windows 2003 server boots to d drive (ntldr is missing)

I have a windows 2003 server that has a logical partition (c and d drive).  when i recently rebooted the server, i receive a ntldr is missing error message.

After opening recover reconsole, I noticed the mapping  as follows:

d: disk0
c: disk1

the c: drive should be the initial drive at startup, but somehow it appears to have been switched.  I am not sure how I can get the server to recognize the c: drive as the correct startup drive.
team_ironAsked:
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FOTCCommented:
have you attemped the standard

fixboot & fixmbr commands?
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team_ironAuthor Commented:
i believe i did run those commands, but will double check
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team_ironAuthor Commented:
i didnt realize i could have a parameter after fixboot.  ie. fixboot c:

that worked.  the server is now starting
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FOTCCommented:
great! good work!
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