Question about HP Pavilion p2 - 1310 Desktop PC
I have a hard disk with Windows Seven service pack 1 and i install it on another pc, when i connected de hdd in my computer i received an error text. the boot disk failure. i have reading and my partition is mbr how can i fix this problem. please sorry for my english.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check for previously installed skeduled softwares.
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
SOURCE: 1781 disk 1 failure
It could be the HD failing, the onboard controller failing (meaning the motherboard, or more importantly the laptop is toast), or it might simply be that the HD connection to the controller just needs to be reseated. The first thing to try is the HD test built into the BIOS. It should give a clearer idea of what is actually happening to the LT.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
Try your old HDD in it and see if that works. If it does work then nothing is damaged except your DVD drive/Controller. Try putting the new HDD in another computer, installing windows then putting it back in the HP. If all else fails then flash the bios with an updated image and see if that rectifies the problem.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: boot pc problem 2
Yes you have to delete the partitions making one large drive and then format it in NTFS as XP is more secure in this file system and utilizes the space better.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
If this is all you are seeing, then this is not an error. What is happening here is that your computer is loading Safe Mode. This is a way to load Windows operating system without any extra software or programs, using the most basic drivers and software to load. There are a lot of benefits to accessing this mode, especially if you installed a program that stops you from getting into Normal Mode, or you have a virus that does the same. It makes it easy to troubleshoot. Here is a link to a website with a little more info:
If you load your computer normally by not pressing any keys, then you should be fine.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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