Can not boot from the recovery disc - 0x000000D1 Driver_IRQL_not_less_or_Equal
original title: cannot boot from the Vista recovery disc
A real problem. Vista is prompting me to boot from my recovery disc and allow the repair of Windows. However, when I insert the disk it shows loading Windows, but once he starts to launch I get the BSOd with the "Driver_IRQL_not_less_or_Equal" error report with the error code Stop 0x000000D1. I searched on advice but all I can get into the repair mode, but I can't. F8 does not work in safe mode. Week last ChkDisc has run on every start and yesterday I received a number of parts of Vista won't load does not with error reports. Today, it started with Windows can not load the warning and instructions for use the recovery disk... I'm in a loop as I cannot cross the BSOD! Help please
Computers are strange animals. After my response to you, I had another attempt to go beyond the blue screen. Hey hop this time my computer decided that he had enough rest and proceeded without delay to start and I would like to action, the recovery disk. There then reinstall Windows Vista and am now to a new computer! It's time to move to Windows 7! The only thing I did yesterday was to unplug my printer to my laptop!
Last night a MS pushed a windows update and my pc restarted automatically. But it does not actually restart.
The PC goes through the bios tests, passes and then crashes and does not start in Vista.
I can't start at all, including safe mode.
I can't the system recovery option in HP bios to load. Can I only use my Vista64 system recovery bootable cd or actually start.
First of all, I thought it was a HARD drive problem, but tests of the bios disk hard that all spend, even the 2 hours 'SMART' test that he was running.
What happens when you try to boot from the recovery CD? You receive messages or error codes?
You can check if the boot in the BIOS settings priority is configured to boot to CD\DVD.
NOTE: Change (CMOS) BIOS/complementary metal oxide semiconductor settings can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the configuration of the BIOS/CMOS settings can be solved. Changes to settings are at your own risk.
For more information, you can consult the following article:
If you still experience the problem, you may need to contact HP for assistance.
Hope this information is useful.
How can I get WIndows8 TouchSmart to boot from the recovery disc? With the recovery in the drive disk when I do a reboot or stop and start it does not read anything from the DVD player. My computer is a HP TouchSmart 23-D160QD.
You may need to change the boot order to boot from the DVD drive first. The steps to do this are in the document below.
These are recovery disks made by the recovery discs sent by HP? They will not work in a different system (you will receive an error message), but you are able to get the boot floppies in a different system? They should be able to start up to a point where the error message will be displayed.
Duplicate info wire - running kill disk, vista disappeared and my laptop does not see my dvd/cd drive and I can't reinstall vista OS because of this problem
Have to reinstall vista on a new HARD drive now PC can not boot from the DVD drive I can copy vista external hard disk drive, and then install on the laptop?
The DVD player worked before HARD drive went bad now, it won't work.
And I just replaced the HARD drive, but now cannot load an operating system that he...
1. are you able to boot to the desktop?
2. what happens when you try to start the computer?
You must have the DVD drive to start the computer using the disk, you cannot use the external hard drive to do the same thing.
Also I suggest you to make sure you have defined the start as CD/DVD-Rom as the first choice option in the BIOS. See below the help link-
If nothing is done, then you can contact the manufacturer support for assistance on setting up the correct boot sequence and check.
Change (CMOS) BIOS/complementary metal oxide semiconductor settings can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the configuration of the BIOS/CMOS settings can be solved. Changes to settings are at your own risk.
I hope this helps.
I have a Dimension 8300 running XP Pro and I am trying to reformat the hard drive and reinstall XP. I can't boot from the CD. At startup after F12 and selected to boot from the CD, the sytem always starts on the hard drive. I changed the BIOS boot sequence, but still no luck. The works of CD to read and write, but no boot from the OS disk. Once the system boots from the hard drive I can start the CD of the OS that gives me the ability to reinstall XP, but no option to reformat. My top disc is a DVD-ROM and the second disc is a CD - R. I tried to boot from both drives, but the machine continues to boot from the hard drive. Any suggestions?
