JSI Tip 5375. NTDETECTd or 'Ntdetect d' error when you try to start Windows?

When you attempt to start Windows, you receive one of the following error messages, on a blank screen:

NTDETECTd

         or

Ntdetect d

This error is indicative of damaged startup files.

To resolve the problem, see tip 4267.



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