"Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: System32\Drivers\Ntfs.sys".
This is the exact error message that you get from Windows saying the ntfs.sys file is missing or corrupt. And the causes for a missing or corrupt ntfs.sys file are said to be the following:
Prepare your Windows CD and do as follows.
Step 1. Insert the Windows CD into the computer and restart the computer.
Step 2. As the computer is starting, make sure to press a key to boot from the CD.
Step 3. In the Windows setup screen, press the R key to run the Windows Recovery Console.
Step 4. If prompted, enter the number of Windows installation you're repairing.
Step 5. At the command prompt, type the below command.
copy x:\i386\ntfs.sys c:\windows\system32\drivers
(Replace x: with the letter of your CD-ROM drive, like D:)
Step 6. If ntfs.sys is still on the computer, you'll be prompted if you want to overwrite the file. If prompted, press the Y key for Yes to overwrite the file.
Step 7. Once the file has been successfully copied, remove the CD and reboot your computer.
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