Ntldr is missing/bootmgr is missing

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Hi, I have a old desktop pc running windows xp.My os is very slow, so i tried to reinstall windows xp sp2 through bootable disk.But during the installations,when files copying, a error message appear that some file is not copying.so i skip, but there is continous messages that this file or that file is unable to copy.So i have accidently cancel the installation.But when i restart to start again. It dislays that " ntldr is missing, type ctrl+alt+dlt to restart". I have changed the cd, but same messgae again and again. So i also tried to boot from usb drive.But there is a new message when booting from usb drive that " BOOTMGR is missing ".
I am very confused and frustrated. Don't know what to do. Please help me.

And one more thing, I have prepare bootable usb on my windows 7 64 bit laptop from windows xp iso file.
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The " ntldr is missing, type ctrl+alt+dlt to restart" and the " BOOTMGR is missing " errors often appear when the drive your PC is trying to boot from is non-bootable or corrupted. So you will have to format your hard drive and check your bootable usb.