Upon startup, a system shows the error “NTLDR is missing.” You’ve checked for a disk in the floppy drive, but it’s empty. What’s your next step?
A) Boot to the recovery console and confirm that the NTLDR file is really missing.
B) The operating system is corrupted. Reload the operating system to correct the problem.
C) The BIOS may be out of date. Perform a BIOS upgrade to ensure the latest version is installed.
D) The hard drive cables may have come loose. Open the case of the computer and check the cables.