11-01-2009 02:22 PM - edited 11-01-2009 02:24 PM
My PC became really slow and unresponsive so I wanted to restart it, and since I was in the hurrry I coulnd wait for a proper restart so I pressed and hold the power button...
Now I can't boot again, right after I see the WinXP logo and the loading symbols when starting, a blue error screen (with text that I can't read so fast) is displayed for less then a second, and the computer reboots itself. I can't even boot in "safe mode" - same behaviour
So I thought, that's why you have a recovery system - use it to fix the problem. The problem is - I can't. Within the "Rescue and Recovery"-Environment the only link/button that is working is "Restart". All the other ones like "rescue files" or "restore your system" are indeed clickable but nothing happens, no action no message nothing at all...
Someone with similar experience out there? Hope you can help me!
Thanks in advance!
11-02-2009 01:01 PM
i have the same exact laptop and the same exact problem. I went into bios, and disabled automatic restart after system failture or something like that. it saysunmountable boot volume im tying to fixut i need windows installation CD that didnt come with the computer