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THanks for allowing me to post this, I need all the help I can get in as simple instructions as I can. A week or so ago I went on the my Dell B130 Laptop and everything was okay. I then closed it down correctly. I went a few hours later to turn it on for my mom and it has the blue screen with Unmountable boot volume. I called Dell but without a warranty on a laptop that is 4 years old I cant get any help and with them wanting 200 dollars and then something about 70 I was like forget it. So any help on this board would help. Please help me and let me know if I can find alternatives to not having Dell have my next couple of paychecks.. lol. Thanks in advance.
update: sorry its a Dell Inspiron B130 Laptop... also these are the technical information under unmountable _boot_volume.
***Stop: Ox000000ED: (0X823AD4A0, 0xC0000006, 0x00000000, <----same as again)
now it is saying that the first thing is changed to 0x823D16A0, rest of these are same as above. Please help asap.