Posted 20 February 2011 - 08:03 AM
Restart to a Windows XP cd (with your service pack on it.) When it finishes loading drivers, press the designated button for "Repair an existing installation." Now, follow any prompts until you get to a command line. Now, type the following (without quotes): "fixboot"
And for good measure, throw in "fixmbr" you never know when your Master Boot Record is slightly corrupted.
Your boot.ini file should now be in working order. Restart your computer, and make sure it worked. If it doesn't, please let us here at BleepingComputer know.
Have a good day!