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Zonda I tried this but without success then found this text on another site. chad wow. Thanks! Anonymous try a different installation disk if u can't see the repair option. his comment is here

Nelson Amir Unfortunately I cannot find my Sony Vio recovery cd. XP cd in drive. This may not work for all, but is definatly worth a go before replacing the hard drive. Carrie I am successfully booting from the CD-ROM drive after reading all the useful tips, but I get the black screen with Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Networking, etc. http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/2605/fixing_the_dreaded_unmountable_boot_volume_error/

The computer is stuck in a boot loop between the gateway logo and the Windows XP screen. Stearns volume in this case mens that the "Volume with bars underneath" looks just like what you see on the television screen when you are turning up or down the volume. Johnny Just wanted to say Thanx. You are a true life saver!

Thanks again. BTW, I used my Ubuntu 9.10 disc to access her files and copy them to an external HD before attempting the fix. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. worked absolutely perfectly.

Thanks so much !!! can anyone help me please? it worked. I chose "r" and then after a brief delay it gave me the C:> prompt.

If you get "the volume appears to have unrecoverable errors" ther are very less chances that you boot into same operating system back but if you get " the volume has I just have a quick question if I may. Step 6: On the desktop click "System" which is just like a computer icon. If not, the it may be the hard drive is failing/failed.

Sunny:D Thank you very very much!!!

You would need to boot with that CD first so you can run SeaTools. No XP disc, and no repair option. success!

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nanaof4 at chkdsk /p after 27% it says volume appears to contain 1 or more unrecoverable problems…….this is a dell inspirion 5100……….any ideas? And I checked my files and they are all fine! (but I was backed up anyway so no big deal) Thanks so much! Stayce I got the same thing. weblink Paul Hi Benjamin, did you manage to recover all your files with Unbutu?

saif it's worked, tq bro 😀 Technically Challenged I have gotten the "dreaded" blue screen. PS: Windows vista or Windows 7 can boot successfull . /i'm don't run check this for "XP" Leave a comment Helpful +7 Report jjfreer Nov 2, 2009 05:41PM Just going back As I said in my comment: I had callled Dell three times and they did nothing.

Thanks rip79 Thanks so much worked perfectly really thought the Dell machine was going to the bin with all my photos, thanks bouno pache Fantastic it took 5 minutes……………really appreciate it…….keep

Now all I have to do is get all my files and pictures off for a piece of mind. Thanks Abbs Thanks for the info!!! Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Download that and burn the image to a cd.

Out of the "blue" a BSOD for Kernel_Stack_In_Page error. dont worry about your data ! :) Reply Report Maz- Dec 28, 2008 11:12AM Your message makes no sense to me I'm afraid, I am really not pc literate. If you receive the "unmountable boot volume" error and have an installation disk, you still have a chance to save your system. check over here Please help.

Said the volume is write protected. When you load the cd back in (after burning it) look for a program call Get Data Back NTFS. have you been able to get the solution for removing the blue screen. How do I get into the system to run chkdsk, etc.

Still didn't resolve. Running Windows XP. It works for me. Thank you.

I have a Dell tower and it doesn't have tons of files or anything. ckuk Hey, used this fix successfully with my girlfriend's XP laptop a few months ago and now I'm trying t fix her sister's Vista OS laptop with the same ‘unmountable' problem. Main Menu You are Here Ozzu Webmaster Forum Microsoft Windows ForumWindows Xp Problem: Unmountable ... Please help - - thnx in advance!

I tried putting vista cd instead of 7 n that wont work as well. excellent Advice, really helpful… thankyou. A CCM membership gives you access to additional options. Please email me if you have any info thanks Email Id removed for security Reply Report Galaxis- Apr 19, 2009 02:37PM If "CHKDSK /P" didn't work, neither will "CHKDSK /R"; it's

Parkit Worked like a charm. any thoughts Thanks in advance a4asit Kalkin Posts: 114Loc: India 3+ Months Ago hey i hope you already know about the repair console. Thank you saurabh thanks… callum i got to the point of repairing it but it says setup did not find any hard disk installed in your computer kaleem khan very very