Question about Dell INSPIRON 1300 Celeron 1.4GHZ,256MB DDR,CDRW/DVD,WIFI,40GB,15" WIDE LCD,WINDOWS XP (617977104046) PC Notebook
My name is Vikram Kumar Thumu, from India-Hyderabad. I have seen your message on the issue related to error messages . I would like to provide my suggestions on the issue. I hope that this should work for you and will resolve the issue.
Well, this issue could causes due to below :
1. Hard Disk Drive Failure.
2. Operating System Error.
3. Could also happen if the connecting cable between Hard-Disk Drive to Motherboard on PC is bad.
To isolate and to resolve the issue, please try below solutions....
First, try to enter to BIOS while you restart your PC. You can enter in to BIOS by pressing a key that says like "Enter Setup ", press F2 or F5 or F8 while booting of PC.
Note, the key to enter to BIOS is unique for PC, hence please refer to Screen that says at start up, you should see few keys that are available for entering in to SETUP.
once if you are able to enter in to BIOS successfully, then please try to locate to options that says like Hard-Drive test,, this is generally located under tools or under Diagonistics
If test is fine, then drive is okay, else if it resports a message with word "Failed " at the end/. Then it confirms that Hard Drive Is fault.
Then please replace a new Hard Drive for PC.
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This should resolve the issue for you.
If you need any further assistance on the issue, you can mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org . I'll be glad to help you.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
This happpens when either you have a damaged file system or are using a 40 pin calbe when a 80 pin is req. To fix a damaged file system restart into the recovery console and then use the chkdsk /r command to repair the volume. After you repair the volume, check your hardware to isolate the cause of the file system damage.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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An unmountable boot volume error means that the operating system cannot boot from the hard drive either because the boot files are corrupted, the hard drive is faulty or there is a problem with the cable connecting the hard drive to the computer. If you are booting your PC and come across a Blue Screen of Death stating UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME, don't despair.
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