CDBoot : Can't find NTLDR


J

Jeff012

Recently I have changed my laptop's hardisk from 6GB to
30GB. During the first time of Windows XP Pro
installation, it was not successful because the process
hang at half way. So I try to reinstall. Unfortunately, a
message stated "CDBoot : Can't find NTLDR" was prompted
when I boot from the installation CD. So I try another OEM
version of Windows XP Pro which is come together with my
another PC. And it works fine but because it is invalid so
I can't activate it and there is only 30 days of trial. I
have try to format the hardisk and delete the partition
but the same problem still occur when I use other
installation cd beside the OEM version. The message will
be promtp after I force my laptop to boot from CD-ROM .It
seems like my laptop only can boot from the OEM version
installation CD. Can anybody tells me what should I do,
thanks?
 
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Total Exterminator

Jeff012 said:
Recently I have changed my laptop's hardisk from 6GB to
30GB. During the first time of Windows XP Pro
installation, it was not successful because the process
hang at half way. So I try to reinstall. Unfortunately, a
message stated "CDBoot : Can't find NTLDR" was prompted
when I boot from the installation CD. So I try another OEM
version of Windows XP Pro which is come together with my
another PC. And it works fine but because it is invalid so
I can't activate it and there is only 30 days of trial. I
have try to format the hardisk and delete the partition
but the same problem still occur when I use other
installation cd beside the OEM version. The message will
be promtp after I force my laptop to boot from CD-ROM .It
seems like my laptop only can boot from the OEM version
installation CD. Can anybody tells me what should I do,
thanks?
HI : This worked for me ....
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/tr...prodtechnol/winxppro/reskit/prkd_tro_bohs.asp

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