One of my desktops has the following problem: all of a sudden and out of the blue xp wouldn't load and I was stuck with an ntldr is missing sign. Not knowing the admin password wouldn't let me fix the problem with the xp disk recovery console so I decided to download xp again on a new partition. The xp is there alright, but locked up in safe mode out of which I 've not been able to escape no matter what I do. The screen resolution shows up as being incredibly low and I have tried to set it up in high resolution but through device manager it shows up as the vg display driver missing, which I've no idea if that's true or just a consequence of it being in safe mode, out of which I cannot exit.
I've tried to load the display driver again off some disks but haver no idea which of those discs has the vg display driver on it.
Is my computer dead, should I bury it, and then move out of the country or can someone tell me how to do the Lazarus gig on it?
Thanks in advance for any possible.
More Info: Computer is an ASUS.
It has three partitions with xp on them but I have no idea how to access them, and plus if I do, one will probably show the ntldr is missing message anyway. Does anyone know how I can get out of safe mode in my latest windows xp?
Please let me know if I'm not articulating my problem clearly or if I need to provide any additional information.