Blue Screen Mountable_Boot_Volume STOP: 0x000000ed

Original title: Mountable_Boot_Volume

When I turn on my computer it starts to boot and then goes to a screen that says sorry for the inconvenience that I can have installed hardware or software etc. or.

I gives me some options safe mode safe mode with command prompt, start windows normally, etc.. Any option that I chose me back to reboot again
When I use the f8 key to access the advanced options I chose the system failure enable which gives me the blue screen that says: I have a problem with the boot rack volume
The screen shows technical information STOP: 0x000000ed (0x83794c08, 08C 0000006, 0 x 00000000, 0 x 00000000)
This screen also said to send this information, how do I send it?
Also in advance options me gives the possibility to insert the cd, but the computer will not read it and gives me the error 4
The last problem I had before this major problem was trying to get microsoft security essentials works correctly, I don't have any errors on the essentials of security, but after that I update and try to run the program would freeze.  Say the updates needed to bring, if it's an allusion to anyone what I can do
to fix my computer
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Hi tranquiltb,

·         Since when are you facing this problem?

·         You have made no change later?

You can check if this article helps.

When you restart your computer or upgrade to Windows XP, you receive the error message "STOP 0x000000ED UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME".

For Microsoft Security Essentials, you can post your request here.

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