I have Windows Xp on my machine, and have just added Linux Mint 7, as a dual boot. I have set it up for Windows to take priority at the boot stage.
Attached is a screen shot of G parted showing the partitioning.
My problem is the computer will NOT boot up - and shows the error message NTLDR is missing.
Any ideas on how to recover this - even if I can just only get Windows going again I can reinstall Mint, this would save me having to reinstall all my data !!!!!!!!.
I can get access to the basic Mint thr'o the live CD.
ALL HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED.