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Diagnostic test result cmos information test failed

Will not boot recovery disk one loads then gives no option to recover except exit

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SOURCE: Recovery Disk can not recover system

It could be a hard drive crash. Can you refort the hard drive and see if you get any errors.

Check to see if you have any scratched on the CD.

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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SOURCE: zd8000 wont boot up

try to get into SAFE mode... tap F8 repeatedly when you first power on. You should get a safe mode boot menu, select last known good profile and press enter.

If this does not work reboot go into SAFE mode and select Safe Mode from menu and see if it will boot up.

You may get a pop up to use system restore, say yes, select restore to an earlier date (or similar) then use the calander to select a restore date that is PRIOR to the problem starting.

If this does not work boot to safe mode again and say NO (cancel) to use system restore and see if you can get to the desktop

post back results for further troubleshooting

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Acer 4520 laptop media test failure

Your hardirve is damaged or your partition is corupted to fix this problem reinstall windows and make a new paetition or check inside your computer to see if a cable from the hardrive is desconnected.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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SOURCE: D610 DST Short Status Test Fail

It appears your hard disk has died and it may not be possible for you to retrieve your data.
Remove your hard drive from the laptop and insert it into an USB harddrive adapter, (they are not expensive and you can use it later as a external hard drive). Then plug it into the USB port of a working computer. The computer should/may see it as an external drive, if you are lucky you will be able to copy your data, if not, you are out of luck.
There are companies that can recover data from faulty hard drives, but it will cost you an arm and a leg for their service.

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SOURCE: startup repair won't run

"Unmountable boot volume" this problem is your hard disk partition which is failure to recognize & identify the operating system running on the hard disk. Reformat your hard disk and put another operating system to run again your computer.

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Pxe-61 media test failure.check cable pxe-mof: existing pxe rom.loading drmk v8.00


This issue is often caused by either an incorrect setting in CMOS Setup or a bad boot device, such as a bad hard drive.
Verify your boot options are properly set in CMOS setup. We recommend having the CD or disc drive as your first boot device and then hard drive as the second boot device.
If your CMOS Setup has an option to boot from the LAN disable this option.
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.
Then try re-booting and tapping the f12 key which should start up a diagnostics page

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If you replaced the CMOS battery, you need to go into the BIOS settings and make sure that the date and time are correct and all the settings are ok. There should be an option to restore default settings. Save and exit. Then try again. Make sure that the boot order is set correctly too.

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Dell Inspiron 9100 running XP boots up but then won't work. Diagnostics results in the fololowing: --DST Short Stats Test-- Test Results: Faill Error Code: 1000-0142 Msg: Unit 4: Drive Self Test...


Hard drive has bad sectors. Before your replace your hard drive when getting this error, try this- Boot from a Windows XP CD and choose Repair at the first prompt to get the recovery console. Type "chkdsk c: /p/r" at the prompt. Repeat until there are no errors found. Exit and reboot. It worked for me.

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File: \Windows\system32\ntkrnlpa.exe. status: 0xc0000098 windows failed to load and no recovery disk


Running the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool
If Startup Repair is unable to get your system running again, and if neither System Restore nor Windows Complete PC Restore has returned your computer to a condition of reliable health, consider the possibility that you have failing memory. To test this hypothesis, click Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool in the Startup Recovery Options menu. The Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool will ask whether you want to restart now and check for problems (the recommended option) or check instead on your next startup. Because you're having trouble getting to that next startup, you presumably want the first option. For more information on this you can refer the link below.

Make system repairs from the Windows Recovery Environment
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Make-system-repairs-from-the-Windows-Recovery-Environment-from-Windows-Vista-Inside-Out


Run check disk command from Windows Recovery environment to fix bad sector on your hard drive
a) Insert the Vista DVD, and boot from the DVD.
b) As you want to boot the computer from the Windows Vista DVD, you need to press a key, on your keyboard when you see the prompt. You should now see a black screen with a white status bar at the bottom stating Windows is loading files.... After a while, the status bar will turn completely white and you will see a screen stating that Windows is loading. The Windows Setup environment will continue to load and when finished you will be presented with a screen that prompts you for information about your location and language.
c) At this screen you should configure the Language to install, Time and currency format, and Keyboard or input method options so that they are set correctly. When done, press the Next button. You will now be at the main Windows Vista setup screen where you would normally install Vista on to a computer.
d) As we want to repair the computer, you should click on the Repair your computer option. This will bring you to a new screen where the repair process will look for all Windows Vista installations on your computer. When done you will be presented with the System Recovery Options dialog box
e) Select the Vista installation you would like to repair
f) From the system recovery options, choose command prompt and enter the command chkdsk /r.
For both the above steps you can refer the link mentioned below.
http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/95b4c03a-ac42-49a4-a90d-8f3736a995271033.mspx

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I deleted the administrator my mistake now i cannot login to windows can I reset to the factory settings


hi, hope this helps,

1. Make sure the computer is turned off.

2. If any peripheral devices, except the optional external CD-ROM drive unit

(CE-CD05), are connected to your computer, disconnect them.

