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Choose a valid restore point from the list and follow the instructions. Most of the time, however, memory fails slowly and will work up to a point.If your system memory is failing, Windows may be unable to start in any mode.Replace the memory This is for win xp Andy All goes smoothly for me but still goes to blue screen 🙁 Any idea why i get f:/minint instead of c:/windows? It has some tools on there to retrieve data that you may have on there. this contact form

NPS Worked for me. http://blogs.tech-recipes.com/davak/ davak Sorry, Ashley. Finally, when it was done, a message appeared that saiud "CHKDSK found one or more errors on the volume." Then there was a brief delay and some HD use data was Steve says: 4 years ago Thank you! https://www.lifewire.com/fix-a-computer-that-always-stops-at-startup-settings-or-abo-2624445

The first line said "checking the volume", then next three lines said "performing additional checking or recovery" then next line is saying at 27% complete. You will lose all your data, but it beats getting a knew hard drive or not using your laptop at all. Halcyone Hello I,m using an Acer Travelmate Laptop with a windows XP installed. for your options.

  1. Oh well, time for a new computer anyways.
  2. The first is when you can log in to your computer and don’t get any display.
  3. prior.

You will boot off this and run a scan. Dharweengusain thnaks for your help i was able to fix the problem Vinyeno OK, so I have the same problem as everyone else on here except my screen is completely unreadable. Any thoughts? I hope it works for you.

Wilber Members 38 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Wake Forest, NC Local time:09:16 PM Posted 07 December 2013 - 08:56 PM I was out and I need to step out again but Read more. Gautam I went into the BIOS and changed the First Boot priority to CD ROM but the screen says Booting from ATAPI CD ROM … and then the blue screen error(Unmountable http://www.howtogeek.com/173828/what-to-do-when-windows-wont-boot/ It does allow me to boot to dos, though.

If you do see that icon, open up the driver and you’ll see a message box that reveals where the conflict is taking place. Depth For a computer noob like me I have no idea what to do I have a Sony Vaio laptop it gets this error but I don't know or have a When it prompts me for my password, it restarts again with no chance of getting into the desktop. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

Black Screen on Startup, Can't Load Safe Mode Started by Please_Help2 , Dec 06 2013 08:13 PM Please log in to reply 13 replies to this topic #1 Please_Help2 Please_Help2 Members steve worked cheers Joeblow Will a windows xp pro disk work if I have xp home on the computer Benjamin I'm not a tech person, and I'm also not trying to either of these the right ones? Thank you.

Make note of the last file it was trying to load before it failed. weblink I am using an Acer TravelMate 2300 with XP. It has gotten to 75% completion twice and both times after, it drops to 50% completion. Then, click Normal Startup, then Apply, then OK, then Restart.

took free antivirus off and downloaded new one. All Rights Reserved. Anonymous Hi I've tried this, and other things, but it doesn't work. http://linux4newbie.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-stop-0x00008086-error-can-t-even-get-into-safe-mode.html isnt that supposed to be /r?

This will launch a utility which will check for errors on your hard drive. 4. i looked and tryed to delete it since it was unusable....it told me that my computer might not run properly if i deleted it.....but since it never really was loaded onto mine is HP laptop almost 5 years, I had a free anti virus with Avasti , but wife bought a new one and we got for free "webroot" hat we could

It sounds simple enough.

Worst offenders are PCI modems and then the next is network cards. Another very useful scan to run is to check for any odd Registry entries or problems. You never know.Note: See Tip #3 at the bottom of the page for help if Windows does actually start in one of the three modes above.  Repair your Windows installation. I've waited for a hour, and it does nothing.

what can I do THANKS TO YOU ALL STEVE Helpful +42 Report xpcman 16995Posts Wednesday October 8, 2008Registration date ContributorStatus January 30, 2017 Last seen Oct 21, 2008 at 10:23 PM Debebe My laptop is Toshiba corei5 installed with Windows 8. Can anyone help or does this mean I have to replace my hard drive? his comment is here A friend of mine was in the BIOS setup.

In the left side of Display window, select Project to a Second Display. This worked for a few hours, then same failure. Bumming Hi, Unfortunately I do not have my XP Install Disk (either lost or never received one with laptop). dimas i dont have the dvd installer should i bought the same version between the installer and the system operation of my win7 ?

I had a bsod back in 1991. I am using Windowps 8.1 and it automatically reboots so I don't know how to disable anti-virus and restore the last working session all in the one cycle. Continue Reading Up Next Up Next Article Here's How to Access the Advanced Boot Options in Windows Up Next List Need to Start Windows 8 or 8.1 in Safe Mode? thank you so much. 5-stars across the board.

And finally, thanks for the advice if the hard drive is toast ... But wouldn't this cause you to lose all the saved files on your hard drive? Now, I am in trouble. Jarryd Pressing R on start up and no recovery mode with DOS prompt appears.

I get the same. But while we have you here, I am curious - what motivates people to automatically attack writers...is it the the ease of the "post" button in the comments area? Thank you so much. Said the volume is write protected.

I tried booting in Safe Mode (with and without Command Prompt) but both immediately go to Startup Repair.