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Im getting a message in my bios saying that the serial number is reserved and I can't recover the computer using the recovery disks. Any ideas?

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How to Recover Windows XP Administrator Password?


Computer plays a vital role nowadays. No matter for the business man or home computer user, they all need use PC to do work, watch TV & Video, play online games and so on. Indeed, in some sense computer is already becoming a part of our life. Most of computer users get use to create a Windows administrator password in case of privacy data lack. So, you can image that there are more and more people need to gain access to their PC when Windows XP administrator passwords forgot. Absolutely, you want get out of this situation without formatting and re-installing the operating system? Thus here I point out the easiest and safest method that can help you recover Windows XP administrator password. Let's roll it.

Part 1: Select Windows XP administrator password recovery tool

As you can't login Windows XP operating system, the only thing you can do is making a Windows password recovery disk and using the disk to recover your Windows password, and then you need:

1> a blank CD disk.
2> a computer that can download from Internet and have a CD writer.
3> a program that can recover Windows password. In this tutorial we highly recommended Windows Login Recovery and use it as an example.

Part 2: Recover the forgotten Windows XP administrator password

Step 1. Download Windows Login Recovery from the official website.

Step 2. Install Windows Login Recovery on your Windows XP computer, then launch it (When launch the program, you will see the ISO image file has automatically entered. Please leave it as the default).

Step 3. Choose a device to burn the ISO image file, we select the CD writer.

Step 4. Click Burn and then start to burn the ISO image file (Please insert the blank CD disk into the CD writer first). When the burning completes, click OK and the disk will eject itself.

Step 5. Change your locked computer's BIOS settings to make it boot from CD-ROM: (3 steps)

1). Reboot your locked computer, press F2 or Delete to enter your BIOS setup during the booting.

2). On the Boot tab, set the Boot Device Priority. Make sure the CDROM Drives is before Hard Disk Drives.

3). Press F10 and Y followed by Enter to save the BIOS settings and reboot your locked computer.

Step 6. Use the created disk to recover the Windows XP administrator password: (5 steps)

1). Insert the created disk into the CD-ROM of the locked computer and reboot it (When the locked computer boots, you can see Windows Login Recovery initializing).

2). Enter the ID number of the hard drive volume that Windows is installed.

3). Enter the ID number for the User Name.

4). Enter y (yes) to confirm your action or n (no) to deny the action, then hit Enter.

5). Enter y to continue to remove passwords of other accounts or n to finish (If you enter n, the locked computer will reboot, please eject the created disk first).

Congratulations! You have successfully removed the Windows XP administrator password. Now you can login Windows XP without password and you can create a new one.

on Jul 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to fix "Operating System Not Found" error when you start your Windows...


When you try to start a Windows XP-Based computer, you may receive an error message that the operating system is not found.
APPLIES TO
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Symptoms
When you start a Windows XP-Based computer, you may receive one of the following error messages.
Error message 1
Operating system not found.
Error message 2
Missing Operating System
When you start your computer to the Recovery Console to recover functionality, you may receive an error message that resembles the following error message:
Setup did not find any hard drives installed on your computer.
CausesThis issue may occur if one or more of the following conditions are true:
The basic input/output system (BIOS) does not detect the hard disk.
The hard disk is damaged.
Sector 0 of the physical hard disk drive has an incorrect or malformed master boot record (MBR).

Note Some third-party programs or disk corruption can damage an MBR.
An incompatible partition is marked as Active.
A partition that contains the MBR is no longer active.
Resolution To resolve this issue, use one of the following methods, depending on your situation.

Contact your hardware manufacturer
Your best bet may be to contact the manufacturer of your computer or your hard disk. The manufacturer may have a utility that you can use to perform a more detailed scan for damaged areas of the disk and help verify the correct BIOS settings. However, be aware that the damage to your hard disk may be serious. Sometimes this means that your only solution is to replace your hard disk.

If a fix or workaround is not available, you can use the "Advanced Troubleshooting" section to try to resolve this issue.

