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AOD255E booting issue

I tried to power on my netbook and it has an error pop up saying unable to load windows... will not turn on at all

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Try pressing F8 as it tries to boot and select repair or restore system.

Posted on Dec 30, 2013

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SOURCE: Boot up issues

run cmos bios and configured boot device..first boot cd rom drive..
then reinstall/repair your os...

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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This could be that the disc is corrupt. Check it for obvious signs, scratches, miscolloration, etc..., or try a different disc if you have one available.

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Have you tried booting in to a Safe Mode and trying to work from there. You can also try using external DVD/CD drive and hopefully it recognize it. Hope this helps.

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If you can still get into the BIOS, see if you have an option for D2D recovery. if so, make sure it is enabled.

restart the system and hold down Alt+f10. if your recovery partition is still intact, this should start a factory reload of your system.

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Fails to boot up from main menu


I don't quite follow your question/statement? Unplug, remove battery, plug in, reboot, at boot start tapping F-11 to try a restore/recovery, Select restore to a date before this issue. If the HDD is working your Restore/Recovery Software should load. If not remove the HDD and test. You have a DVD rom drive?

Feb 08, 2013 | HP Mini 1000 Netbook

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Aod255e wont boot


what is the meaning of won't boot. is your laptop powering on or not. did you see any leds lighting up.

if leds are lighting up then it might be a incorrect ram seating or hard disk might be not connected properly.

if no leds are lighting up. then check your system with the adapter connected.

if it is turning on by adapter connected. then your battery is dead. try to replace your battery.

if you have done all of this. just reset the bios.
WARNING: if you don't have any knowledge of opening a laptop, then don't do the following steps. it is your responsibility for any unnecessary damage.

just open the back cover and reset the bios settings by removing the CMOS Battery inside the laptop.

if you have done this also. take your laptop to ACER service center

Feb 17, 2012 | Acer Aspire One Aod255e-13648 10.1"...

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When I turn my emachines netbook on, it gives me a error screen saying 'run in safe mode (recommended) and 'start windows normally'. No matter which I choose, it goes to the windows load screen...


there is a recovery tool on emachines usually loaded during you boot the system to safe mode. on my case i restore my machine to its default and reinstall my o/s.. hope it helps

Sep 05, 2011 | eMachines eM250-1915 Netbook

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I have a v-epc-001 and when I turn it on it just shows wireless book and a progress bar with 'loading device drivers' underneath it...it never boots to windows


Few computer problems are more frustrating than a laptop that refuses to boot, as troubleshooting becomes infinitely more difficult when you are unable to get into the operating system. By understanding the common causes of laptop booting problems, you may be able to spare yourself the cost of paying an electronics store by resolving the issue on your own.
Laptop computer
Error Messages
If a laptop is unable to boot, there will usually be an error message giving you some idea of the problem's cause. Read this error message to know where to begin in the troubleshooting process. Some common error messages seen on laptop computers during the booting process include "NTLDR" messages, which deal with the operating system, and messages relating to the hard drive and the power supply.

Identifying a Software Issue
If a laptop has trouble booting and displays error messages generated by Windows, the cause is often a failed driver installation or other change that rendered the computer unstable. This type of issue can often be resolved by starting Windows in safe mode, then using the System Restore utility to roll the computer back to the previous configuration. If an external peripheral was recently added to your laptop, such as an external DVD drive, try booting the laptop with the device disconnected, then reconnecting it once Windows is fully loaded.

Identifying a Hardware Issue
Random booting issues on a laptop--those that seem to come and go with no explanation--are often caused by a problem with the hardware. Other symptoms of a possible hardware issue include a system that does not get past the POST screen (the initial monochrome screen displayed when the unit is turned on), or an error message containing the word SMART (this refers to an internal health monitoring system used by hard drives).

Identifying a Heat Issue
For all electronics, heat can be a killer. Heat-related issues can be caused by using the laptop in an unsafe way (such as by putting the laptop on a surface that blocks the air intake port), or by dust building up inside the cooling system. An unacceptable level of noise emanating from the cooling can generally signify that the cooling system needs to be cleaned in order to prevent a more serious issue. If a laptop has a booting problem that only tends to arise after the machine has been in use for extended periods, heat is likely to be the cause.

Prevention/Solution
Do not neglect your laptop's power supply. Laptop power supplies are often quite fragile, and are susceptible to damage from heat (exacerbated by being trapped under a desk or chair) as well as damage to the shielding surrounding the cable. Problems caused by a faulty power supply are often not instantaneous; it can take time for a power-related issue to become evident. To avoid booting problems that may be caused by a power issue, replace your laptop's power supply at the first sign of physical damage.

I hope you find it very helpful. Thank you.

Aug 22, 2011 | ASUS Eee PC 900 16G Notebook

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Had a power outage and when computer came back on says BOOTMGR


Sounds like the power surge possible fried your hard drive. If you have access to another hard drive, try loading Windows on it. That message only pops up when it's unable to boot from the drive it normally boots from.

Mar 24, 2011 | ZT Group CISNET A7022 PC Desktop

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When I turn it on, it say : stop: c00002ia fatal system error, login system terminated, status of 0xc0000022, system shutdown- I have Dell inspiron mini netbook, and the recover cd it came with, but the...


Plug in an external USB CD drive.. place your recover cd in in.
When you power up the machine after you see the Dell logo press the F12 key to bring up the alternate boot options
Select the usb cd ... you may need to watch for another prompt that says press any key to boot from cd

That error BTW indicates you have a corrupt DLL that windows login depends on to load.
Reinstalling should fix it

Jan 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have an Acer netbook Aspireone AOA110. When i boot it up it loads normally until it gets to the "windows is starting up screen" i then get a pop up saying Isass.exe - system error...


Seems like you might have a virus on your laptop. What I'd suggest is trying to boot your computer in safe mode and restoring it to an earlier date. Hope this helps

Dec 30, 2010 | Acer Aspire One AOA110-1588 Notebook

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WIndows doesn't load ,frozen, internet connection problems


For that when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or del or ALt+F2 key to enter in bios.
Then go to boot menu and set first boot device as your harddrive.
Also disable boot from lan in advanced menu.
Disable SATA in bios.
Then save settings and exit then check.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
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May 14, 2010 | Acer Aspire One Netbook 8.9" Notebook

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Laptop suddenly shutsdown at startup


First disconnect anything connected to the laptop not necessary for booting.

Next, when you boot start slowly tapping F8 function key after the BIOS loads, but before you see anything that says Windows.

A menu should pop up. Select Last known good configuration that worked from the menu.

If it still reboots, use F8 to get to the startup menu and select Safe mode.

If you can get to the desktop now in Safe mode, try running a System Restore back to before the problem occurred.

Go to Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools and select System Restore.

Follow the prompts and select a bold date before the problem began. After the reboot the problem may be resolved, but you may have to re-install any recently added software.

If still no go, boot to the Windows CD and choose to run a repair.

Let me know if you need more help.

Honest1abe

Dec 30, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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LSASS "Unable to Load Component" Error


I think because of the power failure, some parts in your hard drive are broken, bad sector may be.
So, when reinstalling, I suggest you to do full format, not a quick format. That way, the installation will recognize the place where bad sector is located, and will not put anything at that place.
Can not load component, usually because windows can not read from the disk.

Dec 07, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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