Question about Sony VAIO VGN-CR220E/P Notebook
Due to a critical system driver missing or corrupt.
Showing - File: \windows\system32\drivers\volsnap.sys
in Windows boot manager and it will not go away. How would I retrive my Pictures, Documents, etc before I do a system recovery?
There are a couple of ways to do this one of which is putting the laptop hard drive into an external drive enclosure and plugging it into another machine, the other is to create a UBCD4WIN boot disc to back up the data (this requires a little time to setup and you must have a Windows system disc (not a restore disc) to accomplish the CD creation).
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Oct 10, 2012 | Dell Computers & Internet
That can be frustrating :( hope my solution below helps..
on the current situation, I suggest trying the following steps: restart
the computer and keep pressing F8; Use Last Known Good Configuration.
the issue still occurs after that, I suggest testing if we can boot
from a Windows disk. If so, please install Windows on another
partition and access your important data. After backing up those data,
you can use Windows disk to format the drive and reinstall Windows.
However, if we cannot boot from a Windows disk, the issue can be caused by incorrect BIOS settings or damaged hardware. I recommend contacting your computer manufacturer to check BIOS and hardware.
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