- 1 Fix Dll File Error
- 1.1 Fix RunDLL Error
- 1.2 Edit DLL Files
- 1.3 Fix Missing dll files
- 1.4 Loading dll error
- 1.5 Nvcpl.dll Loading error
- 1.6 Newdev.dll loading error
- 1.7 Fix Mpr.dll
- 1.8 Dll Initialization Failed
- 1.9 D3dx9.24.dll error
- 2.0 Fix Kernel32.dll
- 2.1 Msvbvm60.dll Error
- 2.2 Fix missing Hal.dll
- 2.3 Hal.dll repair
- 2.4 Mfc80u.dll Error
- 2.5 Mscorwks.dll Error
- 2.6 Awt.dll error
- 2.7 Shlwapi.dll error
- 2.8 Fix asl.dll error
- 2.9 Crypt32.dll error
- 3.0 Faultrep.dll error
- 3.1 Register.dll error
- 2 Fix Boot/bootmgr issue
- 2.1 Disk boot failure
- 2.2 Bootmgr image corrupt
- 2.3 Bootmgr compressed error
- 2.4 Bootmgr missing
- 2.5 Boot ini missing
- 2.6 Computer wont boot
- 2.7 Fix bootmgr issue
- 2.8 Bootmgr missing error
- 2.9 Fix black screen on boot
- 3.0 Create bootable liveboot USB
- 3.1 Vista boot disk
- 3.2 Create bootable liveboot CD
- 3.3 Fix blue screen on boot
- 3.4 Protect Boot Sector from Viruses
- 3.5 Vista reboot issue
- 3.6 XP wont boot
- 3.7 Vista wont boot
- 3.8 Fix bootmgr error
- 3 Computer System Error
- 3.1 Misiing operating system
- 3.2 Fix system not found
- 3.3 Grub loading error
- 3.4 Fix runtime error
- 3.5 Operating system loading error
- 3.6 Fix XP crahses
- 3.7 Retrieve lost files after system restore
- 3.8 Restoring corrupt files
- 3.9 Change file system
- 4.0 Vista freezes
- 4.1 Computer freezes after startup
- 4.2 Ntfs.sys missing/corrupted
- 4.3 Ntldr error
- 4.4 Ntldr missing
- 4.5 Ntldr compressed
- 4.6 Fix MBR error
- 4.7 Ntdetect failed error
- 4.8 Ntoskrnl.exe Missing
- 4.9 Fix MBR missing
- 4 Other Computer Issue
- 4.1 Clone USB
- 4.2 Migrate OS to SSD
- 4.3 Clone OS to Hard Drive
- 4.4 Recover data after disk wipe
- 4.5 Speed up computer
- 4.6 Boost computer speed
- 4.7 Registry repair
- 4.8 Backup OS
- 5 Fix Blue/Black Screen issue
How to Fix Ntdetect Failed Error
NTDETECT, the full name of which is ntdetect.com, is a component of Microsoft Windows NT operating systems that works on the x86 architecture. It's responsible for detecting basic hardware and gathering information to boot up the operating system. When NTLDR takes over control of booting process, NTDETECT will be invoked and hardware information is collected and transferred to ntoskrnl.exe, the Windows kernel. NTDETECT.com file is included in Windows XP, 2003 and Vista,
When you are booting up Windows system and if ntdetect.com is deleted, damaged or corrupted, the boot process may not succeed, and the following error message will be given: "NTDETECT Failed". Sometimes, you probably have issues with the ntldr and boot.ini files as well.
Solution 1: Use Windows Recovery Console
If you have a Windows Installation Disc at hand, it's easy to fix NTDETECT Failed issue. Do as follow:
1. Reboot computer and change boot sequence to make CD-Rom as the first boot device, insert Windows CD/DVD and restart again.
2. When the "Welcome to Setup" screen appears, press R to start the Recovery Console.
3. In Recovery Console, type the Administrator password (blank by default, so just press ENTER).
4. Execute following commands. Assuming the CD/DVD drive is D: and the system drive is C:. Change them according to your case.
copy d:i386 tldr c:
copy d:i386 tdetect.com c:
5. If an invalid boot.ini error message is prompted, you also need to create a boot.ini file by type in bootcfg /rebuild, and hit ENTER.
Add installation to boot list? (Yes/No/All) - Type Y.
Enter Load Identifier: - Type Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home Edition for your selection in the boot menu.
Enter OS Load options: - Leave it blank, just press ENTER].
6. Take out the CD and type exit before pressing ENTER, and reboot the computer.
Solution 2: Boot up Any Computer and Fix Problems
For users who have no Windows Installation Disc or netbook users who usually have no CD-Rom,
2. Insert the CD, DVD or usb drive, and reboot your computer.
3. Choose "Boot from LiveBoot" on the Boot Menu to enter the virtual system.
4. Select "Windows Recovery" and click Boot File Recovery to fix NTDETECT.com failed error.
5. When Boot File Recovery complete, restart your computer.
6. If no other issue, the NTDETECT Failed error should be fixed, and you can then see your familiar desktop.
Tips: Several problems may occur when downgrade from Windows Vista to Windows XP. Therefore, you are highly recommended to wipe clean the hard drive before installing Windows XP. And you'd better prepare all hard drivers at hands because you may find out some drivers only support Windows Vista.
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