System getting disk boot failure r disk error report
Hello sir my name is G.praneeth kumar currently working in a MNC company in our office 50 sysytems ill be maintaining.The problem is iam using operating system windows XP version 2002 service pack2
some times it will get a problem while switching on the system the error will getting as,Disk boot failure and disk error report for that i dont have solution to check only way ill doing be a Cdrive format.So please make me a reveal for this question???
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Have you looked into using an app called 'Push Bullet'?
It allows you to send files, links, documents, etc from one device to other; I often use it to send images, and such from my phone directly to my computer, or my wifes phone for that matter. The computer or device you want to send to will need to have the program installed as well but it works very well.
MBR stands for Master Boot Record. It is an essential piece of information written on the Hard Drive that allows the program to load. If the MBR is corrupted the computer boot process cannot proceed. You have to repair it. On old systems with a floppy drive you would get a Win98 boot disk on a floppy, boot the system using the A:drive (floppy) then use a DOS command to refresh the Master Boot Record. If your system is using Windows XP tablet PC edition you might be able to use the installation disk to boot to the recovery console and use the command FIXBOOT or FIXMBR. You can also reinstall the Operating System. I hope this answer gave you some starting point to investigate further. There are on the web some software vendors who sell system recuperation CDs. Some may be free other you have to buy.
It means that the BIOS cannot find a disk to boot.
Make sure you selected the hard drive in the boot settings of your BIOS
Remove all external DVD drives or floppy drives or ethernet cables
If you get an error message, you should start troubleshooting your hard drive.
Check your BIOS to see if it's trying to boot to the floppy drive, or CD instead of the hard drive.
Try to boot to CD and see if it runs.
If you can get to CD, reinstall Windows and choose Repair, which will only copy the operating system files, and leave your data files intact.
If all of that doesn't work you may have had a hardware problem with the controller, RAM problem, power surge, or file corruption from any of those, or from a virus. In the end, the last extreme is to do a reformat and reinstall with fresh Windows and start adding your programs back on, one at a time.
Remember to keep your essential data backed up... at least once a quarter if you can! 8^)
When your computer failed to boot from the disk-drive, it tried to connect to a network-accessible "boot-server" via the Ethernet adapter.
However, if there's no cable connected to the computer's Ethernet port, you will get the "check the cable" error-message.
So, your real problem is "invalid partition table", which means that the very first record on the disk-drive is either missing or corrupt.
That first record contains the "partition table", which lists the size of the hard-drive, and the size of each partition (usually only one) on the hard-drive.
So, you'll need to buy an adapter that has a USB-plug on one end, and a connector for your "SATA" or "IDE" hard-drive at the other end.
Remove the hard-drive from your computer, attach it to the connector, and plug-in the USB connector to a USB port on another computer, and then use software to delete and then reconstruct the partition table.
Or, the hard-drive is failing, and must be replaced (maybe under warranty???).
That error message just indicates that the syswtem tried to do a network boot and couldn't since it did not detect an Ethernet cable connected to the port.
Apparently your hard disk has died and needs to be replaced or your BIOS settings have changed and your hard disk is no longer in the boot order. Check your BIOS settings to confirm.
If you have an XP disk, or even one you can borrow, you might want to try to see if you can boot from that. I have one of those machines that I run with regular XP, I wish you well. A still small voice told me to get the extended warranty, and I am so grateful. Since buying mine in Nov 2004, it's gone in for factory warranty at least 12 different times.