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I picked windows recovery of my dv9000 and booted it, however it says that one of the windows program was corrupted. What should I do?

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It could be the RAM in your computer that is defective.
If it is, then it would cause "random" errors,
and re-installing Windows will not prevent future "random" errors.

Download the free(!) 'MEMTEST86+' software, and run it for a few hours, to do a "thorough" test of your computer's RAM.

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Gateway zx4800 MBR is corrupt..error code = 0 x 57...too, need to know correct boot sequence


Windows installation CDs and DVDs have a number of system repair and recovery tools included that can get almost any computer back on its feet after a bad crash or faulty operating system installation. One very common problem that comes up when installing a second operating system is a corrupted Master Boot Record, or MBR. Windows System Recovery has tools that can fix a corrupted MBR, but if you don't have an installation CD or CD drive to put it in, you're going to need to copy the recovery materials to another medium, like a USB drive. If your MBR is corrupted, you probably don't have access to your Windows installation, so you'll have to follow most of these steps on another computer.
b> Insert the USB drive into another computer and run a command prompt window by typing "cmd" into the search box of the "Start" menu and hitting "Enter." Enter "mkdir X:\boot," and "mkdir X:\boot\sources" where X is the drive letter of your USB drive. Type "cd" and press the "Tab" key once, then hit "Enter." Enter "xcopy /H boot.sdi X:\boot," "xcopy /H Winre.wim X:\sources\boot.wim," "xcopy /H c:\windows\boot\dvd\pcat\bcd X:\boot," "xcopy /H c:\windows\boot\dvd\pcat\en-US\bootfix.bin X:\boot," and "xcopy /H c:\windows\boot\pcat\bootmgr X:\" to copy the necessary files to the USB drive. Enter "attrib -r -s -h /s X:\*" Enter "diskpart" to run the DiskPart program, then enter "list disk." The window lists the drives connected to your computer. Find your USB drive in the list and enter "select disk X", where X is the letter of your USB drive. Enter "list partition" to see the partitions on the drive and then "select partition X," where X is the number of the partition listed. Insert the USB drive into your computer and turn the computer on. Allow it to boot from the USB drive. You may have to set your USB drive as a primary boot drive in the computer's BIOS first. Enter your computer's BIOS (by tapping Delete or F2 during bootup, on most computers), then put your USB drive at the top of the "Startup" list. Go to the "Startup Repair" option in the "System Recovery Options" window. The "Startup Repair" process should correct your Master Boot Record and allow Windows to boot normally again. You will probably lose access to any other operating systems installed on your computer, though, since this recovery option is only designed to get Windows working again.
Hope this helps.

Dec 29, 2012 | Gateway ZX4800-06 (PWG8502023) 20 in. PC...

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Boot problems and their possible causes & resolutions


Symptoms:
Black screen
"Invalid Partition Table"
"Error loading operating system"
"Missing operating system"


Cause:
Corrupt Master Boot Record (MBR)

Resolution:
Boot into Recovery Console and run "fixmbr" to repair the MBR

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Symptoms:
"A disk read error occurred"
"NTLDR is missing"
"NTLDR is compressed"


Cause:
Corrupt boot sector

Resolution:
Boot into Recovery Console and run "fixboot" to repair the boot sector

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Symptoms:
"BOOT.INI is missing or corrupt"
"Boot device inaccessible"
"Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
<Windows root>\system32\hal.dll"


Cause:
BOOT.INI missing, corrupt or out of date as a partition has been inserted

Resolution:
Boot into Recovery Console and run "bootcfg /rebuild" to repair the BOOT.INI

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Symptoms:
"Windows could not start not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM"


Cause:
Corrupt/missing system hive

Resolution:
1. Boot into Recovery Console and run "chkdsk C: /f" to check the system disk for errors and fix them, then reboot.
2. If the error continues and System Restore is enabled, copy the system hive from the last restore point into \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG
3. If the error continues, copy the system hive from \WINDOWS\REPAIR into \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG
4. If the error continues, perform a repair installation by booting from the Windows installation media


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Symptoms:
"Windows could not start because of a computer disk hardware configuration problem.
Could not read from the selected boot disk, Check boot path and disk hardware."


