How to delete ntldr using linux Tags: Ntldr Linux Last response: July 6, 2010 3:31 PM in Linux/Free BSD Share jhon_81 June 29, 2010 5:43:37 AM Hello, how to delete ntldr using linux More about : delete ntldr linux audiovoodoo a b 5 Linux July 6, 2010 3:31:28 PM ntldr is a sign of an NTFS formatted disk, you don't want to remove it unless you are moving to a single boot Linux machine, it would break any Windows install on that disk. Are you sure you want to? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources I get ntldr missing but there is no disk drive how to I fix it I tried Ctrl alt delete doesn't do anything Forum XP Does Not Install - NTLDR missing Use Ctrl+Alt+Delete - WD Utility Forum XP Does Not Install - NTLDR missing Use Ctrl+Alt+Delete - WD Utility Forum SolvedHow To Edit And Delete Contacts using Windows Live Mail In Windows 8.1 Forum How to delete files from a Passport external HD using Mac Forum Solvedntldr IS MISSING PRESS CTRL ALT DELETE ERROR WIN XP PRO Forum How to delete netwoking from limpus linux Forum SolvedHow to solve d error in fortran using linux Forum Solvedtrying to install win xp...using windows cd. i keep getting ntldr is missing error. Forum SolvedHow do I delete Windows and Program Files directories from other HD's in my system? (Not the ones in use) Forum how to delete files on wd passport using their WD Smartware Forum How to delete registry key using Command Prompt Forum SolvedI got a used computer. How do I delete all the previous owner's files? Forum How to delete mobile internet driver from pc using driver sweeper Forum ntldr is missing, press any key to restart when using any windows boot disk. Forum Hi!I have a question for you guys.How can I use my 16GB Kingston 2.0 USB as a hard drive? I want to boot a small Linux Forum How much data can be stored by using linux operating system Forum How to delete maxtor files on my computer? Not using Maxtor for backup Forum SolvedHow Can I delete a NTF partition to use with a new OS Forum How can I read files on LaCie Drive using Linux Forum More resources !