Boot.ini problem with XP [Solved/Closed]

BossOnLine - Feb 1, 2008 at 04:43 AM - Latest reply:  Windows XP Support
- Nov 16, 2011 at 03:42 AM
Hi, people !

Last night I got the missing ntdrl message and used my windows XP disk to copy that file into my hard drive. Until then, no problem.

It worked well and my computer was able to boot up. But then I saw a message saying that boot.ini is not able to find the files or something like this. So I'm wondering how I can edit boot.ini to look for the files in the right directory - that way I won't get that weird message anymore.

Also, can that boot.ini message put my PC in danger?
Thanks in advance!
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My pc Started & say boot from cd

Please reply me urgent what can I do in my pc.

Dabhi.

Thank you, Dabhi 2

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Hi folks,

There is step by step instructions to solving the boot.ini issue here as well as a whole host of other boot problems.

http://www.proposedsolution.com/...

Hope it helps.

~Rosco~
Halimouche 1758 Posts Monday June 4, 2007Registration date February 27, 2014 Last seen - Feb 4, 2008 at 06:33 AM
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Hi Boss ^^

Your PC is not in danger but you have to copy this file from your XP's CD to your system.
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thanks for reply
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invalid boot.ini pc plz support me
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Hi Amir,

As posted earlier you can find instructions to fix 'invalid boot.ini' here >> http://www.proposedsolution.com/solutions/ps0016.php

R.
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helloo

insert win xp cd
press r when prompted
type chkdsk (this will search and fix errors)
exit and restart

doneeeeeeee....
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http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fixtheproblem/ht/repairbootini.htm
Windows XP Support - Nov 16, 2011 at 03:42 AM
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The boot.ini file is a hidden file.. the reason is that <a href="http://www.bestwindowsxpsupport.com/windows-xp-support/windows-xp-support-for-startup-problems/">Boot.ini </a> can be damaged or deleted for a number of reasons and will brought to your attention by an error message.