Cause:
Boot volume (with Windows folder) is not accessible as defined in BOOT.INI

Resolution:
Check the boot volume is accessible

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Symptoms:
Dual-boot 32-bit Windows and 64-bit Windows system reports "NTOSKRNL.EXE is corrupt" trying to boot into 64-bit Windows

Cause:
System volume contains an older boot loader than the boot volume requires - e.g. XP SP2 installed after XP x64

Resolution:
Copy NTDETECT.COM and NTLDR from XP x64 installation media to the root of the system volume

on May 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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System error


I'd recommend that you use some data recovery program

Sep 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to repair a system if it is already corrupt


This is a very broad question. How is the system corrupt? Is the OS Installation erring on boot? What is the OS installed? What is the error?
In a Windows environment you may be able to boot to the OS installation disc and try a recovery installation. On a name brand system there are typically system restore options you can attempt. A non-recovery installation will also repair the system assuming no faulty hardware is to blame.

Sep 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Pc shuts down when signing on to windows


Windows was corrupted by a bad program. Since you don't know which program the best way to fix that is to reinstall.
If you have some files on it that you can't lose then just boot from a Linux Live-CD and copy them. The boot from the recovery disk that came with the pc and reinstall.

Sep 26, 2010 | Gateway GT4022 PC Desktop

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I get a err2err3 when i boot up on HP/windows vista


i think your vista boot dvd is corrupted .just try with another one.i mean your dvd is just sort of malfunctioned because of may be more scratches.
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Feb 22, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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NTLDR MSSING, how can i solve this?


NTLDR is short for NT loader – a program loaded from the hard drive boot sector that displays the Microsoft Windows NT startup menu and helps Microsoft Windows NT load. So when it goes missing for some reason, your windows cannot load.
Cause:
1. Computer is booting from a non-bootable source.
2. Computer hard disk drive is not properly setup in BIOS.
3. Corrupt NTLDR and/or NTDETECT.COM file.
4. Misconfiguration with the boot.ini file.
5. Attempting to upgrade from a Windows 95, 98, or ME computer that is using FAT32.
6. New hard disk drive being added.
7. Corrupt boot sector / master boot record.
8. Seriously corrupted version of Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
9. Loose or Faulty IDE/EIDE hard disk drive cable.
if there is attached drive ,remove the drive first before restarting the system if not then if you had access to another computer, copy the NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM which is available from the recovery CD which comes with computer. If you do not have the recovery CD, its available on microsoft site or is available from another computer using the same Operating System (Windows XP ). The location may be C:\i386\ntldr C:\i386\ntdetect.com use a bootable disc to restart the computer (the Win XP bootable CD or Win 98 bootable CD worked). After entering MS DOS mode, copy these 2 files to the C drive in the proper location. After restart, then pressing F10 on start up (used for system recovery ), then start the repair of Windows via system recovery This will reinstalled all Windows drivers and system files, while preserving all data on your computer.

Sep 16, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My dv9000 also keeps going into start up repair


Seems like windows got corrupted or a bad program installation,like an update caused this problem...there could be other problems too.Have you tried "Load setup Defaults" in the BIOS [F10 at startup] also check to see if your HardDisk and Ram are there. You need a windows custom BOOT disk that must've come with the laptop for repair and diagnosis [F11 for the recovery Mgr]. Or You can simply re-install windows. If this doesn't solve the problem then contact support..http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/contact_us.html

Aug 23, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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Will not complete boot sequeance


Several possibilities. 1. Your windows installation is corrupted. You will need to use your recovery CDs or the recovery partition to reinstall windows. 2. Hard drive failure causeing windows corruption. 3. Bad memory. 4. Bad motherboard. Chances are, it is one of the first two. When you first turn on the computer, press repeatedly the F10 key until the laptop boots into recovery mode. It should automatically go to a place where you can do a soft recovery of the hard drive or, that is to say, a non destructive recovery, only removing the windows files and reinstalling the original windows files. This leaves your data intact. After the operation and if it is a success, you may have to reinstall some software programs again if they don't work but your data will remain in tact. If that doesn't work, do it again only when the recovery screen comes up, press the advanced button which will take you to a complete system recovery where it will reformat your hard drive and reinstall your laptop to its factory preset, just like it was the day you bought it. If neither of those work, you need to get a program that will run a scan on your hard drive to check it for errors but, normally, the first solution will do just fine for you.

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