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I know I got the F2 setup correct, disabled every thing but the CDrom as the first drive. chaitanya It worked for XP, thanks alot… leanne allister Hi my friends laptop is saying the unmountable boot drive…..but i have no idea how to get to the blue screen and You will be able to navigate to all the files on your HDD.You can backup your files by copying them to a flashdrive or an external hard drive.You may find one It may be able to recover some of the data if it is partially overwritten. weblink

If your desktop/laptop have a microSD slot, you do not need to do this [/NOTE] Look at your SD card, on the side there will be a "switch." Make sure it For a full list of parameters type chkdsk /? Is the drive toast or is there anything else I can try? It worked Greg walker You are a LIFESAVER!!! http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/448423/after-chkdsk-runs-a-message-with-an-unrecoverable-problem-appears/

Isn't there some kind of HD recovery program that does all this automatically ?? webreviewer Perfectly worked fine! If your result does adhere to these criteria, then this may well be the entry you're looking for. i don't even have a floppy drive in it.all i have is a one-slot pmcia.

  1. Ashley Okay.
  2. how am i supposed to perform any tasks to repair this ubv error?
  3. I just don't know how much you know about this sort of stuff. ^_^" Forgive me if I was OVERLY inclusive. 06-04-2010, 03:22 PM #15 oldtiger Registered Member
  4. CHKDSK coverted my user profile folder in "Documents and settings" to a 5.5MB with the same name as the folder.
  5. Erin R.
  6. Once you type in the 8dot3 filename (without the extension), you should hit the spacebar until there are eight characters total in the box.
  7. yep, backed up my Quciken files and address lists….
  8. Stayce I got the same thing.
  9. And on one final note, you may have to log in as the system administrator to be able to access some of your missing files/folders.

Wonderful!! Thank you. Then, backup, delete, and copy all your important files back to the drive. Ross worked for me…thanks!

I have windows 7. I tried that and got the orginal Unmountable Boot Volume. The problem is, I don't have an XP installation disk. http://chkdsk.found.unrecoverable.error.winadvice.org/ Halcyone Hello I,m using an Acer Travelmate Laptop with a windows XP installed.

Open another window showing the location that you wish to copy to .... I'm not sure if Recuva works for RAW, but that is good recovery program you can try as well. Last Jump to page: Results 76 to 100 of 182 44Likes Top All This Page Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search Thread Advanced Search 11-12-2014,08:40 PM Thread Author #76 I then ran “chkdsk /r” and the fixboot again.

If your computer crashes before you get a chance to backup your files, CANCEL AUTOCHK AT STARTUP!! http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/what-to-do-about-chkdsk-message-the-volume-appears/e351d02f-f508-489e-afdc-988d8ddc462c It did take me two tries to get it working. I have a Dell laptop inspiron 700m, working fine until it gave me the blue screen with the unmountable boot volume. Neha0687 doest effect the other partition???

Best, AmanIsDude 12-14-2009, 07:34 AM #8 fraktal Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2009 Posts: 2 OS: Win7 Thanks A LOT !!!! http://jactionscripters.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-gpresult-error-not-found.php Back to top #6 gnfrogger gnfrogger Topic Starter Members 17 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:06 PM Posted 02 April 2012 - 07:48 PM The short test passed after the repair as thanx frickrind just stays in 75% and then the blue screen returns anonymous Everytime Setup finishes, it starts Windows, and then a damn blue screen! If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us.

The following steps will require editing the contents of your hard drive byte-by-byte. Although you may have been able to recover the files using a backup utility, I would wait until your dad finds all the files he needs before trying anything else on What could be the reason. check over here I tried with other keys not at all.

I inserted the CD, right on the startup screen I pressed F12. Reply

03-22-2015,11:35 PM Thread Author #98 UJ95x Retired Ambassador Posts 10,177 Posts Global Posts 10,442 Global Posts Carrier Stock 6.0.1 Re: [GUIDE] Using chkdsk to fix a It says that it's loading n then it totally stops without even showing anything.

Gmcmen You must go into the bios settings by pressing "Delete" at startup, change the "Boot" until the first boot device is "CD Rom" Anonymous you then should try chkdsk /r

Directions for both XP and Windows 7 included. Thanks so much! Rob It worked!! Excellent tutorial! -Abhi Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « never-ending updates | XP opens to black screen, then continues OK » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread

If for some reason that don't work for you, you can boot to the recovery console like above and… Type "chkdsk /r" then enter When done type "exit" and hit enter. This error is frequently caused by unfortunate wear and tear corruption of the data on the hard drive. I did follow your instruction (very detailed and handy for all users even the beginners) but after putting the installation cd (the original) the pc wasn't able to access to the this content HOWEVER, if the value is "00" or some other value beginning with "0", then EUREKA!!

that's the problem,, it doesnt come with administrator password Fred thank you so much it worked. Eventually, if you've done everything right, you should get a result. How do I get into the system to run chkdsk, etc. But first, a quick lesson on the FAT32 file system!

i still can't believe it after an entire day reading topics and almost giving up! Just found that a repair install won't work and to try running the a Hard Drive test tool to see if the hard drive has errors. Unfortunitley, I'm not sure what to do next. Good Luck Roger Fortune Cookie says: Fortune not Found: Abort, Retry, Ignore?

Their entries should be close above or below your result. (Remember, 8dot3 entries only.) Conducting another search for them will take just as long as this one, so it's best to Lori Thanks for making note of the SPACE in "chkdsk /p"…I missed that and couldn't figure out why this wasn't working for me. Bril!! you need to open the iso then copy all the system to your usb, then put ur usb in the usb drive and open it and click on setup.exe this applies

AustrAlienGoogle is my friend. Hey J (the poster above me) enter Y. Okay, it may be too late for that (you are reading this thread, aren't you?) But that's okay. How do I perform these steps if I cant see anything?!?!

Does anybody know the solution. Your help will be appreciated. /\ Dilip Kumar Arturo Ok, I start up windows 7 with the disc and choose repair but then my Windows looks like it's going to start