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Error ,unmountable_boot_volume Hi , when i start up my pc it says , unmountable_boot_volume , ive tried safe mode and last known good configuration but it keeps going back to this screen . its windows xp home , i got no boot disc with it , the pc is a good few years old , hope u can help me , thanks , raymond

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Your out of luck with that one. You need a disk.

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This problem might be due to either hardware or software. I've seen bad memory and bad system boards both cause this, as well as corrupted Windows installations (often the result of a virus or other malware infection). If you don't have any data you care about on the computer, you can try restoring the computer or reinstalling WIndows. This will quickly tell you if it's the hardware.

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1.Shut down your computer and start hitting F8 key (on the top line of the keyboard.) immediately (on the top line) up and down at least 20-30 times and choose "Last known Good configuration."

2.If this does not work, shut down your computer and restart the computer in the safe mode with networking option. How to restart the computer in the safe mode with networking:
As soon you restart the computer, start hitting F8 keyimmediately (on the top line of the keyboard.) up and down at least 20-30 times and choose safe mode with networking by using the up and down arrow key on the keyboard and hit enter twice.
2. If the computer restarts in the safe mode then, please follow these steps" a.Disable or unistall any anti-virus Norton Removal tool link: http://service1.symantec.com/Support/tsgeninfo.nsf/docid/2005033108162039 Mcafee removal tool link: http://download.mcafee.com/products/licensed/cust_support_patches/MCPR.exe
b.run malwarebytes and scan your computer. http://www.malwarebytes.org/
c.cleanboot the computer.Please follow the Microsoft Link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/331796
3.If the computer does not restart in the safe mode with networking, then choose safe mode option only(like you shut down the computer, hit F8 and choose safe mode only). If it restart in safe mode, try to restore the computer to previous date: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306084
4.If this does not work then try to restart the computer in safe mode with commmand promt. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304449
5. If this all does not work, you might have to repair your operating system. For window xp: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/helpandsupport/learnmore/tips/doug92.mspx
6. You might you have to restore the compter to factory settings. Note: This will delete all of the data on the computer and your computer would be restore to the very first day or to factory settings. a For Dell computer, As soon as you restart the computer, hold down the Control key and start tapping(hitting up and down)F11 key immediately and folllow the on screen instructions. b.For HP computer: i)for xp as soon as you restart the computer,start hitting F10 key, ii)Forvista as soon as you restart the computer,start hitting F11 key, c. For acer: as soon as you restart the computer,hold down the alt key and start hitting F10 key.
7.If this all does not work, you might have to reinstall the operating system. Note:This would also delete all of the data. How to instlal window XP: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/setup/winxp/install.mspx Note: After installing window xp or vista, you will have to instlal the drivers by using the Driver and utilities disk that came with the computer.
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Foreign disks, or drives that have pre-existing operating systems installed with prior configurations, are often prone to error unless transplanted into systems with a nearly identical configuration.

The only simply way to rectify this issue is to boot off of the Windows installation disk and perform an "In-place Upgrade" or a "Re-install" of Windows. This method will re-install just the main portions of Windows, and write the new configuration, while in theory not disturbing the rest of the drive's data.

While this is a documented and intended function of the Windows installer it does have its issues.

I can say with confidence that you can attempt this, but I would suggest confirming that you have all necessary data backed up before you do.

As far as the other alternative, you can always save your data, plugging the drive into a different machine, and then do a clean install which is a much better choice as far as performance and stability, but the choice is yours.

This link to Microsoft's site further explains the necessary steps for an "In-Place Upgrade" which really means a Re-installation of a Full Copy (Not an upgrade copy) of Windows, if you were concerned about the terminology.

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