Question about Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate for PC
Hello all, I bought a HP laptop, which came with Windows 7 and with one partition (C). “Language” of windows wasn’t English, that’s why I decided to format a laptop, to install a Windows 7 English and to create two partitions – one for OS and the other one for my personal data. Then I have done it……… I have installed Windows 7, I have installed drivers, software, etc, but after rebooting everything was crashed… I do not know why, and what happened, but windows failed to start. I have got the following massage: “ Windows boot manager Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. File: \Boot\BCD Status: 0xc0000225 Info: an error occurred while attempting to read the boot configuration data. “ Reinstallation of the Windows doesn’t help. Windows can’t start. I can “log in” into Windows environment only by one more time formatting and installing it. Please note, that I don’t have a “recovery disk”. “Disc Management” shows , that - All partitions are “Dynamic”; partition C, where I have installed OS is a dynamic as well. Most probably, I have changed it during resizing of the partition…. - is it ok, if there is no “SYSTEM” word near “C” partition, where is noted – “Boot, Page File, Crash Dump)? - Why there is no “Primary partition” in Disk 0 ???? Why all is “Simple volume” ? Please note that “SYSTEM” volume came from factory. I do not know it’s contain. Please, help me to solve the problem. I haven’t met such an issue before. Thanks in advance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: about creating setup disk
Nop sorry you cant do that. Even if you could you would end up with the same operating system that you have now which i pressume is playing up and running slow?
Some manufacturers put a recovery partition with the install files on that. All you have to do is boot from it
If you go to the control panel then sysytems and maint and then admin tools then computer management then disk management you should be able to see if you have a recovery partition on your hard drive.
If you do then there will be an option in bios or during boot f12 maybe) to boot from it.
If not then you need to have a vista disk to install. The manfacturer should be able to provide one for you or reinstalll vista onto the hd for you.
hope that helps?
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
SOURCE: Windows failed to start.
You're getting that error message because the boot files on your hard drive (the required inaccessible device) are corrupted.
When first booting, press F8 repeatedly. Will the computer let you go into safe mode? If not, without the installation cd, you're kinda between a rock and a hard place. However, you can download a (free) vista recovery disk (repair only) from the people at easyBCD:
Just follow the directions to do a start up repair.
If that works, by all means, make yourself a recovery cd before doing anything else.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Place the windows you want on the DVD, then turn off the computer and turns on and the trout press f8 till you get it repeatably what you want then formatted and the windows you want Reintal
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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