I've got my first real problem with Windows 2000.
I had just finished doing installing updates from MS, restarted as prompted and I get the error "unable to find Boot.ini, booting from C:\winnt". It goes to the next screen that sais "Missing or corrupt ntoskrnl.exe, reinstall this file to continue". (I believe that's about what it said.) I haven't been able to boot to the command prompt in order to fix anything. The Windows 2000 CD prompts me for a boot disk, If I try to have it repair the installation it states it cannot find windows. I don't have a boot disk, assumed the installation CD was all I needed. I even resorted to just reinstalling windows 2000 but I had upgraded from the OEM installed windows 98 which is only on the restore CD, the installation asks for a windows cd to verify the upgrade.