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Boot issue 1_07

I always get the problem regarding hard drive,that is 1_07

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  • sknight46 Jan 02, 2009

    my presario 2000 has become so slow and undependable..processor seems to go off/on...

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Recover ur system using F11 during boot.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

  • Jay Patel
    Jay Patel Jul 21, 2009

    During boot press F10 and go to Dignosies and run hard drive test. If its pass than U have OS problem otherwise It's time to get new hard drive.

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press f8 when you start your computer and choose to boot into safe mode with gui. If this boot is successful, then the issue is a software issue (OS corrupted) and you can either try a windows repair using your CD, or try a fresh installation. If the issue persists, then you have a hardware issue. If you are getting this error before anything shows up (e.g. press fxx (some function key) for boot menu and/or press fxx to enter bios or some message regarding boot loader), it could be a motherboard issue. If it happens after these messages, this is most probably a hard drive issue. In case of a hardware issue, visit your nearest computer repair shop and the guy should be able to fix it for you.

In case it turns out to be a software issue, you can save your data by booting using a linux live usb (you can easily find out about this by searching a bit over the internet).

In case, this is a motherboard issue, you can save your data by attaching your hard disk to another computer as an external drive (the repair shop guy will know hot to do this).

In case, this is a hard drive issue, it is not possible to save your data any more using the conventional techniques and unless the data is really really really important (national security important) the effort it takes is not worth it.

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Hi Terrica,

I saw the Video and see that you Laptop will not boot into windows and regarding the error you just posted, shows that the Windows in the Hard drive is not detected properly and or the Hard driver is not detected properly on the Laptop.

Also this can be a possible boot setting issue, you can go and check in the BIOS Screen see the boot options and make sure that the system is not booting into LAN and 1st boot is CD/DVD, 2nd is the Hard Drive, if these settings are correct then the issue is a Bad Hard Drive.

I hope that this will help regarding your concern.

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This issue is often caused by either an incorrect setting in CMOS Setup or a bad boot device, such as a bad hard disk drive.

  1. Verify your boot options are properly set in CMOS setup. I recommend having the CD or disc drive as your first boot device and then hard drive as the second boot device.
  2. If your CMOS Setup has an option to boot from the LAN disable this option.
  3. If you have changed any CMOS settings, make sure to save and reboot the computer.

If this does not resolve the issue, try resetting the CMOS values to the default settings, save and exit.
If this fixes the problem but it reoccurs again later you main need a new cmos battery. Or keep your battery always slightly charged.

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i suggest to upgrade the memory of your laptop. make at least 2GB. if the laptop can accommodate such capacity of memory. please also do check in the manual if can accommodate that kind of capacity.

and with regards to a crackling noise. please check your hard drive by using the checkdsk. maybe your hard drive has bad sectors or the disk inside don't function very well.

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Try booting from the Operating system disc, into the recovery console.
check when booted, where your hard drive is.

if not try safe mode, reboot tapping F8 while booting,
choose safe mode from list, check for hard drive when booted in places like,

My computer, device manager, anywhere on the desktop if you get there,

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Power off, remove tha battery.
Carefully remove the HDD, and just as carefull reinstall it again.

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Hope that helps.......

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