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My laptop wont load up. It goes to a start up page saying windows did not start successfully. It gives me options of safe mode.... Start in last known configuration, or start normally.
Then what ever is pressed it goes to a blue screen saying umountable_boot_volume. It also says technical information stop: (0*000000ED,0*c000009,0*00000000.0*000000000).
Any idea what the problem is can it be fixed?
This is either the hardrive that has failed or windows cannot find the c:\ boot volume.
You will need to start your pc up with your xp cd in and and when it's installed all the set up files press 'R' for repair, this will overwrite all the system files, without deleteing any of your saved files and programmes.
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1 Turn the EasyNote notebook computer on, and allow the operating system to boot up completely. 2 Click the "Start" menu button. Choose "All Programs" followed by "Accessories," "System Tools" and "System Information." 3 Click the "System Summary" option in the left pane of the "System Information" window. 4 Locate the "System Model" entry in the right pane. Directly to the right of this text, in the "Value" column, is the model number for your EasyNote notebook computer.
try press f5 when system is starting up then go safe mode, then try to restore your system to earlier setting with system restore. system restore is located on start/accesories/systemtools/system restore.
I would try a BIOS update first. Go to the manufacturer website and find the BIOS update for your model. Also, you mentioned replacing the memory. Are you positive it is the correct memory? Were you having the problem before you replaced the memory? If you have the wrong memory in a computer it will give a "beep code" and won't boot up.