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Cannot run the Restart disk

When i run the restart disk, it says press F1 = Ok, so then the next screen says press C if it is ok to restart, the the computer shuts down and i have to run through the process again. It never progresses to the actual restarting part...

Unusual case?

Thanks,
Austin

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  • Drumsrus Nov 01, 2008

    Woah, that was like a forieng language, and I thout i was computer literate.



    If you have time, could you possibly spell it out for me in terms in which i will understand?



    Thanks again,

    Austin

  • Drumsrus Nov 01, 2008

    What about the attaching the external hardrive and such? Step by step instructions please :)



    When i boot the computer without the restore disk, it says:

    Please re-instal the following:

    /system32/ntoskrnl.exe



    Any ideas?

  • Drumsrus Nov 01, 2008

    My apologies,



    I'm new to this site, and did not know of the ratings. (I neglected to see your comments about the ratings until you said last)



    Would you mind answering a couple of questions?



  • Drumsrus Nov 02, 2008

    No problem



    I have read that you can install the windows xp cd to re-install the operating system. Do you think this might work in my situation?



    How about this one on ebay:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEED-A-WINDOWS-XP-CD...



    Thanks again!

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Its MBR is get corrupt. which can not be easily rectified. (with a Startup /Recover disk)

You need to attach an External Hard disk which should be loaded with windows. Make it master after removing jumper.

Once you boot it with and then download the MBR for your OS. Let me know the status uptothis.

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    Puneet Jain Nov 01, 2008

    MBR is Master Boot Record which is Firmware helping in bootup PC for All Operating systems.

    Since Computer have Techincal Terminology So I have to use them.

    AS your Case is critical, I wud like to suggest you to better is call an Expert to repair the LAPTOP manually, you may have to pay the price but it will cost you less than to buy a new Hard Disk or Laptop.

    Please vote the solution now, and if you need more assistance let me know.

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    Puneet Jain Nov 01, 2008

    I have ideas as well as Fix such type of issues, but manually, thats why I already told you To get assistance from a Service Engineer or Technician having related Tools and software to fix your Laptop problem.

    If you dont wish to give any voting then thanks.

    If you like my advise then give me Helpful.

    Best of Luck & Regards,

    Puneet Jain

  • Puneet Jain
    Puneet Jain Nov 02, 2008

    Thanks for your rating. You not need to apolize here. Since you are also worrying to your System Health, and might get fed tired to repair yourself.

    Hey more information you can find out in this website, but better to take help and get it repair with a little cost ~ $ 25.

    Corrupt BOOT file

    Have a Nice Day,

    Puneet Jain

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    Puneet Jain Nov 02, 2008

    Let me know first-  do you wish to reinstall the WIndow or wish to repair ??


    As for reinstalling you might lost all the data included in Root Directory: the main drive where the OS installed -- to recover use the way I told you..

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