Question about Computers & Internet
I dont have a windows disc, so is it possible that i boot my laptop?...because it doesn't want to boot automatical, and i think the boot sector corupt or something.,help me if u know any shortcuts. Please ,check the pic below. How can i boot Or repair boot sector, without a windows disc?
Restar the computer and HOLD the keys CRTL +f8 and put the last time the o.s that was working and proceed according.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Circuit shortcut, I think...
I think something else is happening, windows cant work mechanically, if it stops it stops. What is probably happening is that there are programmes or driver problems running in the background and the system is as you think freezing and starting again. Run an antispyware scan and also see if the same thing happens when the pc is in safe mode (F8 on boot up and select start windows in safe mode), if not then it is more than likely a driver issue, but it is then down to a process of illimination.
Posted on May 04, 2007
SOURCE: Hard drive cant boot
If you're running Windows XP, put your Windows XP (or recovery) disc in, load Windows Setup, then press R for Recovery in setup. You'll be asked eventually which installation of Windows you want to use, it's usually 1. It'll ask for an admin password, if you haven't set one, hit enter. Then type "fixmbr" and confirm the action. Restart, then that should sort your problem.
Posted on Sep 08, 2007
SOURCE: \system32\hal.dll. MISSING FILE
YOU NEED TO DOWN LOAD THIS PROGRAM FROM MICROSOFT.
ONLINE ADDRESS BAR: WINDOW DRIVERS FOR SYSTEM32\HAL.DLL
OR FIND THE FILE IN THE ORIGINAL SOFTWARE YOU INSTALLED THE WINDOWS VERSION ONTO THE SYSTEM
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
You could have a faulty disk controller. Try inserting a different working hard disk into the HP and see if it can detect it in the BIOS. If not then the disk controller is faulty and this is a motherboard problem. A replacement motherboard may not be worth it, put your money towards a new laptop and put the hard disk into an USB hard drive adapter case and use it as an USB external hard drive.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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