Got a floppy disk inside or is it something else?
After switching on your computer or after restarting Windows XP you receive the error message ‘Non-System Disk or Disk Error’ and cannot get into Windows.
You receive the following error message when starting or rebooting your computer:
The above error message is usually caused by a non-bootable removable media such as a floppy disk or CD inserted in the computer when attempting to boot.
A non bootable disk or CD inserted can also cause the NTLDR is missing error. See this article for more troubleshooting guides or keep reading on below for more.
Solution – Error: Non-System Disk or Disk Error
Solution 1 – Remove non bootable media
- Remove any floppy disks, CD’s or USB sticks from your computer and restart.
Solution 2 – Follow the NTLDR is missing error troubleshooting article
- This error message is often seen in conjunction with the NTLDR error. Follow the troubleshooting guide found here