Yes, the Windows 2000 setup replaced some XP boot files. To repair this
boot the PC with your XP CD. When prompted, choose the option (R) to
repair an installation using the Recovery Console. Once in the Recovery
Console, type in the command fixboot. This will start the repair of the
XP boot files. You also need to copy ntldr and ntdetect.com from the I386
folder on your XP CD to the root of your boot drive (generally your C
drive). Once that is done, exit the Recovery Console and reboot.
MS-MVP Windows XP & Smart Display
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