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Old 15th December, 2001, 04:59 PM
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I may be completely wrong here. I may not. My experience has been that the NT loader is stored on whatever was seen as the C: (regardless of which partition you installed the OS files to) at the time of installation. This is why it's recommended you keep the primary partition/C: and the OS together, so this doesn't happen. I have had the same struggles trying to fix NT loader issues in the past and ended up just working it all out before hand, I too could not find the files to edit... I suspect they're either part of an existing .ini file or the Kernell itself, dunno. I haven't bothered to look on Microsoft's site either, that may have the answer too...
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