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What causes a disk device failure error on an HP8550?

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Boot device not found, insert a boot disk and press any key


The "no bootable devices found" error can create headaches, as well as occasional heartache if you're a laptop user. This error appears when your computer is unable to find a device or file required for normal operation. It could indicate one of three issues: hard drive failure, software error or motherboard malfunction. Any of these potential problems can render your laptop useless. Hard drive failure or software errors can lead to data loss, which can cause anguish and catastrophe, depending on the files business information, family photos, student projects at risk.
Hard Drive Failure
The interior of a hard drive is akin to a turntable. Most hard drives contain two to three discs, known as platters, which are similar to records. These platters are read and written on by a tiny needle called the read/write head, similar to the arm and needle on a turntable. When a hard drive functions properly, the platters spin and the read/write head accesses the files necessary to boot your computer. Improper function of any of these physical pieces can cause a mechanical failure and result in the "no bootable devices" error. Software Error
In rare instances, a software problem more specifically, a particularly nasty virus may cause the "no bootable devices" error.
Most often, if a virus attacks and corrupts your system, your computer can still detect the hard drive and operating system, and you'll see some attempt at a normal boot.
If a virus attacks certain system and startup files, however, they may not be detectable next time you boot your computer, thus causing you to see "no bootable devices."
This may also happen if you are manually deleting files from your computer and accidentally delete system files.
Motherboard
Sometimes individual components of your laptop's motherboard malfunction, which can cause problems ranging from loss of wireless capabilities to inability to detect an external power source.
If the components that detect your hard drive fail, your laptop is unable to receive signals from the hard drive and therefore may display the "no bootable devices" error.
Repair
Fixing a "no bootable devices" error can prove costly.
If motherboard failure caused the error, you're probably better off purchasing a new laptop; unless it's under warranty; the average motherboard replacement costs $250 to $500.
You can reinstall your operating system to resolve software errors, which is fairly inexpensive by computer repair standards, costing $80 to $130 dollars, but this step may also overwrite your existing data.
In some cases, data may prove so badly corrupted it's not salvageable.
If you can recover it, however, that raises your repair costs. additional fee.
If hard drive failure caused your "no bootable devices" error, you can replace the drive.
If you need to recover data from a malfunctioning hard drive, send it to a clean room for recovery.
In a clean room, technicians disassemble your hard drive and image each platter; this kind of data recovery is extremely expensive, costing up to $2000 depending on the work involved.
Prevention
There is no way to guarantee you will never receive a "no bootable devices" error, but there are some steps you can take to help prevent it from happening.
Keep your laptop on a flat surface when using it, and avoid any bumps that may cause the hard drive's read/write mechanism to lock up.
Avoid transporting your laptop while the hard drive is active; turn your computer off while traveling.
Additionally, regularly run an anti-malware program to catch and remove viruses or spyware before they cause system problems.
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HP laptop no bootable devices found
Turn on your HP laptop with Windows Vista or Windows 7 and press the "Esc" key repeatedly to access the startup Menu. Press "F10" to access the BIOS.
Press "F9" to restore the BIOS to its default settings. Press "Enter" to verify that you want to restore the BIOS default settings.
Press "F10" to save your changes and exit the BIOS. Press "Enter" to confirm that you want to save the BIOS changes and continue booting up the laptop.
HP Hard Disk Test
Hold the Power button down for 15 seconds when the laptop is turned on to turn off the laptop.
Press the Power button again to turn on the laptop and press the "Esc" key repeatedly to access the startup Menu.
Press "F2" to access the System Diagnostics.
Click "Hard Disk Test" to begin testing the hard drive.
If "Pass" is displayed after all of the tests then the program fixed the error.
If "Fail" is displayed after any of the tests, proceed to Section 3 if you are using Windows Vista and Section 4 if you are using Windows 7.
Recover Windows Vista Factory Settings
Click "Start," "All Programs," "Recovery Manager" and "Recovery Manager" again to open the HP Recovery Manager.
Click "Advanced Options," then click "System Recovery" and "Next."
The laptop will restart and will boot up to the HP Recovery Manager.
Click "System Recovery" and click "Next."
Click "No" when asked if you want to use Microsoft System Restore and click "Next."
Select "Recover without backing up your files" and click "Next."
Click "Next" to begin the recovery process.
When the process is finished the laptop will restart and boot to the Windows Vista setup screen.
Recover Windows 7 Factory Settings
Click "Start," "All Programs," "Recovery Manager" and "Recovery Manager" again to open the HP Recovery Manager.
Click "System Recovery."
The laptop will restart and will boot to HP Recovery Manager. Click "System Recovery," then click "Next."
Click "No" when asked if you want to use Microsoft System Restore and click "Next."
Click "Recover without backing up your files" and click "Next."
Click "Next" to begin the recovery process.
When the process is finished the laptop will restart and boot to the Windows 7 setup screen.