Advanced troubleshooting
This section is intended for advanced computer users. If you are not comfortable with advanced troubleshooting, you might want to ask someone for help or contact support. For information about how to contact Microsoft support, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/
Method 1: Verify the BIOS settings
Verify the computer's BIOS settings to make sure that BIOS lists and recognizes the hard disk. See the computer documentation or contact the hardware manufacturer for information about how to verify the BIOS settings.

After you verify that the computer's BIOS detects the hard disk, restart the computer, and then test to determine whether the issue is resolved. If the issue is not resolved, or if the computer's BIOS cannot detect the hard disk, you may have issues with your hardware. Contact the hardware manufacturer to inquire about how to resolve this issue. You may have to replace the hard disk.

For information about how to contact hardware manufacturers, click the appropriate article number in the following list to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
65416 Hardware and software vendor contact information, A-K

60781 Hardware and software vendor contact information, L-P

60782
Hardware and software vendor contact information, Q-Z

Method 2: Use Recovery Console
Use the fixmbr command in the Windows XP Recovery Console to repair the MBR of the startup partition.

Warning This command can damage your partition table if a virus is present or if a hardware problem exists. If you use this command, you may create inaccessible partitions. We recommend that you run antivirus software before you use this command. We also recommend that you backup your data before you use this command. If the fixmbr command detects an invalid or non-standard partition table signature, the fixmbr command prompts you for permission before rewriting the MBR. The fixmbr command is supported only on x86-based computers.

For more information about Recovery Console, click the following article numbers to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
314058 Description of the Windows XP Recovery Console 307654 How to install and use the Recovery Console in Windows XP

on Jul 15, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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HP recovery disks don't boot!


Sounds like you need a windows vista operating system disc. The recovery discs set your system back to factory settings like when you first brought it home from the store. But to me, the system is bloated with all the software and trial junk that you don't need. If you can get your hands on a Vista Operating System Disc, then do a clean install from it. Just make sure your Certificate Of Authentication (COA) sticker is readable so that you can activate the vista once you've got it loaded. If you can't get your hands on a system disc, take it to a computer repair shop, I would think you could find one that will load the operating system for $60 or less.

Mar 15, 2012 | HP Pavilion dv6-1030us Notebook

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I have an older toshiba laptop and i want to reset it to factory defaults because it used to be my sisters and now its mine. help?


try this
Hard Disk Drive Recovery using the recovery partition
You have the options of recovering your system using the Hard
Drive Recovery partition
to the factory-set default, or recovering
just your C: drive and leaving other partitions (for example, a D:
drive) intact, or changing the size of your C: drive and then
recovering it.
To recover your hard disk drive using the utilities stored on your
computer's HDD:
1 Make sure the computer is turned off.
2 Press and hold the 0 (zero) key on your keyboard while
powering on the computer. When the computer powers on, the
Toshiba Recovery Wizard screen displays.
3 Select one of the options, and then click Next. The options are:
? Recovery of Factory Default Software
? Erase the hard disk

1 On the Toshiba Recovery Wizard screen, select Recovery of
Factory Default Software, and then click Next.
The Recovery of Factory Default Software screen appears.
(Sample Image) Recovery of Factory Default Software screen
2 Select Recover to out-of-box-state, and then click Next.
A confirmation message displays reminding you that all data
will be lost during the recovery process. Be sure to save your
work to external media before proceeding.
3 Click Next to begin the recovery.
Once complete, a message displays that the HDD has been
recovered.
4 Press any key on the keyboard to restart the computer.
To recover only your C: drive:
1 On the Toshiba Recovery Wizard Screen, select Recovery of
Factory Default Software, and then click Next.
2 Select Recover without changing the hard drive partitions.
A confirmation message appears, reminding you that all
information on the C: drive will be lost during the recovery
process. Be sure you have saved your work to external media
before proceeding.
3 Click Next to begin the restoration.
Once complete, a message displays that the HDD has been
recovered.
4 Press any key on your keyboard to restart the computer.

Jun 12, 2011 | Toshiba A105-S4054 Notebook

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Have a toshiba sattelite dont know what number. cannot do anything on it. it says that there is no bootable device and to install the bootable disc in which i do not have. how can i get my laptop to work...


