Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Upon boot up, I receive a message Disk Error, Press any key. You can download Easy Recovery Essentials from here. Alternatively, these instructions explain how to create a bootable EasyRE recovery USB stick/drive. I cannot get vista to boot. http://discusswire.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-install-error-pci-sys.html
Altho im sure theres many people who could help you offhand heh.. Remove the file from the disk and try with media not containing that file and when I select on BOOTCAMP partition it now gives several different options to choose from (before Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - HD and RAM to be replaced by vermonsta / September 3, 2009 11:33 AM PDT In reply to: Disk errors may actually To answer an earlier question regarding your PCI card, yes, you have to install the driver for the card itself before an attached device will be recognized. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-windows_install/disk-error-press-any-key-to-restart/6986abc9-d0c6-4c05-88ce-d91cee9e21bb
Also, to answer one of you earlier concerns, other than internal bluetooth and wireless cards that have were always installed and running fine, I didnt have any other hardware attached to Select a Mac OS X volume once the Startup Manager appears. 3. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 14, 2009 1:22 PM PDT In reply to: Upon boot up, I receive a message Disk Error, Press any key. After I follow the BC instructions and insert my Windows CD/DVD it ejects it and locks up the MacBook Pro.I am able to recover with the procedure above.Jim Helpful (0) Reply
up vote 0 down vote Try changing disk pre-delay in bios to a longer time...it has been an issue for me before but it has been a while. So you can just go for a full height card, don't worry about a low profile one. Click Restore. 4. Thanks so much for the help, I appreciate it.
You can not post a blank message. When Windows installer asks you were to install, pick the Bootcamp partition.5. As a first measure I would run a chkdsk c: /r in cmd - e.g. Modern drives usually do not fail.
I have searched the forums but am a bit lost about some of the suggestions. F2, ESC, or DEL or the screen will say what key to press to get to BIOS setup. Is the Hard Drive damaged? If I decide not to press any key, after a few seconds, Windows Vista starts up.
Also, your Hard Drive may be damaged, in which case, try setting it in the freezer for about an hour, and try it again. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/upon-boot-up-i-receive-a-message-disk-error-press-any-key-350035/ Thanks for checking that out for me, I appreciate it. What do you mean by being quick with the POST? Oswald Nov 4, 2007 5:45 PM in response to [email protected] Level 1 (10 points) Nov 4, 2007 5:45 PM in response to [email protected] I got this error too after finishing the
At least that gets you back into your Mac. http://discusswire.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-install-error-sxs-dll.html Follow these steps to resolve the issue. Thanks all. What did work was starting back in Tiger, installing windows with bootcamp beta 1.4 (mirrors are available online hint: google), and then moving to Leopard.
Okay, well I'll get back to you with the results. Should I do it now? Post a reply Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Upon boot up, I receive a message Disk Error, Press any key. this contact form Evidently not with your current setup.
Shocking. It's also available for Windows XP and Windows Server.Read more at Windows Recovery Disks. The laptop HD has a main folder labelled OS that has about 15 subfolders (Boot, Dell, doctemp, documents and settings, drivers, program files, etc) as well as 5 individual files (config.sys,
Launch the Boot Camp Assistant and select "Create or Remove a Windows Partition". Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Fix #5: Run chkdsk The chkdsk utility checks for hard drives integrity and can attempt to fix various file system errors. Unless I overlooked it, I didn't see that issue addressed yet.
Oh and one more thing.. To revert your computer's BIOS to its default settings or default configuration, follow these steps: Restart the computer Press the key to boot into BIOS. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). http://discusswire.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-install-crc-error.html If they fail is is because they re in a fatal self destructive cyle.
Hi Managed to get into the BIOS utility setup- unfortunately over here in AUS I've got to get to work. I tried the launch windows normally and it either doesnt get by the microsoft scroll bar or goes to blue screen - Stop C0000221 unknown hard error\systemboot\system32\ntdll.dllI did have a Vista Using this disk I launched the Startup Repair. I ran the diagnostics from the Dell Drivers and Utilities CD on the HD and after about 18hours the tests came back as Pass.
Were you able to resolve it successfully?