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How to remove the unmountable boot volume 1525 dell inspirion be cuz i have the blue screen, try go to the safe mode but freeze after it shows all the hard drive data its a stand still

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If you can boot normally i suggest going to filehippo.com or cnet and download a free disk partioner and it will remove the boot volume for you. under run, msconfig, there is a boot option select the boot mount you want that may fix it let me know

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Select Safe Mode.
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Click Start Up as show below

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