The NTLDR missing error is not an uncommon error for Windows users. When the Windows system is turned on, you will see it is working correctly. You wait to log in to the computer but, end up with the black screen displaying a message which says NTLDR Missing error. The never-ending black screen shows a single message every time you turn on the computer with a hope that the problem might have been resolved, but the error stays where it was. It could be a horror for the users but there no need to feel dismayed. The guide offers the correct steps to resolve error occurring continuously with a black screen in Windows.
Here’s how to solve NTLDR missing error
Unplug the Removable Media
Maybe the error is emerging due to the BIOS trying load form an external derive. If the non-bootable device or drive is attached then try to unplug it and remove the storage accessories like CD-DVD, pen drive, USB device or memory cards. When you remove the external non-bootable drive, the BIOS from these drivers will try load consequently resolving the problem.
Modify the BIOS Boot Order
The Windows users are allowed to replace the files for NTLDR so that the files could load correctly using Windows Installation Disc.
In Windows, the error can be resolved by using the BOOTMGR related boot sector code.
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