Now my system Windows 7 Home premium canbe accessed, but with a lot of problems. That's why I want to reinstall it. I burned my own recovery (totally 4 disks) successfully disks. I insert the first disc of recovery CD-rom and restart my laptop, but it can not recognized but in win 7 automatically. could you tell me how to use my recovery disks to reinstall the system win 7 when that is not totally broken?
Probably go to BIOS and configuration of the machine to boot from the CD/DVD ROM. Please follow the instructions from HP:
I'm working on my Portege M200 friends that she bought used. Only, it came with an external USB CDROM drive and the laptop computer AC adapter. To make things better the HD is no longer recognized by the BIOS. I had a spare HD so I installed it and now the BIOS see the new HD, Yay!
I also discovered that I could buy a replacement Toshiba system recovery CD, new Yay! But before I do that I wanted to make sure I could boot from the external CDROM drive. I plugged the CDROM drive and attempted to start on a spare windows xp CD. But it does not start on the CD. I made sure that the CD-rom drive has been first in the BIOS boot priority, but that doesn't seem to work.
I read the other posts that mention the boot directly from the external CD-rom USB drive does not work and I have to boot to the CD-rom drive by plugging the CD-rom drive in a PCMCIA card. If I have to buy a PCMCIA card that has USB ports for connecting external USB CDROM drive in for I can boot from a CD?
If there will be any brand/type of work? If this is not the case, what brand/type is known to work.
Any advise will be greatly appreciated!
BIOS of the portege recognise only a limited number of pcmcia-CD-disks
in this thread you will find all the information you need:
but your portege also boots most of the readers of usb_FDD; If you make a BACK-boot disk with the appropriate drivers for your CD-ROM usb drive you can use it without restrictions bios
as you can read that this method will work only in a DOS environment, that is why it is absolutely necessary to format your hard drive to fat32, otherwise it will not be recognized
I wanted to clean up my computer so I copied the data on an external hard drive and then partitioned and formatted my hard drive is internal. I then ran the recovery CD provided when I bought the computer of Evesham Technology. However, when I provide the product key which is glued on the case of my PC I get the message "the product Id you entered is not valid. What should I do?Kind regardsEric
How to activate Windows XP
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Microsoft Activation centers worldwide telephone numbers:
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Hi, I have a Portege A200 and an original unused Toshiba Recovery CD.
When I go to recover, the DVD drive just turns and turns and nothing happens. I have tried different methods of booting with the disk to like, by pressing the C key, select boot from CD/DVD or just turn it on with the DVD in the drive. Same problem, the disc turns right away.
I also checked the drivers TOshiba download page and let down when I found out that there are several drivers for the same thing, like the 3 drivers LAN! Which should I use? Also, I can confirm that the CD/DVD drive works fine because I already loaded windows XP, no problem.
Any suggestion is appreciated.
I also think that s is not a problem of the CD/DVD drive. If it turns over and over again once he recognizes a disc but it can t be read correctly.
Regarding your question about drivers I think that it of fairly easy. I can recommend the vendor and device ID in Device Manager. With these identification numbers, you can search on this website http://www.pcidatabase.com/ to determine the LAN controller. All that s! :)
In addition, you can check the ID s in Device Manager, if you click the LAN card properties > Details > PCI\VEN_xxxx & DEV_xxxx
I'm glad I found this forum site, I pretty well hope to find a solution here.
Well, this problem is not very complicated, in fact my DVD player (model TS-L632) is not read more, so much so I decided to change with a new one, but it is not the same model as the original drive.
It is the case of the generic DVD player really.
Now when I inserted my recovery disk or any bootable disk is not booting the CD, and when I press F12 for I can't find any CD/DVD drive, but running in Windows I can't find the DVD player and it can read any CD priority boot normally.
Just having the problem while booting from CD.
I thought that maybe there is no security for this model that locked some hardware.
So please guys want to help me how to understand it,
any help would be greatly appreciated.
> When I press F12 for boot priority I can't find any CD/DVD drive, but running in Windows I can find the DVD player and it can normally read any CD.
