Thanks... I'll run it a few more times, but it's not like it found several
problems... it found none at all. But we'll see.
> Hey Teddy-
> NTLDR is gone from Vista, so that could just be your BIOS telling you that
> it can't find a bootloader (which it is calling NTLDR because that is what it
> has been for the longest time). I recently ran into a similar scenario where
> I formatted the XP partition on my first drive, and ran into the same
> problem. I actually had to run teh Startup Repair tool from the Vista
> install DVD twice as it only fixes 1 problem per reboot, and it may be that
> it has to do a couple of different problems it has to fix. I have yet to see
> a startup problem that the SRT could not fix, although as I mentioned you
> occasionally have to run it 2 or 3 times. Good luck!
> "Teddy" wrote:
> > I thought NTLDR was removed from Vista, but today I got the crappy "NTLDR is
> > corrupt or missing. Press Ctrl-Alt-Del..."
> > I assume this is a result of me dual-booting with XP, but I formatted the XP
> > drive a few days ago after deciding to use Vista RC1 exclusively.
> > I tried to boot from the Vista disc and use the "repair" option, but even
> > analyzing for "startup problems" came up blank. With the Vista CD inserted,
> > however, booting from the drive works fine. Weird.
> > Any idea how I can resolve this issue? Thanks!
> > Teddy