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  1. tabatot

    tabatot Thread Starter

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    Okay I have a samsung laptop RV411.
    So i closed the cover, and then opened it for transfer. However, I did not shut it down. So when I opened it, it turned black and it turned BSOD. It says KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR. So I restarted my PC. Now, I cant get out of the POST. There is 2 available options F2 for setup and F4 for recovery. I pressed both and it went Please Wait... Forever! I used the recovery disk no luck. need help!
     
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    take the power lead out
    take the battery out
    Hold the power button on for 60seconds

    put everything back in and see if boots up

    what happened when you used the recover Disk
     
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    Nothing happens.
     
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    Pressing F8 does not put you into safe mode? If that is the case, you have major OS problems. I would slave your drive and pull the data off, then reinstall the OS
     
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    It will not be possible to connect your drive as a slave because it is a SATA. In any case, it makes no difference for recovery whether you connect an IDE drive as slave or as master.

    If it comes to that, you can connect your drive to another computer and try to recover your data.

    Can you explain a bit more about what you did? Did you close the lid and then immediately open it again? What do you mean by opening it to do a "transfer"?

    What happened to the screen? Did it turn black or did it turn BSOD, or both? How long was it black before the BSOD?

    After this started, you said you "restarted" the PC. Does that mean that it booted up or did it fail to start?
     
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    Why can't the drive be connected as a slave? Connection type has nothing to do with it, depending on the kit you get to do it.

    I meant "slave" as in hook it to another computer via USB, not actually set it to "Slave" and hook it to the same computer.
     
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    A "slave" is a second drive on the cable of an IDE connection. SATA drives do not have slaves. The drive could be connected to another machine as a secondary, or non-system drive.
     
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    I transfered it to another room. I closed the lid for transfer and when I did, i opened it. After that it goes black. So i did tried to CTRL+ALT+DELETE and move my mouse over and it got BSOD. After I restarted it, it hangs on the POST.
     
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