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Re: laptop unable to start
Remove hard disk from the laptop and switch it on if it remains on till you switch it off then reinstall the OS . the exercise of removing the hdd and switching it on is to clarify that there are no thermal problems with you laptop
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Hi, Thank you so much for giving so much information... But can you please tel me the operating system that you are using. and also the exact blue screen code it will be something like 0X00000000ED (unmountable boot volume)
Please get back to me once you see this message :)
It sounds like you have automatically reboot on error turned on which is Windows defualt. (dumb idea Microsoft). When you get the black and white screen that gives you several options to start your computer, one will be to turn off automatic restart.
Your computer will boot and you will get an blue error screen. That error will help you determine what is broken.
An alternative is to try last known good configuration, but I've never had much luck with that option.
Blue screens mean that a vital system program went bad and also a way a pc saves itself from complete meltdown. The best option is to reinstall the recovery disc or a fresh install of you windows operating system
its the problem of your RAM not the hard disc. the blue screen error come because of less memory available for proccessing. so please once remove the RAM and again insert it and reboot your laptop......
try to log in safe mode when the laptop is booting by pressing F8 key, you will see many option select boot in safe mode, if you can boot in safe mode then reboot normally. if the problem remains then you have to repair or reinstall your operating system.