3. Turn on the computer.

4. When the message Press <F2> to enter SETUP appears, press F2. The

Setup Utility opens.

5. Insert the Product Recovery CD-ROM disk 1 into the CD-ROM drive.

6. In the Exit menu, select Load Setup Defaults; then, press Enter twice.

7. In Boot Sequence of the Main menu, set CD-ROM Drive to the top of the list;

then, press ESC.

8. In the Exit menu, confirm Exit Saving Changes is highlighted and press

Enter twice.

9. Read the message on the screen, and select the operating system which you

had selected for the first time you use the computer; then, press Enter.

You cannot change the operating system from the first choice.

10. Read the message on the screen, and select the way to recover your system;

then, press Enter.

11. Read the message and select Continue; then, press Enter.

12. Read the message and select Continue again; then, press Enter.

13. If you see the message asking you to insert the Product Recovery CD-ROM

disk 2, remove the disk 1 and insert the disk 2; then, press Enter.

14. If you see the message asking you to insert the Product Recovery CD-ROM

disk 3, remove the disk 2 and insert the disk 3; then, press Enter.

15. If you see the message The Operating System has been recovered

successfully, remove the Product Recovery CD-ROM disk 3. The system will

restart automatically.

16. When the message Press <F2> to enter SETUP appears, press F2. The

Setup Utility opens.

17. In the Exit menu, select Load Setup Defaults; then, press Enter twice.

18. In the Exit menu, confirm Exit Saving Changes is highlighted and press

Enter twice. The system restarts.

19. Set up Windows, following the instructions on the screen. When you finish
the setup, the recovery is completed.

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I have an HP dv6700 that won't boot windows. It's running vista 32 bit with Phoenix bios on there. I have tried a recovery disk but there seem to be no startup errors nor did it find memory nor hard drive...


BIOS diags do not test RAM's Windows functionality. Download Microsoft's Memory diagnostic too and burn to a cd. then test your memory.
To run Windows Memory Diagnostic, you must reboot your computer with the disk or CD-ROM on which you installed Windows Memory Diagnostic in the drive. After the reboot, Windows Memory Diagnostic will load and its interface will appear. After loading, the first test pass will begin, using the default standard test suite, and continue until complete, unless Windows Memory Diagnostic is either paused or exited. Once the first test pass is complete, Windows Memory Diagnostic will begin a second test pass using the same settings as before. Windows Memory Diagnostic will continue to run test passes until you exit.
http://oca.microsoft.com/en/windiag.asp

Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response

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***STOP:0x00000024 (0x00190203, 0x8A811CA0,


Could be a number of problems, including but not limited to...

1) NTFS file structure is corrupt
2) MBR has been compromised (corrupt)
3) ATA/SATA drivers are corrupt
4) Hard drive is on the way out

Boot your computer using the OS install disk, and run CHKDSK /f from within the recovery console. CHKDSK /p will repair a corrupted NTFS file system (if that's the problem).

If CHKDSK options don't fix the problem, or if the drive is not recognized by your OS, it may be your MBR (Master Boot Record). Use the command fixmbr from within recovery console, then reboot.

MBR may be data destructive, so it's best to use CHKDSK options first. Also, if you are able to get the system to boot up, you'll want to save/recover any data on the hard drive, then run thorough diagnostics on the drive to make sure it's not on the way out (contact Dell for further information regarding this).

Hope this helps!

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Recovery CD not loading onto Hard Drive.


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Recover problem


This can happen if the Recovery Partition is corrupted or the Hard Drive is bad.
 First, I recommend you to check the Hard Drive using the Hard Drive test utility available in the BIOS by following the steps below :
Start or restart the notebook and start tapping the F10 key.
This will get you the BIOS Setup window.
In this. go to the Diagnostics or Tools tab where you can find the Hard Drive test utility.
Select using the Up/Down arrow keys and press enter to start the test.
Make sure that you complete the Full test which may take around 80 minutes to complete.
If the Test result is Pass, we can come to a conclusion that the issue is with the Recovery Partition which is corrupted.
You need to purchase the Recovery Disks for your Notebook in this situaiton.
Contact HP Chat Support to get the exact link to order the Recovery Disks for your Notebook.
However, if the Test Result is Fail, you need to take backup of the data in the Notebook and replace the Hard Drive with a new one.
Hope this helps...

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