Firstly, when the laptop powers up, look for a message on the screen giving you options to press one or more function keys (F1 to F12) to access the bios or enter the system recovery mode. Use the button to access the BIOS SETUP and once in the bios setup, check that it recognises the hard disk (if one is present). If there is no hard disk then check that one is actually in the laptop by opening the hard drive cover on the bottom of the laptop.
Assuming the hardrive is present and is shown in the bios, reboot the laptop and access the RECOVERY mode if possible. There may be a recovery partition on the hard disk which will allow you to recover the operating system to factory default.
If there is no recovery partition then you will need to get hold of a Windows Vista installation disk. You may be able to borrow one from a friend if you do not want to buy one.
Look on the bottom for a Windows Vista label. This label should have a key on it which can be used to activate Windows Vista if required.
If the bios does not show your hard disk or the hard disk is not present in your laptop then you will need to buy a replacement hard disk.

May 20, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite P105-S6197 Laptop

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When my laptop boots up it says operating system not found


Not good. Check your bios for correct drive for boot up, but it sounds like yoru hard drive is not being read....

Oct 26, 2010 | Acer (ACERMOTHERBOARD)

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I have toshiba satellite L305d-s5934, Blue screen error appear and hang, when i boot or when i press F2 to enter bios... if i full out the hard disk the computer says: no bootable disk and if i press F2 to...


Sounds like your HDD may have gone bad. What is the name/number of the blue screen error? Google it and see what it means. It may be possible to reinstall the operating system to the original factory settings using the recovery partition (this is usually accessed by tapping F10 or F11 while booting, although I read somewhere that you might be able to gain access to the Toshiba recovery partition by pressing "0" (zero) while the computer is powering on).

You can try to recover the computer to factory settings. If your hard drive has enough life left on it, you might be able to then clone it to a new drive. Drive Image XML is a free software that will do this for you (get that from www.download.com). This way, when you clone the drive, you will also clone the recovery partition, so you don't lose that option. Once you have a new hard drive up and running, use the Toshiba Utility to make System Recovery Disks for the future.

One more thing: If you have recently upgraded/replaced the RAM - this might be your problem. Put the original RAM back in and see if the computer boots. If so, you found the culprit.

Feb 26, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite L305D-S5881 Notebook

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Operating System Not Found, Can't Use CD Drive


I'm afraid you have a hard disk problem, it has probably failed.
If you have entered your BIOS and the hard disk has been set to auto (detect) and when you boot up and you press F1 to continue and get a message "Operating System not found" then you have most likely a dead hard drive.
There is a slight chance you may be able to recover data from this hard drive. (A lot of users make a mistake of not backing up their data and eventually they learn from this mistake).

To try to recover your data, you need a USB adapter that you can attach it to your faulty drive and then you need to connect this USB device to a working computer. When you connect it to the computer, anf if you are lucky you will be able to see your hard as an external hard disc, if not then you are out of luck. There are companies that can recover data from dead hard drives, but it will cost you an arm and a leg for their service.

It sounds like you also have a faulty CD drive, without a working CD drive you will not be able to install Windows on a new hard drive in your Toshiba. Looks like you also need to by a new CD drive. This CD drive or your external CD drive has to be able to boot up as a first device to install the Windows CD.

Nov 25, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Computer


When you start your computer there should be a message that flashes across the top of the screen which says 'Press F11 for emergency recovery'. Press the F11 key and you will be asked some questions regarding whether you want to back up your hard drive before recovering to initial settings. If you have important files on the computer I would suggest backing up your files. They will be placed in a special folder on your hard drive labeled Backup.

After you have successfully recovered your OS, you can go to Start - All Programs - Recovery and Back up -- then there should be a selection to burn recovery disks. I recommend doing this for future use.

Explanation: The reason you were not given setup disks when you purchased your computer is because your hard drive is oem, which means it already has the operating system preinstalled, all you have to do is setup the administrator and user accounts in order to be able to use the computer. With an oem hard drive, emergency recovery does the same thing as reinstalling the operating system. However, it is always a good idea to have disks made so you have an additional resource for recovering your computer.

May 03, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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