Jun 26, 2013 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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How do you repair a hp521n error


It depends on what kinda error it has..If it is a boot failure is best to see what is saying on screen and select the correct configuration if it is the case..or reinstall the operation system ..If it does not start to show the devices and just has a black screen the issue is physical ..and you have to see whats wrong ..If it is the cpu ..the fan will start but nothing on screen and no action at all not even a beep ..if it is the ram memory it will beep ..and restart in loop ..or freeze with devices on screen but not intelligible ..Ifg it is a hard disk failure will boot up until loading windows but never show windows screen ..and report a issued hard disk ..(in this case may be the bios settings or a unplugged cable on hard disk )
Also when the video card is to blame it may beep in sequence or long ..and showing nothing on screen ..and in this case try to on board video card if it has one ..but after you remove the other one ..
If it is just a classic case of windows failure..and it tries to load it but in error after ..cause it is missing a file or incorrect boot sequence ..just reinstall the operation system or use the recovery partition or disk to do that ..
Let me know more and I will advice after that in case..!

Dec 17, 2011 | HP Pavilion a1450n PC Desktop

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I have a w3622 and put in a new hard drive and tried to use the OS disk that came with the computer. what I get is PXE-E61: media test failure. check cable. Disk boot failure.insert system disk.


Hello,

Sorry to hear about the trouble you are having. Try the following tips and lets see if we can get it up and running.

-Set the boot order in BIOS to boot from the disk drive first. In order to get to the BIOS, you will need to select BIOS option or Settings when the machine is booting up.

Most often, the above error is caused due to incorrect BIOS settings or a faulty hardware, such as hard disk. Sometimes, the error may also occur if the computer tries to boot from a device, on which it cannot find the required boot files. An improperly connected hard disk is also known to cause the same type of issue.


You should follow the below steps sequentially in order to isolate the cause and solve the issue:
  • Verify all the cable connections of the hard disk. An improper or loose connection is likely to be the reason, in case the hard disk has been recently installed or moved.
  • Check if no other storage device is connected to the computer. If it is, remove it.
  • Enter the BIOS setup when trying to start the computer and see if hard disk has been correctly setup and detected in BIOS. If the hard disk cannot be detected due to any reason, you should consider the next suggestion as it might be physical failure.

Regards,
G33k

May 09, 2011 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Non-system disk or disk error replace and strike any key when ready


Hello Sir.

Please check that your cd or dvd drive does not contain any disks when attempting to boot.
This can sometimes cause boot problems. The other problem you may be experiencing is hard drive failure. This can be caused by the hard drive loosing its configuration from wear or failure. Perhaps you have an extra hard drive laying around you can test to see if you get same error.
Thanks And GOOD LUCK!

Dec 04, 2010 | Compaq Evo N610C Notebook

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My Hp probook 4510s cannot boot it gives error of PXE failure after startup screen it says media cable check error.


