INSERT LINUX can write to NTFS volumes so you can boot and copy that file in. But can I ask this question?
Did you type that error message into Google.com to see how others fixed it?
HELP! I'm an IT guy and I still can't figure out how to fix this!!! I get an error message upon startup: Windows could not start because the following file is missing of corrupt:
Please re-install a copy of the above file.
Sounds like an easy fix...BUT...I cannot get to the dos prompt on the recovery console. It says that no hard drives have been found. I am able to get to the dos prompt when i plug in my USB HD and then go into the recovery console, but i am not able to switch to the directory of my fixed HD! My bios does recognize the HD. Is there a tool out there that i could put on a floppy or CD that could fix this? Or is my HD just toast? PLEASE HELP!