I performed a full image archive using TI9.0 a few months ago. When my hard drive crashed I installed a new internal drive and performed a full image archive restore via TI Bootable Media Image from an external USB drive. The restore checked out fine by TI9.0, however when I went to boot up I received the message “NTLDR is missing”. I have an HP Pavilion and am running Windows XP Media Addition. The down side for me is that I never used any of the PC Recovery Tools to create any recovery CDs. Also, I do not have XP Media Addition on external medium. In an effort to get more information on restored drive contents, I downloaded and ran the Acronis Report Utility. It just hung and wouldn’t boot via floppy. I then decided to try and verify that restored drive data was good so I installed it in another machine as a second drive. All the data checked out fine. I could see and access all my data. I then reset the jumpers and reinstalled as the primary boot drive but got the same “NTLDR is missing” message. What should I do next?