Question about Dell Dimension 9200 PC Desktop
After a problem with my computer, a Dell Dimensio 9200, I got a error on one of my 2 harddisks. I did run Harddrive Diagnostics and this was the result: Drive 0 WDC WD2500JS-75NCB3 Fail. Return code: 4 Drive 1 WDC WD2500JS-75NCB3 Pass My computer is very slow since that problem. I can reach my data and already made a backup from all my data. Does anybody know what the problem is? And how I can solve this? pmglukassen @ hotmail.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like you've had a fatal error - you can reboot the PC back to factory setting - this is called a hard reset - but before you do that - unplug you tower and clean it out (dust & dirt) - once you're done with that - restart you computer and press &hold down the "Ctrl" and "F11" button at the same time - this will let you reset the PC to the original factory configuration.
Posted on May 03, 2009
Your hard drive may be dead, the partition/boot sector is damaged or the motherboard seiral ata chip is bad. If it is one of the first two you will need to delete the partition, re-create the partition and format the drive. Take the drive out and install it in another computer as a slave and see if the drive is recognized and files are all there. If it works in the other computer try backing up the drive and then re-install it in the problem computer and try to format and re-install the system either using the installation discs that came with the computer. If the system utility to restore the computer is located on the drive you might have an issue. You can try using that utility if you have it and it may or may not work.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Unmountable Boot Volumes almost always indicate a failure of the hard drive. You can try running CHKDSK /R from recovery console or a clean installation of Windows. If those fail, replace the hard drive.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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