This problem occurred when I was installing the Service Pack 2 and it froze, so I reboot and got the error telling me:
Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: System32DriversNtfs.sys You can attempt to repair this file by starting Windows Setup using the original Setup CD-ROM. Select 'R' at the first screen to start the repair
So I followed the tutorial as I said in the beginning. I run through it all, except at the end the "quit" command doesn't work, and the CD-Rom doesn't eject. So I use "exit" and eject the CD-Rom after I reboot. Then it goes back to the same stupid screen about starting windows. Please is there a way to fix this without cleaning my hard drive and reinstalling windows? I did that 2 days ago because of accidentally messing up the boot file.
If the NTFS.sys file is missing or corrupted, your computer will encounter an NTFS.sys blue screen error and this happens usually. Thus, knowing how to fix NTFS.sys blue screen error becomes important. In addition, boot.ini file missing is also a common similar issue.
If the way above doesn't work, you are supposed to get help from an NTFS.sys error fixer. There must be lots of tools that can do help.
What you need: Windows Vista or Windows 7 disk
1. Insert your Windows Vista or Windows 7 disk into the DVD player and restart the computer.
2. You'll see the boxes of Language, Time and Currency and Keyboard in the next screen.
3. There are two options on the lower left side. One is "Repair your computer", and the other one is "What to know before installing Windows".
4. Click on the first one: "Repair your computer".
5. Windows will then try to find the installation directory for Vista or Windows 7, depending on what you have.
6. Next up is a screen with a box called Recovery Options. Click the first option, Startup Repair.
You'll see a Startup Repair box with the message "Startup Repair is checking your system for problems…".
7. When it's done, it will prompt you to reboot. If there is more than one problem it may reboot again to continue repairing.
8. At this time, you can plug out the DVD, restart your computer and everything should be working normally.
Sometimes, important files get lost when you fix NTFS.sys blue screen error, and it's also possible that some files/data on pc are accidentally deleted or formatted during the process of fixing this issue, under these circumstances, you'll probably need a powerful data recovery tool to get both your OS and your files on the PC back to normal.
Recoverit data recovery software is capable of restoring deleted/lost files or formatted partition from hard drive (HDD and SSD), external hard drive, USB flash drive, memory card, digital camera, camcorder, iPod, Music Player and many kinds of mobile devices (Nokia, Blackberry phones and Phones with older Android OS than ICS). It's pretty easy to use. You can follow the simple steps below to learn how to recover lost data with Recoverit data recovery software.
Step 1: After the installation of Recoverit, launch it, and choose a recovery mode. Here you can choose the "Deleted Files Recovery" mode to start.
Step 2: Then you can select the location to start looking for your lost data. And then you can click the "Start" icon to start the scanning process.
Step 3: It will start a quick scan to find your data. You can turn to try the "All-Around Recovery" option to start a deep scan to search more files If you can't find your lost files after the quick scan.
Step 4: After the "Scan" process, it will display the result on the screen, where you can easily preview the recovered files. Select the target files and click "Recover" button to get them back.
Please do not save the files in the hard disk where you deleted or lost the data.