|Do you have any Windows XP-CD from any computer? The only fix for this is the commands by booting into recovery console through Windows XP disc (Any disc would do).|
1. Boot to recovery console and on the command prompt type:
2. The following messages appear:
Scanning all disks for Windows installations.
Please wait, since this may take a while...
The Windows installation scan was successful.
These results are stored statistically for this session. If the disk configuration changes during this session, in order to get an updated scan, you must first reboot the machine and then rescan the disks.
Total identified Windows installs: 1
Add installation to boot list? (Yes/No/All)
******In case the scan is not complete or returns to c: prompt, then run "chkdsk /p" and then try again. What this does is that it organises the boot sectors********
4. Type : y and press ENTER.
5. On the following prompt
Enter Load Identifier:
Type : Windows
Press the <Enter> key on your keyboard.
6. On the followng prompt:
Enter OS Load Options:
Type : /fastdetect
7. In the end type EXIT to restart the system.
In case still same issue, the only other two possibilities would be OS Reinstall or HDD replacement (IN case HDD is bad, through a rare scenario).