This error has been known to occur as a result of one or more of the following: Cause 1: Failed/Incompatible disk controller drivers As explained above, if Windows is unable to just I couldnt find much to help me being an imac user, and generally isnt anything to do with them 40/80 pin cables as imacs r built to run xp and It fixed the problem on my laptop David Thanks for that! Wes Used the chkdsk /r to fix my daughters dell with XP Home. weblink
What rules/software apply? 0 unmountable boot volume error Related 0problem booting crusty old windows XP0Windows xp recovery console without Ntfs.sys? (0x00000024 BSOD)1Windows XP not starting up anymore (BSOD)1How to diagnose a The Stop is...... Step 3 – Error Fixing By Changing A Bios Setting Mainly, this step is only for those users who having this problem while installing Windows into their computer or laptop. Düşüncelerinizi paylaşmak için oturum açın. http://www.deskdecode.com/how-to-fix-bsod-unmountable-boot-volume-stop-0x000000ed/
sorry for bad english kimir thanks , it works ,, thank 1000x Moray hi there i am having this problem with my acer 5942g laptop i dont have the win 7 I ruled out a dead hard drive by switching the ports: -- HDD A was plugged into SATA-0, and HDD B was in SATA-1; in that configuration, only the SATA-0 slot Anonymous I have a Laptop that is runing Vista Home Prem.I can't get the computer to reboot. Then it never changes.
It was a bit of a challenge because my OS is in Japanese! daniel marquez > hi thanks for your time. Edited by Anshad Edavana, 14 May 2013 - 11:53 PM. Unmountable Boot Volume Xp If problems continue, disable or remove any newly installed hardware or software.
Murat Kaya thanks, it works… Guest NO THANKS , IT DID NOT WORK rhia oh my gosh thanks so much it worked fine! Unmountable Boot Volume Windows 10 Fix thank you so much. 5-stars across the board. Did you fix it?
To clarify: Replaced two SATA drives with a single working drive, Windows XP still cannot detect it despite the BIOS recognizing the drive perfectly fine. 07-30-2009, 05:28 PM #5
There is no new hardware or software that was installed prior to this. Unmountable Boot Volume Windows Xp Fix Without Cd Shotaro enter Y THANKSSSS OMG THANKS tipmonkies!!! :):) IT WORKED 🙂 wow unbelievable for computer noobs like me haha. Just got the unmountable boot volume screen, but no matter what I do I cannot stop the comp from rebooting itself the instant the blue screen appears. Many many thanx.
I will run MEMTEST86 (embarrassed that I didn't think to try that). http://superuser.com/questions/177440/how-to-fix-unmountable-boot-volume-0x000000ed-on-my-windows-xp-dell-laptop The exact instructions differ from one manufacturer to the other, but the options will resemble what is shown in the screenshots below.SATA Mode American Megatrends BIOS Attempt to toggle Unmountable Boot Volume Windows 7 Fix 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 Unmountable Boot Volume Error Windows 10 Using a Windows XP Home CD (from a Dell Dimension 2400) gives the same error message.
Bouno bouno pache to andy………………do you still have a cd/dvd in the bay or maybe a data usb that has a autorun ini logged in it? http://easywebvideosoftware.com/unmountable-boot/bsod-0xed-unmountable-boot-volume.php success! but i'm sure u must have done it anyway 🙂 Jim Worked like a charm! Does this mean that the drive is toast? How To Fix Unmountable Boot Volume
If you REALLY need to breathe life into this pc, you could try downloading Universal Boot CD and burning it to a cd, boot from it and test the integrity of danitz On your bios change the firstt boot to your disk drive Mkddude8 Where can I find my "bios"? Insert the HP or Microsoft XP installation disc in the CD or DVD drive and press the Power button to start the computer. check over here I'm on Vista and going crazy trying to fix without disk….helllllpppp plz John THAAAAAAAAANK YOOOOOOOU!!!
if you are running windows, then its something i havent had before, maybe a format c: helps? Unmountable Boot Volume Windows 8 Finally, when it was done, a message appeared that saiud "CHKDSK found one or more errors on the volume." Then there was a brief delay and some HD use data was I've also tried the bootrec options, everything except (/fixboot) work. /fixboot says my volume is unrecognized or corrupted.
Depending on when the error occurred during the start up process, it may be possible to get past the error message by doing one or more of the following actions. Cause 2: Attempt to load Windows from wrong partition Another scenario where Windows will be unable to load its core drivers and other basic dependencies would be in a situation where I googled to fix it and everything says to load my disk to boot it. Unmountable Boot Volume Windows 10 No Cd hope so as last time this happened had info recovered and hard drive replaced shawn > still waiting for some one to chime in here.
Some are really simple when some keep coming back with the same problem and we can't work out what it is! –Dean Perry Aug 18 '10 at 18:27 Yeah, CLOSE Home Software Bios BSOD Blue Screen Drivers Internet Errors Operating system Sound & Audio USB Disk Hardware Assembly/Disassembly Battery Display Graphic Card HDD & SSD MOTHERBOARD PSU RAM Networking Desk's bouno pache to Tom and Josephine…………….. this content System Restore, available from the Startup Repair/Recovery Console that ships on the Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 setup DVDs, can be used to show a list of "snapshots" of
isnt that supposed to be /r? dell 530s new in 2008. Any ideas? elfie After clicking next on the keyboard input, nothing comes up and it stays at the wallpaper with a cursor.
About 80% of all unmountable boot volume errors is caused by bad sectors and just this hdd scan usually fix that problem with not doing anything extra. I believe he had just turned on his computer for the first time today and it did that. The problem is that I havem any photos in my HD and I don't have any CD/floppy drives for the netbook. Thanks for the help you two! « Hard Drive Related BSOD on bootup | Primary HDD from USB stick » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread
What I have tried (all since the new hard drive was installed): chkdsk /R All suggested solutions in Microsoft KB articles Reseating RAM Opened laptop, reseated all connectors, looked for signs Polarrat1133 Will this delete all my photos and files off my computer? Thank you again. It then says "boot menu".
Marcio Tostes 42.585 görüntüleme 18:48 Windows XP Epic Fail! YOU ROCK!!!! Andy done all the above and still does not work. If the configuration store (BOOT.INI/BCD) is incorrectly set or no longer points to the correct partition, the ntoskrnl will be unable to load Windows from the indicated partition and an UNMOUNTABLE
I have been sent to the BSOD and I can't find a way out. Anon Thanks!