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Winxp Pro : Bootcfg /rebuild "failed To Scan". Now What?
Should I ask it to: redirect /useBiosSettings? 0 caperjack 875 8 Years Ago if the bios doesn't save changes i thinks it usually cause by dead bios battery ,its on the With this approach, you click the Virtual PC line in the start menu of from a desktop icon and away you go! I could continue using the new XP, copy over anything I need from old XP, and then delete the old XP. I put in command prompt, bootcfg /List.. http://winnthosting.com/winxp-pro/winxp-pro-no-longer-available-after-jan-31.html
CHKDSK found and corrected some errors...which I guess I really hadn't expected, since I know this clients machine and had worked on it about a year ago, rebuilt it and installed Scan automatically deleted any problems it found.... Please try the request again. I assumed this meant a missing boot.ini. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/winxp-pro-bootcfg-rebuild-failed-to-scan-now-what.1021619/
Get the answer Ask a new question Read More Windows 7 Intel Windows XP Related Resources Windows 10 BCD file missing/corrupt Repeated BCD loss/corruption in windows 10 solved Bcd boot error:0xc000000f If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Didn't work! Or repair the instalation of Windows using the setup programs repair and recovery options. (this was also tried on day one, but it took me right back to "win sys32 hal.dll"
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- Did full virus/ spyware scan in safe mode.
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- Any ideas? 0 caperjack 875 8 Years Ago Sorry!
- they thought it was more likely that I need a new hard drive...plus I would have to buy a backup hard drive to save the stuff on my C drive.
- I would only lose the last 6 months of photos and some financial docs that could be "painfully" recreated.
- Solved missing ntfs.sys and other boot files...
- Use chkdsk to detect any disk errors.
- I 've tried my xp disk, linux, registry cleaner Mcafee ...all the same!
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This doesn't have a Windows CD either, it just has the manufacturers disk, and the OS is XP Media anyway, my PC is Home edition. http://pcsupport.about.com/od/operatingsystems/ss/instxprepair1.htm 0 LVL 9 Overall: Level 9 Windows XP 2 Message Expert Comment by:jeff_01 ID: 365153912011-09-09 Checkout SPOTMAU you can boot from the cd and fix most of those issues. Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Sorry for the previous typo's ???
Could not read from the selected boot disk. Recovery console doesn't see a drive at all. Any ideas? To respond to some comments...
Well thanks for crashing my computer you idiot, a slow coputer is better than none at all! You can also try reloading the Recovery console and typing in chkdsk /r let it run and see if it fixes the problem. I found a website "www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?hal" that finally got my XP restarted, without losing any of my C drive. It didn't actually detail any errors though.
It gave me two XP's, but now I at least had access to down load my pics, docs, mov & music out of my C drive to hard disk. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-1629578/corrupt-bcd.html As soon as I fix one problem I find another...sooo frustrating! from recovery console prompt: "expand E:\i386\ntoskrnl.ex_ C:\Windows\System32\ntoskrnl.exe" the e drivve is my cdrom drive ...response was: "unable to create file ntoskrnl.exe 0 files expanded" If I try to use the Enable I also tried bootcfg /scan...states failed to scan disks for windows installation, may be caused by corrupt file system.
Thanks for any help or advice you can give. 0 Kewlkat 7 Years Ago The error "missing hal.dll" is bcoz of boot.ini file. http://winnthosting.com/winxp-pro/winxp-pro-error-message-confused.html Try Xp restore "bootcfg\Rebuild". Load the Linux live CD, see if it will detect any data, or anything on the Actual hard Drive (make sure the Flash drive is removed) IF it does locate anything I scanned my PC's hard drive last night as it was running a bit slow on the internet and that's one of the few things I know how to do As
Dell tested my drives: results were: IDE Drive Diagnostics: Primary IDE WDC-WD600BB-75CAAO Drive 0:Pass; Drive 1: No IDE device; Secondary IDE CDROM drive 2: Diagnostics not supported; Drive 3 HL-DT-STGCE-8400B Diagnostics like borrow one from a friend?Thanks for your reply (and the very disturbing monkey-thing avatar )No, I didn't get it but the word "file" was in there somewhere.I'll try and get Note: this operation must complete successfully in order for the add /use or rebuild commands to be used. this contact form I've since Deleted the part (2)since there were no files there anyway, and I've done a "fixboot" but my boot.ini still says part (2)???
bones04-05-2008, 11:36 AMSorry for previous typo's. LOL! I've run chkdsk so many times now it's ridiculous.
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Now I have nothing! From there I've tried every suggestion I could find.... "c:\windows>CD System32...finds this directory but when I put in the next command of "CD hal.dll"... When Recovery Console starts, it will prompt you to enter a number corresponding to the Windows XP installation that you need to repair. I don't know what this virus was programed to do exactly, but whoever created it needs to be horse-whipped!!!
I also wondered why it was set to partition 2? Plus the geek squad to install if I can't figure it out on my own! Partition manager cant even start. http://winnthosting.com/winxp-pro/winxp-pro-after-w32-pinfi-virus.html Join over 733,556 other people just like you!
It doesn't seem to see the drive at all. Thanks for the info... If it doesnt, backup and get a new drive, its better than the headache to try to recover data later. Wallenberg replied Mar 18, 2017 at 4:49 AM Programs Won't Open/Run davehc replied Mar 18, 2017 at 4:31 AM Not computer tech savvy need...