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Type the following command, and press Enter : to submit it: chkdsk C: /R Where C: is the Windows installation drive Wait for the scanning process to end, and restart the computer. However for some reason i cannot boot from the DVD drive. why do they give the same output? By default it's enabled and when I try to disable it I fail because I cannot save my choice, because all I could do then is press F10 and thus power http://webjak.net/windows-vista/windows-vista-won-39-t-boot-up.html

Both work OK and can be seen in MY COMPUTER. rshoe4056, Nov 13, 2007 #5 mqudsi Mostly Harmless Staff Member Joined: Apr 5, 2006 Messages: 14,272 Likes Received: 27 Trophy Points: 48 Location: Chicago Reset your BIOS and reconfigure it? Recently,I have been able to restore my HD to a bootable condition and the problem has apparently been fixed.Down below is the COMPLETE solution to fixing this extremely difficult problem! In order to use this option, you must have had System Restore enabled in Vista so that there are restore points available to restore to.

Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool Windows Vista comes with a diagnostic tool that allows you to check the memory installed in your computer for errors. To learn how to use this feature you should read this tutorial: Using System Restore from the Vista Windows Recovery Environment. I have tried this with both XP professional and vista ultimate disks both of which worked for previous boot installs on other machines and this machine previously.

Generated Fri, 23 Dec 2016 12:06:15 GMT by s_ac16 (squid/3.5.20) Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Step 2: Disconnecting and reconnecting hard drive cable Use the following steps to remove and reseat the hard drive cables: warning: The edges of metal panels can cut skin. Disconnect and reconnect the power cable. Your computer will start and you should see your BIOS listing your hardware and other information.

I do get the "Hit any key to boot from CD/DVD" when i remove the HD from the boot list however it just shows the message over and over when i Save BIOS to FloppyAfter plenty of unsuccessful attempt and meddling with all setting in CMOS Setup Utility I am still unable to boot neither from CD nor from a USB. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause To resolve this error and to help prevent it from occurring in the future please refer to the HP support document Automated Repair process will report any issues found with your hard disk or RAM memory: To download Easy Recovery Essentials, click here.

Using System Restore from the Vista Windows Recovery Environment A powerful new feature in Windows Vista is the ability to use System Restore while in the Vista Recovery Environment. Then look for something along the lines of "boot priority" and move your DVD drive to the top of the list. Any help would be muchly appreciated. 6 answers Last reply Aug 25, 2011 Best Answer Aug 17, 2011 More about unable boot stamenvalchevAug 17, 2011, 4:13 PM Just wanted to add Configure language and location options in Vista Setup At this screen you should configure the Language to install, Time and currency format, and Keyboard or input method options so that

The problem I am having is that when my friends computer tries to boot from the iso dvd I get a black screen (bios?) that says something like: Failure to boot, http://www.overclock.net/t/1288568/winload-exe-cannot-verify-digital-signature-0xc0000428 is not Vista but is one of a recurring discussion.Since you can scan the drive this means you can save your files and start over.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful Will C++17 support the simpler Range-based For Loop? If you're not sure which key is used to open BIOS, it's either any of the following or it's listed on the first screen that appears on the monitor, before the Windows logo

oops Jan 18, 2009 Unable to boot windows Jan 8, 2010 Unable to boot windows Mar 31, 2008 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. http://webjak.net/windows-vista/windows-vista-unable-to-start.html Any thoughts? Checking your browser before accessing winhelp.us. If your message is not listed, use the section Standard steps to resolve most startup problems.

Fixing “Disk boot failure” on Windows Fix 1: Change BIOS boot order To check a computer's boot order, follow these instructions: Restart the computer Open the BIOS. Insert the first recovery disc into the drive and turn on the computer. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases http://webjak.net/windows-vista/windows-vista-will-not-boot-in-any-mode.html If the same data cable was used for several years(or even the same one across several computers), then it might me the cause of periodic read/write errors that can affect the loading process.

Press the F10 key to save settings and exit. Users who read this also read: How to use the Command Prompt in the Vista Windows Recovery Environment The Windows Recovery Environment Command Prompt is a text-based console that allows that rshoe4056, Nov 14, 2007 #9 Mak 2.0 Mod...WAFFLES!?!?

After you press the key, you should hear your DVD reader spinning up and then you will see a black screen with a white status bar at the bottom stating Windows

Word for fake religious people The Anti-Santa: Dealing with the Naughty List Theorems demoted back to conjectures more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy Symptom 1: "Disk Boot Failure" error screen on startup Every time a computer is turned on, as part of the boot process the BIOS tries to find a bootable drive to When the Startup Repair tool starts, it will scan your Vista installation for any problems. Could there be another hardware issue with the computer like the mobo or ram?

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If that's the case, then the drive should be checked for errors and scanned for viruses to make sure that it works correctly. SELECT PARTITION N and press Enter (N represents the partition you want). When done, press the Next button. A Startup Repair window opens and automatically scans for startup problems.

by R. Even set it so only the DVD drive was bootable. CD/DVD not recognised, USB bootmgr missing Computer stuck after "Searching for Boot Record froM USB (also CD/DVD)..OK" when trying to boot from USB or CD/DVD solved Unable to boot from USB If they are, you would need to configure them through the I/O bios.

An "Advanced Boot Options" screen opens if the system partition on the hard drive is still good. EXIT and press Enter. Like us on facebook! Because the only other explanation is that the your Vista DVD is not bootable.

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. My BOIS is set to boot to the CD drives first, then HD, then Floppy Both CD/DVD drive appear in DEVICE MANAGER. No, create an account now. LIST DISK and press Enter.

Sincerely, Rob S. Select the Windows installation drive, which is usually C:\, and click Next Choose Command Prompt when the System Recovery Options box appears Write the following command and press Enter afterwards: chkdsk Oct 11, 2012 #5 Cobalt006 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,777 +241 You could put the hard drive in your machine and format it, But don't install vista on . Regards Robs58 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Vista forum 7 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411

The battery for back up has most likely run out of power.