Dacomp89 May 20, 2009 at 09:39:56 Specs: Windows Vista
I was getting the NTLDR is missing message on startup after replacing some hard drives so I looked around and found that I could fix this using System Repair from the Windows Vista DVD. I installed Vista on two hard drives in RAID0 so when it asks me to select an OS I have to load the drivers, which I do. I can then see the drive in the directory browsing screen where I selected the drivers from, but it doesn't detect the operating system so I can't repair it.
The boot configuration data store could not be opened. The requested system device cannot be found.
That doesn't look good. I should mention that a couple hours before this happened I was trying to system restore but it kept failing, possibly because I greatly reduced the amount of disk space System Restore was allowed to use a while back.
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