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Boot disk problems

I have a T3065 E-Machine, that was giving problems so I decided to reboot. The machine came with 2 disks. 1 of 3 and 3 of 3. 1 of 3 went just fine but 3 of 3 gives an error unable to read. So now I'm half way through the reboot and stuck. What can I do to save the machine? This the first time the disks have been used. Or that I've every tried this. I'm really stuck.

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It sounds like you need disk 2 of 3. Contact E-machines or go to their website to see if you can download.

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Reloaded the factory restoration disk? You rock!
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One more thing glancing at your problem heading you stated;

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1. The BIOS setting for the boot device is not looking for the correct boot disk. This can happen if the modified by software or by a user unaware of the impact.

2. The BIOS battery may be dead, causing the machine to default to factory settings.

In either case above, reboot the machine, press the proper key to access the BIOS and verify that the proper device is selected as the boot disk and is first priority for boot.

3. The hard drive may have failed. The only solution here is a new hard drive, and a system reload/restore.

4. The OS may have gotten corrupted in the boot sector. TO fix this there are a few things that can be done, but for someone with little knowledge of PCs, this is dangerous territory. You can boot to the OS disk and go to the Repair Console, and attempt to do some fixes, such as CHECKDISK, and fixing the Master Boot Record (MBR), but these can result in total inability to recover. Best if you get to this point if yo can find a friend with some experience here to help.

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2. Hard Disk Drive
then save and reboot.
If the system boot, scan your drive with a good anti-virus.
If not, insert your Windows installation disk and reboot, press space if prompt to do so to boot on the CD. Reinstall Windows.
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After this check out or know about your user account is working properly or disabled things.

check your machine, that is connected to a domain controller or simply as an individual machine.

if you cant login with the above criteria.. you have two options:

1. Add another hard disk (if possible or avail), to you machine. boot with that new hard disk(with os). remove you user profile's SAM files. reboot and start with you hard disk.

2. By using password recovery software,
or go to search for some recovery software for password related.

thank you.

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