Question about HP Pavilion Elite M9150F Desktop PC
I recently got an HP Pavillion m9150f. Some people have had trouble with either or both of the Segate 320GB drive that come in these things. I recently got a BSOD and the error listed was error code: BIOHD-4 with a descriptor, "Unitialized/corrupt boot structure detected".
Now, I want to just get a new main HD for the thing and use Norton Ghost or such to move every thing over so I won't have to reinstall everything. My question is - if the problem is in the boot sector - will I just be migrating my problem - or - is the SW setup fine and such a move to a new HD be just fine. Thanks in advance.
Can you get it to boot without the BSOD? If the problem is intermittent, it's probably a flaky drive sector. If Windows will boot, you should be able to get Norton to make a good copy.
If it will no longer boot, the sector is probably corrupted. You can tell Norton to do a sector copy & ignore errors, but that may duplicate the problem.
You may want to try what's listed here:
Look under /FixMBR. You could ghost it to another drive, then try that.
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