Problem encountered in booting process

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I was starting my computer then I observe that windows are in the process of booting up to Windows XP, then an error shows up; Unmountable Boot Volume.

I don't understand what the problem is.

I am afraid to aid by myself with out asking experts then.

Please a little help with this.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #81738

Problem encountered in booting process

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Hello; reasons why your problem existed is that maybe the system file is damaged and can't be mounted, or the BIOS is set to force the faster UDMA modes.

And another reason is your using a wrong wire connector cable. 

Here are some solutions that help you fix your issue;

If it's the connector cable problem then that should be replaced.

For BIOS problem load ''Fail-Safe'' setting (default), then reactivate frequently used options.

For damaged system file, which is the common reason of the problem; Insert the windows XP CD in the disk drive and reboot it. When welcome screen shows up press R.

For having multiple boots choose the installation to be recovered.

Just also simply enter the admin password if needed.

The, type chkdsk /r in the command prompt and hit enter keys.

Then type exit and hit enter keys.

It may takes a little time to boot back, just wait for the system to restart.

Answered By 0 points N/A #81740

Problem encountered in booting process

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Hi,

Causes

This behavior can occur when the file system is damaged and cannot be mounted.

More commonly it is due to a corruption in the BOOT.INI file.

Resolution

Microsoft includes a disk utility CHKDSK that detects and repairs any minor system corruption.

To do this, use the following steps:

  • Enter Windows Recovery Console
  • At the command prompt, type: chkdsk /r
  • Hit Enter
  • When the repairing process completes, type: exit
  • Restart your computer

Thanks,

Anilkumar.

Answered By 0 points N/A #81741

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You are encountering a damaged File System on your Drive C, to fix your file system error.

Boot on your Windows XP installation disc.

Once you booted on your windows XP disc, Press R to enter the recovery console.

Select the windows installation to fix then enter the administrator password.

On the command prompt type chkdsk c: /r wait until it finishes checking your file system.

Type Exit once finish and load windows XP normally.

Answered By 0 points N/A #81742

Problem encountered in booting process

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This can be caused by an upgrade to Windows XP and if the problem is not solved, data can be lost permanently. So follow these steps:
 
• Shut down the computer
• Insert the Windows XP installation disk in the CD/DVD ROM drive
• Start computer
• When Welcome to setup screen is displayed, press R
• If required, enter the password for administrator or leave it blank
• Select the Operating System to repair
• Type chkdsk/p and press Enter
• Once the process is complete, type fixboot and press enter
• Corrupted boot file repair status
• When "write a new boot sector to the partition C and press Enter, this will reboot your computer into Windows.” Prompt appears, press Y for Yes.
• If it works, then all is well. If not, then you need to install Windows afresh.
 
 
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Problem encountered in booting process

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Hello Morgan Norris,

Thanks for sharing your problem.

Dear it seems that your partition table is damaged so that the mounting process is failed.  

You should try to recover your partition table first.

So now  i am going to tell you a best software that will remove your problem.

You should use Partition Table doctor.

You can find this software in Hiren Boot  CD, download this CD from this link.

Thanks

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