How to fix the blue screen problem showing on my laptop

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Hi,

Every time I try to turn on my laptop, I see a blue screen. I am also receiving the message “INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE.” My problem is, I did not set up a recovery disk and I do not also have a Windows 2000 disk. On the other hand, I cannot plug my hard drive into another computer because I do not have one. What are the possible ways to fix this problem?

 

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Answered By 5 points N/A #106906

How to fix the blue screen problem showing on my laptop

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Hi Maryanne

This error occurs due to a number of reasons. It generally indicates that the system has trouble accessing the boot device with which you normally boot which is your hard disk. This could be caused by the corruption of system files on the hard disk. This could have been checked by checkdisk option through Recovery Console only if you had the Windows 2000 disk.

Another cause is the installation of a new hardware or a new driver. Remove any newly added hardware and start the computer.

If the installation of a driver caused this problem the select The Last Known Good Configuration when you press F8 while booting. Try booting in Safe mode first.

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How to fix the blue screen problem showing on my laptop

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If on starting your computer you receive “INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE” blue screen error, first thing to check is the USB port. Check if there is a flash drive inserted or plugged in to one of your USB ports. If you found one, unplug it or remove it then restart the computer. This should fix the problem.

On the other hand, if there is no flash drive plugged in, next to check is the optical drive. If you have a CD or DVD drive, eject the tray and check if there is a disc inside and then remove it. Restart the computer and the system should be back to normal. Try also starting the computer using the last known good configuration.

Restart the computer then press F8 before the Windows logo appears. In “Advanced Boot Options” screen, scroll down and select “Last known good configuration” then hit Enter to boot.

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