The whole story seems really strange to me
If you access the BIOS, you can see the details of the CD/DVD drive? The drive is recognized properly?
If not then I guess that the STRANGE inserted is not totally compatible due to different master/slave/c-salt settings.
> but running in Windows I can find the DVD player and it can normally read any CD
It s also strange to me so that the CD/DVD drive appears in Device Manager even if the CD/DVD drive Startup menu option does not appear.
But first check the BIOS
Hi, I have a 32 GB Iconia W3-810. The original recovery disk was lost.
I made a Bootable DVD of 8.1 and also Win 8.1 bootable USB key. These two have been tested on another laptop, and both can start this laptop to the installation environment.
I also followed the guide to enter the BIOS of the Acer Tablet settings and change the boot order and change remove secure boot option.
Unfortunately the unit keeps trying to start in Windows 8.1 - one who is full of viruses and should be flattened and start over.
Many of these cables power the Tablet via the splitter, but do not provide power at the side of the data cable from the side power (I don't think I explained that well). They are designed to power your device on the motor side while allowing access to data on the other side. If connected:
Tablet- + - power
The Tablet receives power supply and Tablet provides the voltage and sends and receives data from DVD, but power does not give voltage on DVD. This means that the DVD does not necessarily receive the budget power that he needs.
If you can, try the DVD connected to a powered hub. Turn upwards and actually to work are two different things, and tablets offer far less than the maximum power on their USB ports.
I have Vista business and my laptop is running slow and is full of rubbish.
I have in the past used my drive recovery to completely re - install vista and start from a fresh version.
However, I tried this once and it says that it cannot boot from cd - code 1.
Can someone tell me what it is and how to reinstall vista?
Are you sure you have the right recovery disk?
Are you abele to boot using another drive as MS Win XP CD or Linux CD bootable?
My dvd/cd player works fine but satellite s1800-814 don't book from any bootable disk in windows xp / toshiba recovery disc etc.
Have you tried the 'C' key during power?
Try to reset the BIOS settings and make sure the BIOS is updated.
Visit Toshiba to the latest BIOS.
I'm in trouble from the screen of my Qosmio G35 showing lines vertical, gel, then a loop on and outside.
I used the Toshiba factory restore disc to reformat and the problem remains, I went further and chose the maquis of the HARD drive option. Bad choices made by this beginner, because now it does not recognize the drive at all, prompting me to "initialize".
Lines remain, but it is not the material of the screen happens during some process that I follow, OK.
A friend more computer over the phone prompted me to go into the BIOS, but we cannot access them. Research on the web, I tried the F12 suggested, but this does not work, just push me through in a screen offering 'Safe Mode' etc.
Any help would be welcome. Thank you
Usually the vertical display lines looks like a hardware problem, in my view, it could be related to GPU failure.
In any case, we should start first of all the problem of CD/DVD drive you must check if the disc is properly recognized in the BIOS.
For this, it must Access the BIOS press the ESC (if Toshiba BIOS) or the key F2 (if Phoenix BIOS). Please check these two options because I m not 100% sure what the BIOS the Qosmio G35 uses.
But like I said earlier the issue looks like a malfunction of the graphics card and you must contact the ASP in your country for assistance.
Best regards & friend good luck
1st I have a problem
Windows Boot Manager
Windows has encountered a problem communicating with a device connected to your computer.
Info: An unexpected I / 0 error
To resolve this problem, I tried to install the Windows 8-64 bit (definitions of factory programs) - with the correct Toshiba drives, but after installation, that it took place...
"reboot and select proper boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected boot device and press a key."
I changed the boot disk priority, but it is still this bug.
What model of laptop do you have exactly?
Have you changed anything in the BIOS?
The error message mentioned (reboot and select proper boot device) appear if the laptop can not find a boot device.
Go into the BIOS and check if the HARD drive is set as first boot device.
In addition, you should check if the HARD drive appears on the first page of the BIOS with all the details of the unit (size of the HARD drive, name).
I guess this question could appear due to a malfunction of the HARD drive.
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