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Computer Won't Boot any mode


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#1 Shigaru

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Posted 12 June 2009 - 03:24 PM

So, my computer crashed recently, and I got a blue screen. It said 'Unmountable Boot Volume', so I went to Google on another computer, and it told me to fix it using the XP disk, and have the disk repair the problem. But I don't have said disk, so I downloaded the rc.iso and put it on a blank CD, then put it in the computer and booted. It didn't work right away, so I went to the BIOS and told it to boot from CD first. So I tried again...this time, it started to work, and it started loading a bunch of processes...but when it's about to finish, it goes to ANOTHER blue screen. I'm confused... Help?

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#2 WillyanGCaetano

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Posted 12 June 2009 - 04:00 PM

Hello Shigaru !!
I would like to know what cd are you using? Is the windows xp right? If, specify what process you are doing. By chance is to restore the system?

I await answers!

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