Hello. Recently I downloaded the ISO for the new Windows 7 RC, but I don't have a dvd burner, so I took my Serial ATA drive and formatted it for NTFS, I attatched it to a working computer running windows xp, and from there I mounted the DVD ISO for windows 7, and installed it to the second, newly formatted drive. It went through the install sequence and installed alright, but when I removed it to install it to the computer I wanted it in, upon boot I get the message "ntldr is missing, press ctrl+alt+delete to reboot" and it won't start. I noticed though, on the machine running windows xp, even after the drive was removed, the boot manager still showed the windows 7 install and would try to boot to it, only to give an error. I managed to fix this using my windows xp cd and the recovery console, by using the fixboot and fixmbr command. I think the reason Windows 7 won't boot on my other machine has something to do with the boot sector and the mbr, but I don't have a dvd copy of Windows 7 to fix it from there. I decided to try to use my windows xp cd to try to do the same thing i did with the XP machine to fix the Windows 7 one, but when it asks for an administrator password, nothing i enter works (while installing windows 7 I never created a password.) Is there anyway I can make this windows 7 machine bootable? Maybe by copying ntldr to the drive?