Is cygwin responsible for "ntldr is missing"?
Harold L Hunt II
Mon Jan 13 13:24:00 GMT 2003
Cygwin would have no way to screw up ntldr.
Mike Gerard wrote:
> Last night I uploaded, installed and ran the cygwin X11 server
> on my home computer (Windows 2000 professional). All fine (except
> that inside cygwin my Swiss-French keyboard was not treated
> correctly). When I shut down cygwin was still running, so I
> let the shutdown process kill it.
> This morning I cannot reboot my system: "ntldr is missing"
> all the time. I am inclined to think that it must be related
> to cygwin. Maybe cygwin plays around with the partitions.
> Anyway, how to recover the situation?
> Thanks for any help,
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