We Can Find - Missing Ntldr
Whenever we see the error missing
ntlder, it means something has gone wrong while
booting. Usually the entire booting process depends
on ntldr file. If this file gets corrupted then the
system would come up with the missing ntlder
error. The file is operated from hard drive and it is
executed while the system initiates the boot process.
Just after the computer is powered on, system automatically
starts searching for an ntldr file and permits other
peripherals to start functioning and it this way system
loads up with windows.
However, in this entire process may stop if ntldr files
don’t work properly, then the system will stop booting
and we would see a black screen with an error message
which would be an indication of missing ntldr.
Reasons behind this malfunction could be file corruption,
hard drive malfunction or file deletion. If we are suspecting
file corruption then it could be recovered with the
help of windows installation CD. By running the installation
CD, we can recover the same file within five minutes.
All we need to do is, to follow simple on-screen instructions
in order to retrieve missing ntldr
But if it the case of hard drive malfunction then the
troubleshooting would be different. We can try to apply
BIOS default settings to get the missing ntldr
file. However, if it is accidentally deleted or missing
from the system then we need perform same steps with
the help of a windows installation CD. After this, once
the computer is up and running, the first thing we need
to do is to secure the missing ntldr
file. This could be done in windows folder on primary
hard drive partition. We need to hide the file and make
the file into “read only”. After all this run around
we can start our computing again.