Your computer tries to "boot" from several devices:

* floppy disk
* CD/DVD drive
* internal disk-drive
* USB memory-stick
* over the network, if it can find a "boot-server" on the local network.

So, the 'PXE failure' and 'check cable' errors occur either because there is no cable connected to the network-port, or because there is no "boot-server" on your network.

Enter BIOS setup, and check the "order" of possible boot-devices,
to ensure that the "network-boot" device is set to the _lowest_ priority.

What this could mean is that the computer *TRIED* to boot from the disk-drive, but *FAILED* to do so, i.e., you have a problem with the disk-drive in your computer. Ouch!

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Drive not recognising MO disk. Orange light flashing endless.



Your drive is not spinning up because of ither a read channel calibration error- or a focus servo error- assumimng your using the same media you always have been- and its not REALLY dusty.

Read Cal failure is caused by the controller and the Focus Servo Failure is caused by the optcs module-

repair cost $285 for either.

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Aug 13, 2010 | HP SureStore Optical 9100mx (C1114M)...

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Five beep post code


The beeps indicate that error is usually caused by hardware incompatibility or failure. More specifically check the following list:
You installed new hardware that is conflicting with old hardware.
There was a reecent electrical storm that caused a surge that damaged parts of the computer.

Try the following:
Remove new hardware.
Remove any disks or USB devices.
Remove any disks, CD's, DVD's that are in the computer and if any USB devices (ipods, drives, phones, etc) are connected disconnect all of them as well. Reboot the computer and see if anything changes.
Disconnect external devices.
If nothing appears to work then try removing the ram and installing a new module.

Jan 28, 2010 | Abit NF-M2S Motherboard

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Printer displays c-0096 on display


C0096 Image Transfer Belt pressure/retraction failure

please have this services as this is a part of the printer that is not consumable.

