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Wont boot into windows

Powers on, boots through the post, get to the option screen to start wondows normally or through safe mode etc but doesnt go any further????
has the hhd failed?
any help be great

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  • matyw Oct 28, 2007

    no doesnt boot to safemode either......
    hard drive test comes back with fail #1 07

  • Jason Yang Nov 30, 2007

    Hi, I'm also running into the same problem on my HP Pavilion dv1000. None of the Safe Mode options are working - if I click try them, the system just restarts and comes back to the same thing. I tried the F10 suggestion, and I ran the Hard Drive test. Within maybe 30 seconds, it said: "#1-07 Fail." Does that mean hard drive failure? As in I can't even go in and reformat it at this point, and that I would need to buy a brand new hard drive and install it?

    Thanks for the help!

  • smashly Dec 01, 2007

    computer won't start tried to reboot and do test drive and the test failed. Now what?

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I just having the same problem wiht my notebook
but if I going to the boot-menu and wont to run the "self dive test" then it's just telling me s.th. about "fail # 1 - 07".
I also tried to start at the other Disk that also don't worked.
what kind of problem is it?
Is it an software (form Running System) or form Hardware (Disk by it self)???
Dos it will work if I will reinstall my office-system(<--you will know what I mened)????
Thanks for you help.

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

Hi I'mjust having the same problem,
if I try to start the "self hard drive test" the it is just telling me:
Fail #1 - 07

It's need about 30 sec. but nothing (<--you will know what mend)
happening....

so can you give me an simple advise for that???(pleeeeeeeeease).

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Have you attempted to run in Safe mode?  Does it boot there.  If you boot to safemode and it locks on MUP.SYS most likely just the OS needs reinstalled.  Go in to CMOS (F10 on boot I think) and under tools there should be a hard drive test. 

Hope this helps

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