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Blue Screen 'unmountable boot volume '

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by non, Mar 29, 2004.

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  1. non

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    unmountable boot volume with 0xc...185
    trid alrrdy
    chkdsk /r
    and
    chkdsk/p fixboot
    but it did not help
    my win loads in safe mode
    please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!:confused:
     
  2. PC_Wiz

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    Did chkdisk found any problem with your drive?
    Did you create a partition using a software like Partition Magic ?

    What is the exact STOP Error?
     
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    the chkdsk found an error

    my stop error was
    0x000000ed (0x81f9c948, 0cx0000185, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
     
  4. PC_Wiz

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    So you able to boot to safe mode , but you recive a STOP error when you boot to regular mode. Is that correct? If yes
    What is the exact STOP Error?
     
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    this is curect
    my stop error was
    0x000000ed (0x81f9c948, 0cx0000185, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
     
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    alrdt trid the thing that are sugested in articals
     
  8. PC_Wiz

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    You said that you were able to boot to safe mode is that correct?
    If yes, can you boot to safe mode with networking and install the servive pack?
     
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    i can only boot to safe mode without networking
     
  10. PC_Wiz

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    Since you able to boot to safe mode only then I would try the following:

    1) Disable Network card from device manager or BIOS, then test to see if you able to boot to safe mode with networking.

    Do you get same exact error message when you boot to safe mode with networking?
     
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