Code Item
C0000 Main Motor’s failure to turn
C0001 Main Motor turning at abnormal timing
C0016 Bk PC Motor’s failure to turn
C0017 Bk PC Motor’s turning at abnormal timing
C0018 Color PC Drum Motor’s failure to turn
C0019 Color PC Drum Motor’s turning at abnormal timing
C001A Color Developing Motor’s failure to turn
C00l B Color Developing Motor’s turning at abnormal timing
C0040 Suction Fan Motor’s failure to turn
C0046 Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/1 failure to turn
C0048 Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/1 or Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/2 failure to turn
C004C Ozone Ventilation Fan Motor’s failure to turn
C004D Toner Suction Fan Motor’s failure to turn
C004E Power Supply Cooling Fan Motor’s failure to turn
C004F Cooling Fan Motor 2’s failure to turn
C0060 Fusing Drive Motor's failure to turn
C0061 Fusing Drive Motor turning at abnormal timing
C0094 2nd Image Transfer Roller pres-sure/retraction failure
C0096 Image Transfer Belt pressure/retraction failure
C0098 Fusing Pressure Roller pressure/retraction failure
C0200 Cyan PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0202 Magenta PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0204 Yellow PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0206 Black PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0208 PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0400 Exposure Lamp’s failure to turn ON
C0410 Exposure Lamp turning ON at abnormal timing
C0500 Heating Roller warm-up failure
C0501 Fusing Pressure Roller warm-up failure
C0510 Heating Roller abnormally low temperature
C051 1 Fusing Pressure Roller abnormally low temperature
C0520 Heating Roller abnormally high temperature
C0521 Fusing Pressure Roller abnormally high temperature
C0650 Scanner Home Sensor malfunction
C0660 Scanner overrun failure
C0900 Tray3 Elevator failure
C0910 Tray2 Elevator failure
C0950 Tray4 Elevator failure
C0960 Bypass lifting motion failure
C0990 LCT Elevator Motor malfunction(Elevator malfunction)
C0991 LCT ascent motion failure(soft limit error)
C0996 LCT Shift Motor malfunction
C0997 LCT shifting failure
C0998 LCT ejection failure
C099C LCT Shift Gate malfunction
C099D LCT communications error
C0805 Finishing option Paddle Motor malfunction
C0B20 Finishing option Stapler Unit CDdrive failure
C0B2S Finishing option Stapler Unit SlideMotor malfunction
C0830 Finishing option Aligning Bar moving mechanism malfunction
C0B39 Finishing option Front AligningMotor malfunction
C0B3A Finishing option Rear AligningMotor malfunction
C0B48 Finishing option Exit Roller pressure/retraction failure
C0B4A Finishing option Storage Roller pressure/retraction failure
C0B4C Finishing option Exit Motor malfunction
C0B50 Finishing option stapling mechanism malfunction 1
C0B55 Finishing option Staple/Folding Motor malfunction
C0B75 Finishing option Punch Cam Motor drive failure
C0B76 Finishing option Punch Unit Board malfunction
C0B77 Finishing option Punch Side Registration Motor malfunction
C0B78 Finishing option Punch Motor malfunction
C0B79 Finishing option Punch Sensor malfunction
C0B80 Finishing option Shift Motor mechanism malfunction
C0BA0 Finishing option Elevator drive malfunction
C0F30 Abnormally low toner density detected Cyan ATDC Sensor
C0F31 Abnormally high toner density detected Cyan ATDC Sensor
C0F32 Abnormally low toner density detected Magenta ATDC Sensor
C0F33 Abnormally high toner density detected Magenta ATDC Sensor
C0F34 Abnormally low toner density detected Yellow ATDC Sensor
C0F35 Abnormally high toner density detected Yellow ATDC Sensor
C0F36 Abnormally low toner density detected Black ATDC Sensor
C0F37 Abnormally high toner density detected Black ATDC Sensor
C0F3A Cyan ATDC Sensor adjustment failure
C0F3B Magenta ATDC Sensor adjustment failure
C0F3C Yellow ATDC Sensor adjustment failure
C0F3D Black ATDC Sensor adjustment failure
C1200 Standard controller configuration failure
Cl 203 File Memory mounting error
C1204 Memory capacity discrepancy
Cl 220 Image Input Time Out
C1229 Image Output Time Out
C1240 JBIG0 Error
Cl 241 JBIG1 Error
C1242 JBIG2 Error
C1243 JBIG3 Error
C1250 Compressor 0 command buffer stop failure
C1251 Compressor 1 command buffer stop failure
C1252 Compressor 2 command buffer stop failure
C1253 Compressor 3 command buffer stop failure
Cl 261 Compression hardware timeout
C1265 Extraction hardware timeout
C1279 PCI-SDRAM DMA operation failure
C1290 Compression/extraction timeout detection
C12B1 Image processing ASIC failure 1
C12B2 Image processing ASIC failure 2
C12B3 Image processing ASIC failure 3
C12B4 Image processing ASIC failure 4
Cl 2C0 Hard disk recognition error
C12C1 Hard Disk Error 1
C12C2 Hard Disk Error 2
C12C3 Hard Disk Error 3
C12C4 Hard Disk Error 4
C12C5 Hard Disk ErrorS
C12C6 Hard Disk Error 6
C12C7 Hard Disk Error 7
C12C8 Hard Disk Error 8
C12C9 Hard Disk Error 9
C12CA Hard Disk Error A
C12CB Hard disk data transfer error
C12CC Hard disk unformat
C12CF Hard disk specifications error
C12D0 Controller hardware error
C13C8 New Transfer Cleaner Unit reset-ting failure
C13CA New Fusing Unit resetting failure
C13D1 Cyan Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
C1302 Magenta Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
C13D3 Yellow Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
C13D4 Black Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
C13D5 Cyan LPH correction data down-load failure
C13D6 Magenta LPH correction data download failure
C13D7 Yellow LPH correction data download failure
C13D8 Black LPH correction data download failure
C1800 Controller start failure
C3310 CCD clamp/gain adjustment failure
C3331 MSC undefined malfunction occurring
C3332 Scanner Section undefined malfunction
C3333 Engine Section undefined malfunction
C3E00;C3E01;C3E02 NVRAM initialization failure
C3F00 Vendor connection failure
C3FFC ROM contents error upon startup(LPH)
C3FFD ROM contents error upon startup(Scanner)
C3FFE ROM contents error upon startup(PRT)
C3FFF ROM contents error upon startup(MSC)

