Ok. I am running on a Windows Vista Acer Aspire 5610. I only have 1 GB of RAM so Vista wasn't going too great with me so I decided to get Windows XP and dual boot my way to a better computing experience. After some trial and error, plus directions from http://www.pronetworks.org/forum/about88231.html
, I finally got Windows XP installed. I went onto Windows XP and then my internet wasn't working, so I figured my WLAN inside my laptop doesn't have the drivers on this partition, plus I needed to get .net framework anyway so I got the framework first, and then preceded to restart my computer before attaining the drivers for the internet. When I tried to start up Windows XP again I got an error saying something similar to "\ntldr" then next line "status 0xc000000e". So I google to help fix my problem and try reinserting my boot cd and copy files ntldr to D: (The partition I have XP on) along with ntdetect.com with the lines of command in the recovery "copy D:\i386\NTDLR D:" and "copy D:\i386\NTDETECT.COM D:" I was going to try fixboot, but that was trying to create a boot sector in my C drive which contains Windows Vista and I didn't know how to tell it to create one in the D drive. I almost tried fixmbr, but that message it gave me kind of scared me and made it seems like it would mess with the whole computer. So now I am here at www.bleepingcomputer.com hoping I am in the right forum because I would really like to run Windows XP. Could someone please help me?