Saturday, January 1, 2011

NTLDR is missing

Sometimes we get error boot "NTLDR" is missing while starting the machine. Here is the solution;
  • Start your PC and Boot using Windows Setup CD and enter into “Recovery Console” by pressing “R”.
  • Log into windows installation and enter admin password.
  • Enter following commands at prompt:
copy x:\i386\ntldr c:\
copy x:\i386\ c:\

Note: "x" is your CD drive so change it accordingly.

A search window opens when we double click any folder/Drive.

We have noticed lot of times that whenever we double click any Drive or Folder, a Search window opens. if you are also experiencing the same than here are steps to resolve your issue.
  • Go to "Start"->"RUN"
  • Type "Regedit" and press enter
  • In the left pane select the below entries one by one
In right-side pane, delete the “Default” key. If it doesn’t work then delete the key “find” under both.

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