I am facing a strange problem.
One of my friend's machine was not working fine. I went to his place to check the error, but the Win XP in his system was just not ready to startup. So I decided to Repair / Format his HDD.
The machine was reading the Bootable disc too slowly, at times it would hang up.
When I connected the HDD to my own computer to format it, the Bootable disc was working fine. I formatted the Windows partition and installed fresh XP.
Now when the HDD is again connected to my friend's place, it says "NTLDR is missing, press CTRL ALT DEL to restart". I tried to load Bootable disc again on his PC, but the PC keeps on giving 'xxxx file missing' errors on the CD.
How can I solve this problem? Is this HDD problem? And why cant his CD Rom read files from my CD?