I got a cheap computer for free, and was gonna just put Win2000 on it. When I try to boot it, I get NTLDR is missing, press CNTRL + ALT + DLT to reboot. Of course, rebooting just sends me in an endless cycle. I have tried to direct BIOS to boot from the Win2000 CD first, but there is no such setting. It is an IBM Netvista computer. Anyone ever get this, or know the way out? I tried to google, but the computer won't boot from 3.5 floppy, so I can't even make a new boot disk.