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Solved: BSOD: Unmountable Boot Volume

I typed in chkdsk /p and hit enter. -- It took some time for CHKDSK to do its work, probably 10 minutes. You have saved me so much time, frustration and money, I can't thank you enough! So far its working well but I think Im going to replace the hard drive anyway. NickBoy98 u are the best now my computer is a liitle laggy but working Ash At last, the solution to the dreaded error that I am experiencing. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-bsod/solved-bsod-0x0a-during-boot.html

It has taken a been a good hour and this step is still not complete. Values of 0xC000034 or 0xC000000E typically indicate: • Disks or storage controllers that are failing, defective, or improperly configured. • Storage-related drivers or programs (tape management software, for example) that are for your options. Jeeg I am currently having this problem with my HP PC.

It's Western Digital. one page comes after loading files from dvd and then it says windows is starting and the mouse pointer rounds for ever without happening something. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 07-27-2009, 02:32 PM #2 makinu1der2 Hardware Tech Team Join Date: Jan 2008 Location: Florida Posts: 15,298 OS: Win7,Win XP,PC LinuxOS My I had selected the first option but it would just give me a...

Please help me!, how can I do that "chkndsk" ? One is to Launch startup repair and another to start windows normally. how to do a chkdsk if i;m not getting there ???? I just see the DELL screen and then the screen informing me of a problem and the choices of using the last configuration that worked, boot normally, safe mode, etc.

you are an absolute LIFESAVER Amanda I can't find my XP installation CD, but have Vista from my other computer, will this screw everything up if I use my Vista CD? JASON! SoftwareBSOD Blue ScreenHardwareHDD & SSDOperating system How To Fix Unmountable Boot Volume STOP: 0x000000ed ? http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/2605/fixing_the_dreaded_unmountable_boot_volume_error/ It's also available for Windows XP and Windows Server.

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J Thanks tipmonkies! then I was able to boot into safemode to do a system restore. Working... From the first section I used the "arrow down" to BOOT SEQUENCE…hit enter… then highlight Internal HDD…enter and follow prompts..

Also, when I first got in, I scheduled a Disk Checkup after the reboot and like what happened before. some bootsectors are different than others Anonymous I have gotten as far as the recovery console from the cd even ran the chkdsk /r (unfortunately the first tech help I found Is there anyway to do this process without the cd? What could cause the need to switch the BIOS settings all of a sudden? 07-31-2009, 05:43 AM #7 raptor_pa TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Central

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Thread Tools Search this Thread 07-27-2009, 02:06 PM #1 MaianTrey Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2007 Location: Texas Posts: 134 OS: Windows Vista Ultimate x64 SP2 My System My Thank you again!!!!! What other 2 partitions do you have (on that disk [not interested in DVD]) Seagate disk or western digital? this contact form Should i attach my hard disk as a slave to another machine and then format my drive and install Windows XP again?

Ferheen OMG IT WORKEDDDDDDDDDDD!! =D THANK YOU SO MUCH =) Mathew It worked perfectly! all in vain !! neo great tutorial and help me fix my pc..

and it only lets me press one letter… so i cant type chkdsk /p….

Can you suggest, how can i save my data on hard disk? Hope this is helpfull Aukittyfan You saved my computer!!! And, it seems to be taking ages and going through a massive amount of files AND FIXING THEM AS WELL. u save the day once again.

Click the Troubleshoot tile Click the Advanced Options tile Click Automatic Repair and wait for the process to complete. just got that unmountable boot error. Launch Startup Repair (Recommended) >> This doesn't work, comes up with the windows 7 background with a cursor and stays there for ever, no dialogue box or anything. 2. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-bsod/solved-bsod-again.html I do have the operating system discs too...just afraid to use them and clear my documents out.

Medina Really really! Anonymous Same thing happen to me. Please try again later. I’ve tried leaving it on but nothing has changed for a few hours shawn hi i was given few disk with my computer one is a operating systems disk and the

Thanks. Technical Information: *** STOP: 0x000000ED (0x80F128D0, 0xc000009c, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) Symptom 2: BSOD with error UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME A variation of symptom 1, with this possible alternate text is this: The text of this Thanks! BronyUnite 56,844 views 3:01 Windows 7 Bootup Problem (Blue Screen - UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME) - Duration: 4:03.

The laptop was working fine yesterday but when I started it this morning i got the unmountable boot volume bsod. Please please please help..i dont even see the welcome screen.thank you. So I downloaded Ubuntu, the Linux operating system. Once the process is complete, EasyRE will report its findings.

Naj Many thanks this worked John T You are a star.