Aug 14, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Malfunction detected C-0096


C0096 Image Transfer Belt pressure/retraction failure

please have this services as this is a part of the printer that is not consumable.

Code Item
C0000 Main Motor’s failure to turn
C0001 Main Motor turning at abnormal timing
C0016 Bk PC Motor’s failure to turn
C0017 Bk PC Motor’s turning at abnormal timing
C0018 Color PC Drum Motor’s failure to turn
C0019 Color PC Drum Motor’s turning at abnormal timing
C001A Color Developing Motor’s failure to turn
C00l B Color Developing Motor’s turning at abnormal timing
C0040 Suction Fan Motor’s failure to turn
C0046 Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/1 failure to turn
C0048 Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/1 or Fusing Cooling Fan Motor/2 failure to turn
C004C Ozone Ventilation Fan Motor’s failure to turn
C004D Toner Suction Fan Motor’s failure to turn
C004E Power Supply Cooling Fan Motor’s failure to turn
C004F Cooling Fan Motor 2’s failure to turn
C0060 Fusing Drive Motor's failure to turn
C0061 Fusing Drive Motor turning at abnormal timing
C0094 2nd Image Transfer Roller pres-sure/retraction failure
C0096 Image Transfer Belt pressure/retraction failure
C0098 Fusing Pressure Roller pressure/retraction failure
C0200 Cyan PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0202 Magenta PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0204 Yellow PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0206 Black PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0208 PC Drum Charge Corona malfunction
C0400 Exposure Lamp’s failure to turn ON
C0410 Exposure Lamp turning ON at abnormal timing
C0500 Heating Roller warm-up failure
C0501 Fusing Pressure Roller warm-up failure
C0510 Heating Roller abnormally low temperature
C051 1 Fusing Pressure Roller abnormally low temperature
C0520 Heating Roller abnormally high temperature
C0521 Fusing Pressure Roller abnormally high temperature
C0650 Scanner Home Sensor malfunction
C0660 Scanner overrun failure
C0900 Tray3 Elevator failure
C0910 Tray2 Elevator failure
C0950 Tray4 Elevator failure
C0960 Bypass lifting motion failure
C0990 LCT Elevator Motor malfunction(Elevator malfunction)
C0991 LCT ascent motion failure(soft limit error)
C0996 LCT Shift Motor malfunction
C0997 LCT shifting failure
C0998 LCT ejection failure
C099C LCT Shift Gate malfunction
C099D LCT communications error
C0805 Finishing option Paddle Motor malfunction
C0B20 Finishing option Stapler Unit CDdrive failure
C0B2S Finishing option Stapler Unit SlideMotor malfunction
C0830 Finishing option Aligning Bar moving mechanism malfunction
C0B39 Finishing option Front AligningMotor malfunction
C0B3A Finishing option Rear AligningMotor malfunction
C0B48 Finishing option Exit Roller pressure/retraction failure
C0B4A Finishing option Storage Roller pressure/retraction failure
C0B4C Finishing option Exit Motor malfunction
C0B50 Finishing option stapling mechanism malfunction 1
C0B55 Finishing option Staple/Folding Motor malfunction
C0B75 Finishing option Punch Cam Motor drive failure
C0B76 Finishing option Punch Unit Board malfunction
C0B77 Finishing option Punch Side Registration Motor malfunction
C0B78 Finishing option Punch Motor malfunction
C0B79 Finishing option Punch Sensor malfunction
C0B80 Finishing option Shift Motor mechanism malfunction
