[THIN] Re: NTLDR missing

  • From: Steve Snyder <steven_snyder@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2003 13:48:20 -0800 (PST)

If you're using FAT, you should be able to just boot
on a DOS floppy and copy one back. If you're using
FAT32, then use a Win98 boot floppy and do the same.
If NTFS, us the Win2K CD and go into recovery console
and copy it back. Also, with NT4, if you began a setu
and stopped just shy of the format/copy process, it
would already load the boot filess to the hard drive -
I don't know if Win2K setup continues this trend.

> Ok, I have a test machine with WIN2kPro on it, I was
> clearing some files out
> and due to lack of sleep or something strange on my
> part I accidently
> deleted the NTLDR file,  Whats the best way to get
> the system back without
> rebuilding from scratch? Or is that possible?

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