I would first try building a boot floppy, see Knowledge Base article Q301680 -- this would allow you to boot then...
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copy the NTLDR file from within Win2k.
If that fails, try the R for repair option by booting off the CD -- this may create the NTLDR file for you. If that fails, grab the NTFS4DOS tools from SystemInternals (www.sysinternals.com or www.winternals.com) -- this tool grants you read/write access to a NTFS partition when booting from a DOS floppy.
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