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  1. I understand boot sector virus removal can cause problems for operating systems located on a RAID drive and leave the system un-bootable. Does anyone know if that could be true of the Kaspersky 10 Rescue Disk?
  2. I was using your Kaspersky 10 (fully updated) rescue disk to do a routine scan of my XP SP3 system and several attached drives for viruses etc. The scan was interrupted ( at around 30% I believe) and the system restarted and now the computer will not reboot into Windows. "NTLDR is missing" is the error. I know this is a very serious error (many times not recoverable...) and as recovering access to this computer is CRITICALLY important, I am hoping to get some input from anyone who may have experience this same issue for the same reason before doing anything. When Googling this error, I see two basic ways to attempt to fix the problem (one where you copy a new NTLDR onto your system and one where you try to repair a corrupted NTLDR). I am afraid that it in this case it might make a difference which one I use and whatever I do I don't want to make the problem worse. If anyone can advise me re: recovering NTLDR and my system following a Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 abort, I would be most appreciative. Thanks. DB.
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