Sume time not booting os.then windows opening very slow
I m also new installed to os. But not booting in os. sume time disk boot filear, incase in my system booting properly windows opening very slow it is take to more then time. again sys working in 15 min totally anging mouse then keyboard not working. then again not booting and disk boot filear message. what is the problem? then How solve in this problem please tell . i m waiting in your mail.
Re: sume time not booting os.then windows opening very...
you might have a failing hard disk or motherboard, try clear c-mos battery and try again . Also replace any faulty ram and other hardware that may cause the problem , unplug FDD, CD ROM and other devices , replace keyboard and mouse
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For the past few upgrade cycles I have upgraded by purchasing the best value new computers with the OS installed. I connect the old computers to the new via a home network. The newest has Win-7 and is much faster, however, the learning curve is steep getting all the old stuff to work. So for some stuff I still rely on the older machine. This has given me the best results.I still use Vista and XP, but if you feel compelled to upgrade do to security reason I would follow the following outline.
Back up on an external USB drive all important documents. You must do this if not Murphy's rules will apply and it can be a train wreck!!
Down load Acronis from Western Digital website. Make a Boot disk.
Create a clone copy of your master C:/ drive on an external USB drive.
Purchase a same or larger internal PC master C: drive "It must be a Western Digital for the free version of Acronis to work"
Replace current drive with new.
Using Acronis boot disk boot up and connect USB drive
Clone new drive from USB with vista OS using the Acronis boot disk and confirm all is well
You now have a way to go back. Your original drive still has the Vista OS with all your Junk and the new drive should have the same.
Using the new drive go to the Microsoft website and go for OS seven. Keep your clone copy of the vista OS on the USB drive in case the seven blows-up during install.
Retain the original C: drive with the vista OS in case you get into difficulty with the new drive.(mark the drive with date etc)
I have successfully done this for computers and keep a drive loaded with a known good OS for the day it all goes bad.
Sync-toy is the backup program that I use to keep everything up to date.
Are you trying to install this OS (Operating System) , or is it already installed on a hard drive?
If you are installing it, make sure you change the boot order to the optical drive (DVD drive). If it's already installed, was it installed with an OEM disk? If yes, then you might need a new Windows XP disc. This is because, when using an OEM disc, if you change the hard drive or motherboard, it doesn't really work.
It can be many things. If the sound is clicking that is not good. Can you boot to windows? if you can i will describe you what to do then. The problem is that your os can't read boot to start your operating system. Try to hit del before start and set everything to safe defaults, and try again. When did this problem accured, did you install something , maybe remove some hard disk ? The data can be restored, if you have some other empty hard disk insert it inside , remove this that is clicking, install windows again on new hard, after all that insert bad hard disk bad, boot form new hardrive and you will se your old hard disk ( if it is recognized) if not go to computer management -> disk management and see is it listed there... send me some info so we can procide
that is because you are installing over the old one or simply upgrading the old OS, if you want a "multiboot" system each OS has to have its own directory on the drive, IE windows vista installed to c:\winvista and windows XP installed to c:\winxp your c:\boot.ini file which is where boot information is stored should update itself automatically, i do not suggest messing around in this file if you do not know exactly what you are doing as you could render the system unbootable
can you still go to CMOS SETUP? how many beep and beep long of your pc while booting? if you can still go to cmos setup try delete all partition using your windows setup then install a fresh copy of windows. if there are no partition found means theres a problem with your hardisk try put your hard disk to secondary if in primary or use different data cable might be the problem if the data cable is not the problem see the power supply of your hard disk is fine try swap the power suppply of your hard disk and cd-rom drive or extra power supply if power supply is not problem . Buy a Brand New Harddisk might fix it your hard disk might have plenty of bad sector thats why doesn't boot anymore. Hope i help you out ^)^
Start or restart your computer. At the Sony screen, press the [Delete] key or whatever key the Sony screen says to make changes. This should take you to the BIOS. Across the top, choose "BOOT" or "BOOT ORDER" and make your optical drive (CD/DVD drive) first. That way, the Windows install disk will get to run first. Press F10 to save and exit. Make sure the Windows install disk is in the drive and follow the prompts to install windows on the restart.