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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A type of RAM that is quicker than dynamic RAM and does not need to be refreshed. Because it is more expensive and holds less data than dynamic RAM, it is used primarily for cache memory.

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  • I've placed ntldr in different locatoins on the drive, like in my windows folder and on the root directory of the drive at different times (I do not have two ntldr files in both locations) and tried booting, but I'm still getting the same results.

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  • However, I'm still receiving the "ntldr is missing" error.

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  • This can't be because I installed both ntldr and ntdetect. com myself on the XP drive using the Windows Recovery mode on the XP install disk.

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  • It's using the Win7 boot manager, and I have placed the ntldr, ntdetect. com and boot. ini files on the Win7 drive as well.

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  • However, my problem lies in not being able to boot to my XP drive regarding this ntldr error ... but I am able to setup the dual boot window in Win7 without any problems.

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  • I think ntldr, boot. ini, and ntdetect. com should go on the win7 partition, but it did this for me when I was using XP and Vista dual-boot for a while. mikeymike

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  • However, when I try to load the XP install I keep getting an "/ntldr missing error".

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  • Did you try my suggestion about copying the ntldr, ntdetect. com, boot. ini files to the Win7 partition? mikeymike

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  • Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx dual boot with xp prob: ntldr is missing

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  • I think ntldr, boot. ini, and ntdetect. com should go on the win7 partition, but it did this for me when I was using XP and Vista dual-boot for a while. posted on Thu Feb 11, 2010 11: 50 pm

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