Typically the BOOT.INI file (XP) or the BCD (Windows 7/Vista) is corrupted or missing critical data that is needed to start up Windows. It may also be the boot data in these files points to a boot partition where Windows is not installed and/or is damaged. Lastly, this issue can occur if the Ntoskrnl.exe file is missing or damaged.
Vendor: Microsoft Corporation
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