Windows XP boot problem with Grub
After installing Ubuntu on my hard drives I have big trouble to boot.
I am a user "advanced" and yet I can not solve my problem.
So after installing Ubuntu on my hdd I have to use the SuperGrub disk to boot on Windows XP.
I managed to reinstall Grub, which is supposed to allow me to run Windows XP that is on my first HDD on Ubuntu or another HDD.
In Ubuntu, the Grub menu starts properly.
But for windows XP it tells me that NTLDR is missing, I know you will tell me how to surrender, only if it is present at the root of C:
For this ntdetect.com and other system files are indeed present, I reinstalled from the command line with the Windows XP CD without forgetting the FIXMBR.
This has replaced the file system in question to begin with NTLDR but it does not change anything, I also tried to delete and copy them manually and the result is the same.
So to start Windows using the Super Grub disc CD (fortunately I have this one) and it works, I just ask myself a question:
In the Windows Start menu of super grub disc should I select Boot Windows from second hard drive, which would mean it will look for the NTLDR on the hard disk formatted with EXT on Ubuntu?
It's really annoying to have the message NTLDR is missing when it is present.
I'd like some help to avoid me having to use every time the super grub disk and the menu to start Windows XP.
Thank you in advance
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