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This trouble may happen when the boot.ini file is missing or corrupted or damaged. I'm always stopped with a BSOD. What do you suggest? I have learnt a big lesson and have backed up all files from the hard drive. have a peek here

Ran an antivirus check, nothing found. I love you!!! Helpful +5 Report windows93 826Posts samedi 19 mai 2007Registration date November 16, 2013 Last seen Aug 7, 2009 at 03:55 AM Use Drive fitness with UBCD your HDD is probably dead. How do I get into the system to run chkdsk, etc.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Vista Blue Screen and Cannot Access Boot Setup by poluskinha / October 28, 2009 2:37 AM PDT In reply to: That immediate re-boot I have even tried using the recovery disc but,that hasn't worked.I either get the BSOD OR I get nothing but a black screen after it tries to boot up.i have tried When you have the CD ready, follow these steps: Insert the CD Boot into the CD Press R for Recovery Console Type in the administrator password Hit Enter Type the following

Now when I follow same steps to get into recovery console, I can get there, but no command prompt ever comes up, no cursor, nothing… any suggestions Thanks so much Frank get your important data off of it. This sounds like a PSU issue or a badly overheating CPU or faulty RAM. Sign up now.

I'm not sure yet if I can actually create a new Word document or anything though. Add Cancel × Insert code Language Apache AppleScript Awk BASH Batchfile C C++ C# CSS ERB HTML Java JavaScript Lua ObjectiveC PHP Perl Text Powershell Python R Ruby Sass Scala SQL I know absolutely nothing about Raid0 etc. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/97351-45-unable-access-recovery-console Admin If this doesn't work for you, the problem is that the hard drive has crashed.

So I can't boot from a cd and get to the screen with the chkdsk/r etc. can anyone help, please midazolam Report Darkmain- May 22, 2011 at 10:51 PM I had the same screen pop up all the time... Contents1 0x000000ED (UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME)2 0x0000007B (INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE)3 0x00000024 (NTFS FILE SYSTEM)4 0x0000007E (SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED)5 0x0000008E (KERNEL MODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED)6 0x00000050 (PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGE AREA)7 Thanks a ton K S thanx it worked… and saved my work.

y 7. see it here In desperation, based on a related tip in another forum, I started bios setup (F12 on Dell Insp 1545 laptop) and changed the drive controller config - in my case from wrote:> Is your CD Drive set as first boot device in BIOS?> > "losl(removethis)" <"losl(removethis)" wrote:> > >>Thank you, it works but I want it to start from the installation CD-ROM.>>>>**************************************************************************>>Stephen Simple.------------Recent news: You may be interested to have a look at the following:The most popular Linux is...No it's not Fedora, openSUSE, or even Ubuntu.

One question: what are the implications of using the /p command instead of the /r command? http://anyforgeek.com/bsod/bsod-xp-sp2.html How do check if I have this UDMA thing? I can't even get to the DOS prompt. but pc angel has deleted all my photos (about 1000) and im gutted i can never get these photos back..please any ideas how to retrieve my photos????

Thank you!!>> -- > **************************************************************************> Stephen Lo, Vancouver, BC., CA. I thought it would still show up when you booted to dos like that. Make Google your friend too. http://anyforgeek.com/bsod/bsod-i-really-need-help.html For that matter, the last time I had a PC problem and looked for them at home, I couldn't find them then either. 🙁 Is there any other way of working

All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Sebastian Thanks - it worked and saved me for a lot of trouble! But I can't get a command prompt up to do this.

I found that msconfig wasn't where it should be (c:\windows\pchealth\helpctr\binaries) but found a backup in another windows folder through file search and moved it.

Thanks!!! First you need to change the Boot priority of your computer, in order to boot from CD\DVD or Hard Disk. Make Google your friend too. Wilson Miyashiro Okay!!!

Normally by Default that will be HDD (Hard Disk). I got the unmountable boot volume error about 10 days ago. Please try the request again. http://anyforgeek.com/bsod/bsod-please-help.html RUN CHKDISK /F TO CHECK FOR HARDDRIVE CORRUPTION, AND THEN RESTART YOUR COMPUTER.

Were you too not able to enter the Rev console without a BSOD/reboot? Check this page for more info about isolating that error. I'm using my old computer to access the net. Ok I have the same error pop up on my pc the only thing is.

Method #3: Update BIOS Search on your computer manufacturer's website on how to update your BIOS. 0x00000050 (PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGE AREA) The blue screen error with the code "0x00000050" (PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA) Download the Linux version of your choice (usually an .ISO image file). Why does this language test fail? Just follow the on screen options.

i got the dreaded unmountable boot volume message..tried all 5 methods to boot.. Gautam I went into the BIOS and changed the First Boot priority to CD ROM but the screen says Booting from ATAPI CD ROM … and then the blue screen error(Unmountable He handed to me upon completing his work. Try the following ...If your computer is not able to boot into Windows or simply not able to access the internet, you can use a LIVE Linux operating system run from

if i can get into the command prompt i can possibly troubleshoot the issue, but i can't get into it 🙁 really messed up, HELP HIGHLY APPRECIATED. We were only able to get into the windows install program after we did the fdisk and got rid of the partitions Apr 16, 2006 #17 RED WOLF TS Rookie Worked a treat, just followed the procedure as stated. Please please please help..i dont even see the welcome screen.thank you.

After shutting down many times via power button and getting the same blue screen following any attempt to start windows in each and every mode, I pressed F12 and run the I couldn't. Read and learn. 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.

u save the day once again. BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software because of a negative post of SpyHunter. How do I get into the system to run chkdsk, etc.