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I believe he had just turned on his computer for the first time today and it did that. http://www.pgiammarco.com 23 Responses to "Windows 7 unmountable Boot Volume" Idiot of a.computers says: September 20, 2012 at 2:26 am Having problems. I tried to put them in RAID0 and it worked, but I think the RAID controller is broken (as originally thought) because Windows XP couldn't recognize the RAID and still showed Also, the XP system came already installed, so there is no disc, though I can borrow one from someone else.
I got the unmountable boot volume error about 10 days ago. Thank you! It's great!!! Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.
TechLife 19,211 views 3:13 How to Fix Blue Screen of Death Stop Error 0x00000024 - Duration: 1:47. Would you like to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts? Hurrah! Unmountable Boot Volume Windows 10 No Cd So thanks to this site and another I now have my Dell desktop back.
g drucker Followed this proceedure as stated got msg that "volume appears to contain one or more unrecoverable problems". Stop 0x7B errors could also indicate possible virus infection. I am using an Acer TravelMate 2300 with XP. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/unmountablebootvolume-windows-7-laptop-will-not/5751bfc9-bfc9-4751-b5d9-d5818905a8f5 ciao!
I get the message on the blue screen when trying to turn on my laptop, I have no cd's, no external hard-drive, please help me as I have coursework on my How To Fix Unmountable Boot Volume u may use any service pack version of xp. I thought it was all over when my laptop crashed onto the floor (sry for the pun) and the blue screen appeared - scary and chilling moments. Once I was able to make a working bootable disk from the SeaTools ISO (I used the ISORecorder app from alexfeinman.com), I was able to boot the laptop with the unmountable
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I dont have any windows cd and the worst is that im in the middle of a trip, so is not easy to get the cd. Unmountable Boot Volume Fix Without Cd This feature is not available right now. Unmountable Boot Volume Windows 10 Fix LOL! :D lol if it got bricked 😀 rob Great job.
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Right before I took a bat to it, I initiated the start windows normally choice and it booted up fine. Help! Ross worked for me…thanks! this contact form To do that, you can follow this link to see >> How To Install Windows ? ><< Or otherwise you can move to the next solution if you’re having this problem in
Still Finding Solution or Need Some Help ? Unmountable_boot_volume Windows 10 anon Thanks, The BSOD itself was a little hard to see, it flashed up so fast that I had to capture what it said with a camera. The problem is, I don't have an XP installation disk.
Step 1 – Fixing Corrupted Boot Volume First of all, this first step of this troubleshooting guide is for those who are getting this problem on their Windows Startup because if There actually wasn't a problem. Thank you!!! Unmountable Boot Volume Error Windows 10 Thanks so much!
I think I will print this all out just in case I ever need it again! I replaced the hard drives with a spare that I had (2.5" Seagate 7200RPM - SATA) that is a known working hard drive. Reply Holly says: February 17, 2013 at 6:44 am I cannot thank you enough for posting this solution. navigate here I can't even get to the DOS prompt.
PCTechGuy If you are at all famliar with burning images to a disc, then do a google search for Hiren's Boot CD. when do I put the disk in?