http://www.dban.org/ If you use Partition Wizard to setup your partitions you really don't need that 100mb partition. I was able to use the Recovery disks to get Vista back on that one, but I don't trust using it for email.Which brings me to the same problem with my Finally i went into the CMD prompt through a windows repair disk i have and noticed that instead of the usual "C:\Windows" it instead had "X:\Windows\System32". Right now we are only guessing.
That's when I found "locked" files in the "Guest" account...the account was turned off! Perhaps when I moved my email from the Sony to the desktop, or maybe some USB flashdrive that was shared between the two? If your recovery disks are images of the computer, what they will recover is the computer in the state it was in when the image was made. I can't do anything with the windows CD, and I tried another disk, there's nothing wrong with them.
In the future, just multiply the the advertised capacity x 0.931 to find the approx "true" capacity. 500GB x 0.931 = 465.5GB. The blue screen code is0x0000007B. Is there any way to get to a DOS prompt up front without going through the startup repair? X Windows System32 Cmd.exe Startup Repair If anyone has a genuine solution, I'd like to hear from you, or, if you know who does HDD analysis???message edited by Spacebook See More: Windows 7 - No C drive
General Discussion My laptop won't boot and the start up repair it recommends failsHey, I'm posting this from my older computer but heres the problem My laptop can't load windows. mcnumpty23Oct 21, 2011, 3:18 AM in dos you could try xcopy or robocopy these should be able to copy everything--though you need to get the command exactly rightxcopyhttp://www.computerhope.com/xcopyhlp.htmrobocopyhttp://www.computerhope.com/robocopy.htm AquariumOct 27, 2011, Post a picture of your Disk Management. check that Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More...
They did and then they reinstalled Windows7.Having made a backup was great but now I was starting with a virgin PC. X:\windows\system32> Windows 10 Report • #12 DAVEINCAPS May 1, 2014 at 00:05:20 You're welcome. My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Motherboard Rampage III Formula Memory 16GB Graphics Card GE Force GTX 470 PSU Corsair 850W Hard Drives OCZ Vertex 2 SSD CGgoose View My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Motherboard Rampage III Formula Memory 16GB Graphics Card GE Force GTX 470 PSU Corsair 850W Hard Drives OCZ Vertex 2 SSD CGgoose View
If you burned it from an .iso then you should have burned it at 4x or less. Laptop Boots from random X:\ Drive instead of C:\ Help Please! Change From X To C Drive In Cmd Register now! What Is X:\windows\system32 I tried booting in all Safe Mode's but they dont work.
From there type C:\ or D:\ and then DIR. If you did then must be drivers. You cannot use Norton and Webroot (other than the really old Spysweeper they used to offer) together, they will create problems for each other. Like what is the system configuration (hardware and software), was the system working at any time, what do you remember doing right before the problem started and any other information you X Drive Windows 8
or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Veegertx Posts: 376 This post has been reported. That is what allowed me to copy all my data on this laptop. Here I can see that I am in the X drive, which I guess is a minimal repair OS hidden on my hard drive?
Only the X drive repair OS that windows seems to load from my thumbdrive or my bad hard drive up front, which just then looks for my hard drive's full installed X:\windows\system32 Commands I'm guessing the X: might be a partition on the drive. If you are not able to find any of those drives you may have a corrupt or bad hard drive.
The 100mb partition you are seeing has your bootloader files and that is all. Thanks a bunch for the help so far. Since you can get to your drive in DOS, can you copy the data you want to keep to your external drive? X Windows System32 Cmd.exe Commands The red light on the back of the drive comes on which I gather is bad news for this drive.
You can download Boot-N-Nuke to wipe your hdd from here. After the failure I get the option to open a dos window. You can run system restore (using a restore point) from safe mode. My MAIN question is, is there anyway I can set the laptop to boot from that C: drive instead of the X:?
Where is it? Processsor - Intel Core 5-3317U CPU @1.70 Ghz 3. I reinstalled Windows and all was working well until I did Windows updates (118 of them). Hard Drive Diagnostics Tools and Utilities (Storage) - TACKtech Corp.
Can you boot in safe mode? The dual installs were because I had a load of hardware failures and by the time I got to sorting that out I was left with 2 installs. When I explore them, I'm not really sure what to look for...seems that the X drive Windows system is a fairly large file system.About the only other "common" items would be None of them have ever offered a solution.
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