Normally, this would happen due to BIOS settings. Ebram I can't enter ‘repair your compuer'. P.S., the Ubuntu operating system comes complete with Open Office, which let me view powerpoints and look at my Word documents. I had to do both the chkdsk /p and the chkdsk /r before I saw any improvement but it worked! have a peek at these guys
I'm still shopping for a new computer but at least now I can back things up. Name No! You do. J Thanks tipmonkies! http://www.howtogeek.com/173828/what-to-do-when-windows-wont-boot/
My system has a Hitachi HDD slave drive with an original Win XP that did not boot. insert windows xp disk 2. As I said, had a few laptops before but no major problem with my XPS M1210 for 3 years. elfie After clicking next on the keyboard input, nothing comes up and it stays at the wallpaper with a cursor.
b ok this is it on a normal xp pc clcik del to enetr setup on startup inster our disc into the cd/dvd drive and click advanced bios settings. Andy done all the above and still does not work. Alex Thank you!!! Windows 7 Won't Boot In Safe Mode If you're not sure what it is, all of the account names are listed above the prompt.
THANK YOU for posting this fix. how am i supposed to perform any tasks to repair this ubv error? Many blue screen errors can be caused by an incompatible device driver. More about the author SlimWare Utilities' free SlimDrivers makes this chore remarkably easy, as it scans Windows and lists which drivers need to be updated.
What do I do next? Computer Won't Start Mish THIS IS FANTASTIC! I have the option of installing windows or repair. Steve Genius Kristian Jessen when i write in the code: "Chkdsk /R C:" the command b Knowledgebase Guides Our Recovery Disks for Windows NeoSmart Knowledgebase Knowledgebase Guides Our Recovery Disks for
Jeeg I am currently having this problem with my HP PC. My best solution is to own more than one PC/laptop if you must get online so the repair can wait. Windows 10 Won't Start Up If you register (that's free, too), it will find the drivers and run the update for you. Windows 7 Won't Boot Black Screen Related: Windows Utility Software OS X Troubleshooting 1 2 Page 1 Next Troubleshoot And Fix Your Windows PC Problems Previous Next Troubleshoot and Fix Your Windows PC Problems Networking nightmares?
It's a HP laptop. More about the author Swapping the pendrive for an external (USB) harddisk might help with this. Fortunately, you can remove the password, letting you log on to that account. For that matter, the last time I had a PC problem and looked for them at home, I couldn't find them then either. 🙁 Is there any other way of working Windows 7 Startup Repair Not Working
What I think I need is a Bootable CD but am confused by what I find when I search the web. What do I do next? I got plenty of data on my C drive, especially all my emails that are very much crucial for my work. http://optionrefi.com/windows-7/windows-boot-error.php Insert your Windows installation DVD Power up your PC Press any key when you see "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD…" Click Repair your computer Choose your operating
This worked for me when I had this problem. It should help you get around BSOD while upgrading to Windows 10. I had already done a registry cleaner and that did not fix the boot up. Windows 10 Won't Start Black Screen Report beeram- May 24, 2011 at 04:40 AM Hello, I use windows xp sp2 on computer and am unable to boot it up successfully.
My friend is back again with that same situation. Thankyou very much mate!!!! K S it saved my time and work …. news I connected the laptop hdd on another pc via a usb to pata/sata adaptor and perfomed chkdsk.
maybe try another new install? Paul Did not work first time, but after two tries took PC apart, wiggled all conections etc, then tried procedure again (with /r) and then it worked! However, does anyone know if I follow these steps then will it let me into Windows normally and keep all my files or will it wipe them off as part of Second cd brings me strat to ms dos..where ur chkdsk /p command did not work..
Check for hard disk issues: Click Start Go to Computer Right-click on the main drive, where Windows 7 is installed on, and click Properties Click the Tools tab and at the