factors. Mainly this error occurs when trying to install Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/7. Other times this error may occur when a partition is corrupt or the system can't find the boot file on the drive.
If the NTLDR error occurred when trying to do a fresh install of Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista, or Windows 7, then:
If the NTLDR error occurred when there were no changes made, then:
If the NTLDR error occurred when you moved the boot drive to an ATA or SATA PCI controller, then:
If the NTLDR error occurred when you changed cabling and jumper settings of existing internal drives, or added an additional internal drive to your system, then:
If the NTLDR error occurred when you added a USB drive to your system, then:
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