Ok done everything to the letter T and the system recovery is back but the low side is that in the initial stage itself the system says error 1002. Chuck Norris 359,348 views 1:52 BOOTMGR is missing fix - Duration: 9:17. If still error. you said…. "there is no recovery system, when the disc is in and out also the same." what does this mean? 1, do you have the recovery CD disk for the Check This Out
November 1, 2009 zah hi, I have a problem in Activating my Windows vista ultimate 32-bit. Again, the system will not boot to the optical drive. bootmgr is not the problem. If that doesn't work, I would say to reformat. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1722153/windows-bit-unsolvable-problem-extremely-slow-boot.html
if they dont work then list what you have done and what computer you have also the diskpart information is good to have. any further assistance ,ask god to help you April 7, 2009 helder dont forget top leave at c drive at the end April 12, 2009 applegend Thanks for the help! February 17, 2008 nvaeen u can use the "bcdedit" in command prompt ?? Windows 7 Very Slow Startup After Login Double click on it to open the Configure Scenario Execution Level window.
May 23, 2009 cotts73 ok. Slow Startup Windows 7 64 Bit Thanks for this post. December 1, 2008 Superwuppy You can even press the f12 button in 1st bios screen with vista cd in disc-drive and startup will be fixed December 27, 2008 Shizam Thanks. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Status-0xc0000225-boot-error-in-Windows-7/td-p/4765636 DVD-ROM Desktop What I tried: - I changed the boot sequence to the BIOS changing "Boot Up Floppy Drive" [Enabled] to [Disabled] *I think Problem Solved*(correct me if I'm wrong) -
HELP Thank You June 25, 2009 cotts73 Hi Paul, all the information needed should be here on this page. Windows 7 Slow Boot Welcome Screen this one is quite easy to resolve…. Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Expect your reply.
I thought maybe I screwed something up during the original install, and check out your recomendation for formating using the comand prompt. http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2429244/windows-home-premium-boot-disk.html speak to ya soon…. Windows 7 Takes A Long Time To Boot At least, for me. Windows 7 Slow Startup Black Screen Does the white bar and says loading windows files.
from there you should now be in diskpart.. his comment is here I selected the top option buy do not get any operation system to show up. Working... So I had to do a (cold reboot?) and it froze on the TOSHIBA BIOS screen, which then took me to this error. Windows 7 Slow Startup Fix
Thanks May 21, 2009 Damian Hello , Whoever wrote this I just want to say thank you so much for your time in making this , Without you I wouldn't have to do this just type in the following… diskpart (this will start diskpart) you should then see the diskpart prompt as below DISKPART> you then need to type in the folllowing….. My answer still applies to anyone though. this contact form February 22, 2008 rich i had the same problem the other day in the office with wind vista home premium but all i had was a windows xp pro disk i
Step 2: It opens the Group Policy Editor window. Windows 7 Slow Startup And Shutdown Panic averted. I tried a brand new drive that had never been formatted and partitioned.
February 3, 2009 Mark i formatted my computer which was running windows vista home premium. by R. so please kindly help me. Windows 7 Takes A Long Time To Boot Before Login Screen Now this is where im stuck.
Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Repair System Startup for Windows 7 Johnny Phung SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe27,26827K Loading... if its NTFS then change it to FAT32…. navigate here Thanx a lot.
I found out the hard way when the installation messed up the data storage on the storage hard drive. after doing so it now just keep restarting, it will make it to the starting windows screen then it restarts and keeps doing that. I also had installed some new larger RAM, but that worked with everythin else just fine. Check your motherboard or computer manufacturers website for drivers that match the OS version, load them on a USB drive and load them via that screen where you select the OS
The problem is that I have done the usual steps but I never get a System Recovery Menu. Some newer IBM compatible PCs do support UEFI but not all do. goodluck thanks Paul June 6, 2009 Jaspal Wow you are good cotts73/John!! simple….
Please could someone help withfore i go out of my mind. C D HP_recovery E OS_tools F LRMCXFRE i know that D is tyhe recovery image, E is the Opperating System Tools, F…. thanks January 22, 2009 Gary Natasha, The only way I know to get around this problem is to create the boot floppies for WinXP (6 of them) and boot to a While the above command does fix the MBR, and sometimes that is enough, there still might be an error with the system partition’s boot sector and Boot Configuration Data (BCD).
would be nice if you could lisk the disks and volumes from diskpart. Second time I ran this, I didn't receive a popup about fixing my disk, so I tried the bootrec /fixboot method and rebooted, but it did not work for me. You will now be shown a list of the partitions on the selected disk. Any idea how I can fix this?Click to expand...
Great help for all! We are working every day to make sure our community is one of the best. by BC12398 / August 24, 2011 12:16 AM PDT In reply to: Windows 7 SLOW Boot - >5 min I have 5 SATA drives and I recently noticed that drive F: We would love to learn.
January 24, 2009 Laz when it goes to the drivers part it doesnt show anything for example in the picture above it says "Microsoft Windows Vista 45050mb free" mine doesnt show