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System would not boot. recovery disk error

System would not boot. used recovery disks. got error 10-fc06-000d. What is the problem

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    When you get the error 10-fc06-000d is that on a blue screen that covers the whole screen, or an error box? What is showing on the screen right before/during the error showing?

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From what I've read on this, it seems to be a hard disk problem. Try to get a diagnostics boot CD (a linux distro). Check the hard drive for errors before using your recovery disks.

Did you change the hard drive by chance? If so, check this link:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/itprovistasetup/thread/41238ab3-154a-4438-b331-3495a827c36a

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Follow your Computer Manufacturers instructions on how to use their Recovery disk/s.

Email/phone them, or visit their website, or read any manual that came with your Computer on how to use their Recovery disks.


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