Had memory errors and lost the system. so put new memory and reloaded system from recovery disk(s). Reload did not call for recovery disk 2...what is in this disk? Are there applications that I will need to load?
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One of your self-created disks may have an error. I recommend that you contact the manufacturer of your computer to obtain system reload/restore disks directly from them. Often, depending on manufacturer, these are free or very low cost, such as cost+shipping ~$15-$25.
These issues are normally related to registry conflicts and corruptions. What you can do is to try to fix registry entries by running a Microsoft tool called registry booster. You can download this file and run it on your system. Check the link that is posted below and then try to do a system restore again. If it does not work, maybe the issue is with the contents of the disk you are trying to use to do a complete system restore. Try to request another copy from your manufacturer.
You have a system error on your computer.it is possible that your operating system software has corrupted and is not booting the system asking you to put in the correct booting disk. If you have the original recovery disk use it to load and run . this will get you system back in order. If not reload the pc with a good OS hoping that all your files were saved into a seperate drive. if not you will have to recover the data - if important- before you format and reinstall the new OS. Hope this helps. Good day
this is the problem if the system files have gone corrupt. you will have to do system recovery on the computer. recovery is the process of reloading the operating system with the recovery discs. by from the number given 678-715-3329. give the information they need of your computer and they will ship you the right set of recovery cd. put the first cd inside and shut the computer off then restart the computer and follow to put the rest cd as the instruction comes on the screen.
to tell u the reality the recovery disks is of no use as per my openion.
as they cant reload the OS in case ur machine crashes....so just have a WinOS CD from which u can reload OS again in case there is any crash,
the recovery disks do work but they wont help you in case you need to reload the OS again.
So just buy a WinOS if ur machine came with preinstalled OS
this is my experience and personal openion, the rest of the decison is left to you.
Try removing and reseating the memory.
Try to boot into safe mode ( F-7 ).
If you are good in safe mode, try a F-11 restoration and reload from factory.
Another idea, is to run the Hard disk utility in the BIOS setup. ( Last page )
If this message is not a memory fault error, it may be lost or missing data on the hard disk and will need to be reloaded.
Hope this helps.