C0BA0 Finishing option Elevator drive malfunction
C0F30 Abnormally low toner density detected Cyan ATDC Sensor
C0F31 Abnormally high toner density detected Cyan ATDC Sensor
C0F32 Abnormally low toner density detected Magenta ATDC Sensor
C0F33 Abnormally high toner density detected Magenta ATDC Sensor
C0F34 Abnormally low toner density detected Yellow ATDC Sensor
C0F35 Abnormally high toner density detected Yellow ATDC Sensor
C0F36 Abnormally low toner density detected Black ATDC Sensor
C0F37 Abnormally high toner density detected Black ATDC Sensor
C0F3A Cyan ATDC Sensor adjustment failure
C0F3B Magenta ATDC Sensor adjustment failure
C0F3C Yellow ATDC Sensor adjustment failure
C0F3D Black ATDC Sensor adjustment failure
C1200 Standard controller configuration failure
Cl 203 File Memory mounting error
C1204 Memory capacity discrepancy
Cl 220 Image Input Time Out
C1229 Image Output Time Out
C1240 JBIG0 Error
Cl 241 JBIG1 Error
C1242 JBIG2 Error
C1243 JBIG3 Error
C1250 Compressor 0 command buffer stop failure
C1251 Compressor 1 command buffer stop failure
C1252 Compressor 2 command buffer stop failure
C1253 Compressor 3 command buffer stop failure
Cl 261 Compression hardware timeout
C1265 Extraction hardware timeout
C1279 PCI-SDRAM DMA operation failure
C1290 Compression/extraction timeout detection
C12B1 Image processing ASIC failure 1
C12B2 Image processing ASIC failure 2
C12B3 Image processing ASIC failure 3
C12B4 Image processing ASIC failure 4
Cl 2C0 Hard disk recognition error
C12C1 Hard Disk Error 1
C12C2 Hard Disk Error 2
C12C3 Hard Disk Error 3
C12C4 Hard Disk Error 4
C12C5 Hard Disk ErrorS
C12C6 Hard Disk Error 6
C12C7 Hard Disk Error 7
C12C8 Hard Disk Error 8
C12C9 Hard Disk Error 9
C12CA Hard Disk Error A
C12CB Hard disk data transfer error
C12CC Hard disk unformat
C12CF Hard disk specifications error
C12D0 Controller hardware error
C13C8 New Transfer Cleaner Unit reset-ting failure
C13CA New Fusing Unit resetting failure
C13D1 Cyan Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
C1302 Magenta Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
C13D3 Yellow Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
C13D4 Black Imaging Unit EEPROM access error
C13D5 Cyan LPH correction data down-load failure
C13D6 Magenta LPH correction data download failure
C13D7 Yellow LPH correction data download failure
C13D8 Black LPH correction data download failure
C1800 Controller start failure
C3310 CCD clamp/gain adjustment failure
C3331 MSC undefined malfunction occurring
C3332 Scanner Section undefined malfunction
C3333 Engine Section undefined malfunction
C3E00;C3E01;C3E02 NVRAM initialization failure
C3F00 Vendor connection failure
C3FFC ROM contents error upon startup(LPH)
C3FFD ROM contents error upon startup(Scanner)
C3FFE ROM contents error upon startup(PRT)
C3FFF ROM contents error upon startup(MSC)

Feb 10, 2009 | Kyocera Office Equipment & Supplies

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Media Test Failure, Check Cable.....


This is an Invalid / Non System Disk error.In your Bios settings change the "First boot device" option to your hard disk.If you have only one hard disk set it to "HDD 0"
Other causes of the problem are:

  1. Floppy or CD that is not bootable is currently in the computer.
  2. Hard disk's power or data cable is not connected properly(loose contact)

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