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Unountable Boot Volume

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by SquisheeXL, Dec 27, 2012.

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  1. SquisheeXL

    SquisheeXL Thread Starter

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    When i start up my system, it loads all the drivers until crcdisk, then a blue screen with unmountable boot volume
    I cant boot into safe mode. but i can get into the F10 edit boot options screen.
    not sure how to fix this.
    either to force windows to start, or do a factory restore....
     
  2. dai

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    it is saying it cannot find the hard drive

    can you see it listed in the bios ok

    if you can see it in the bios run the hard drive makers diagnostic utility on the hard drive

    if you cannot see it listed in the bios check the data cable has not come loose

    try a new data cable on it
     
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