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My OS is correpted it gives blue screen

I have hp laptop, OS is corrupted how to recover Os or To format how can i take my data backup.

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Im not suprised as alot of recovery disks seems to be a fail. If you call up HP theyll most likely send u a free set of recovery disks if you push them enough. The HP recovery disks issues are actually a generic disk to recover different DV models so theres more likely a chance that it will fail too.

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Recovery of my r51


The O.S is corrupted and you want to format the HDD of your Laptop.before formatting backup your all data,so that you can easily format and install new O.S.

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Feb 14, 2014 | Lenovo ThinkPad R51

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Windows XP Repairing


XP is a windows based operating system. XP is client OS which file format is Fat32 and NTFS. Some time for user fault, unauthorised operation, improper shutdown, viruses or any other cause may corrupt this file system and it may crash your windows also. Formatting and reloading of windows can solve your problem easily. But maybe there formatting is not possible for important data or for product key. So there repair of OS is only way to recover.

I have facing almost the same problem once. There customer have a confidential file in his system's desktop. Desktop belongs in C: drive where the OS resides. First I tried to recover the data but nothing is possible there. Then I started to repair the Widows. I insert the XP CD in DVD-Rom drive boot from it. Start the windows setup after loading files it ask for a repair (R key) I have ignore it by pressing Enter then the license agreement screen appeared. Then the OS instruct to press F8 to agree with the license and continue setup. After pressing F8 it will find the previous version of OS, if setup found any previous version then it will give you option to repair the OS again. But that day I don't get this option. It shows total disk space of C: drive have remain free space. So that there was not any file to recover the OS.

Then I go to boot the system again but formatting is not possible so after loading files at the first while the first repairing option appeared I have accept this repairing option. This option is from dos repairing option. After pressing "R" while appear the dos screen. Then press Enter to continue. Then I run the command "chkdsk" in C: drive to check the disk. After complete the disk checking and fixing the error I reboot the system again. After that I have Boot the system and after completing the whole process I choose the second repairing option. Then I got the previous version of OS and start to repair the previous OS. It now just loads the file and get started XP after booting. I got success to repair the OS and recover the data.
So it is a secure and easy process of recovery.

on Mar 12, 2011 | PC Laptops

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Without taking a backup i reinstalled OS,it formatted all partitions,i stopped before it could install new OS,now removed the disk from my laptop,connected to PC,tried getdataback software,it recovers but...


Depending on what OS you were coming from and going to, the setup would have created a folder called "old windows" that would have all of your stuff from the old OS along with keeping the old software. At this point, it may be too late to rebuild the data. You could rebuild but installing your software from the cd's they came from or online. Depending on what software you are installing, all you will need is the setup file and a key.

Feb 13, 2013 | PC Laptops

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My screen is black or blank. when I reboot the computer the word "DELL" shows on the screen but then it goes black again. I shut down and rebooted several times with no luck.


boot files missing run a OS repair with OS disc recover and backup your data then do a proper clean OS installation to replace all kernel32 and boot sectors on boot drive

Nov 23, 2010 | Dell Vostro 1500 Notebook

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OS failure


Hello,
Since the OS is corrupt you may need to re-install the OS using the F-11 recovery.
But, before that there are a few options available for you.

Start your computer and keep pressing F-8. It will take you to the advanced boot options. There select Repair and press enter.
The recovery manager will start and will guide you to the repair menu after asking for administrator's password.
There select Startup repair. Cross your fingers and hope it works. If it works and windows starts up and is still corrupt, you may be able to move the data from your user files to some other location easily before recovering your system.

On the other hand if it boots cleanly, you will not need to format your windows partition.

But, if windows is not able to start, you may still be able to back up your documents using the Recovery manager and selecting back up your files.

Then you can re-install windows to give it a clean and fresh look.
It is advisable to use the internal (F-11) recovery because it will format only the windows partition and not the entire disk (which is true in case of recovery discs).

Regards.

Jul 20, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv4000 Notebook

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Hi i m deepak jain...i got a hp nx5000 laptop...it automatically geting restarted...one blue screen appears with a text begning dump of physical memory.....plz can u help me out??


I think Your Os Was Corrupted So
TO Restore it
On Computer startup Press F8 Key Untill U get the Advance Start up Option There Choose Restore My LAst Setting(I forget actual Line But it was the last option )

And press Enter!!
If all well then your laptop OS will run
Else

Format Your Laptop OS And Reinstall it!!

Regards
Vikas Agrawal
MCA

Feb 07, 2010 | HP Compaq nx5000 Notebook

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Blue screen error message (Crash Dump)


kernell has over run the memory....
some corrupt registries may also cause this issue...
u can try to run a registry cleaner (Tuneup Utilitis or Registry defrag etc can do the job...search in google)
else
do a clean install of OS after data backup

Dec 14, 2009 | PC Laptops

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Laptop goes to blue screen then restart Over and Over again


your Os have gone corrupted plz try installing an other OS or just repair it with Os disk if don't to lose data...Regards

Jun 23, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv1000 Notebook

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Restore my hp to all original settings


hi

Restart the system and keep tap on F11 to access the Syste recovery manager if OS is shipped with the preinstalled OS.

Then select Advanced options and select sytem recovery and need to select the recover the os without the data backup

It will completely re-install to os to factory installed os.

With Regards

Jun 10, 2009 | HP Pavilion DV6405US Laptop

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Insataling windows xp problms


i believ ur using 32 bit operating system.change the boot sequence by pressing F12 at restart and select cd/dvd rom option while the windows cd still inside the drive,,format the c drive completely{if possible format the whole hdd} and then reinstall the windows os xp..i hope it will work fine,,just follow the screen prompts very very carefully and u will find everything mentioned,,best of luck

May 14, 2009 | HP Compaq Presario CQ60Z Notebook

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