Cloning hard drive with Clonezilla failed, gave a bad sector error message and now the original hard drive will not boot
Original title: startup problem
I tried cloning from my hard drive with Clonezilla, and he gave me a bad sector error. I have since run the hard drive test in bios and it passed. Anyway, clone has failed, and now the original hard drive will not boot. My dvd player won't turn when I try to load the Vista repair CD (Vista Home Premium 32 bit). Clonezilla removes the start settings for the original disc? And if so, how can I restore it? The computer starts just a black screen with a cursor at the top left. When I install the hard drive in a box and connect it to another computer, it shows the partitions and files all seem to be there.
Clonezilla is not supported by Microsoft.
If you are unable to boot from the Vista repair disk then you will need to go into the system BIOS and make sure that it is configured to boot from the DVD drive.
Check out the link:
Windows to boot from a CD or DVD
BIOS: Frequently asked questions
Important: Change the BIOS (Basic input output system) / Semiconductor (CMOS) to complementary metal oxide 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.
See also the thread which has some troubleshooting steps for this same issue.
The above link contains third party links provided by other users.
Note: The use of third-party software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the use of third-party software can be solved. Software using third party is at your own risk.
Hope this information is useful.
Microsoft Answers Support Engineer
Have three HP p7 in small desktop running Win 7 64 bit. (Avast free version)
None of them will recognize a bootable Clonezilla ISO or Zip, whether on CD/DVD or USB.
Measures already taken:
BIOS set to boot from CD/DVD
In turn the BIOS configured to boot from USB
Have used any compatible version of Clonezilla downloads based on my operating system and the processor, including the generic i686 ISO and Zip. (and makes bootable USB drive)
CD/DVD and USB function perfectly well otherwise. Able to access the other disks and USB media with no problems.
Also able to see the Clonezilla ISO when I look at the CD/DVD drive.
It starts simply what whether Clonezilla.
If someone has encountered this, I would like to share your experience.
Thanks for your time.
One rookie mistake.
Bad, I carved the Clonezilla ISO to CD/DVD disc.
1. download the ISO Clonezilla appropriate for your computer, on your desktop.
2. place the disc in the CD/DVD drive
3. "right click" on the Clonezilla ISO on your desktop.
4 Select "Burn Image" and follow the default values.
Now you have a proper boot Clonezilla disk.
1. make sure the BIOS is set to CD/DVD is bootable.
2. place Clonezilla disc in open the tray of the CD/DVD drive.
3. restart the computer and close the CD/DVD tray
4 put your finger on "F9" key and now wherever the blue HP screen appears, press "F9".
5. boot Menu loads.
6. move arrows down to the first line indented under "ATAPI CD/DVD DRIVE...
SATA2 or SATA3 will be according to your system.
7 hit ENTER.
Clonezilla immediately, boots and loads.
I hope it works for you.
I am running Windows Vista SP2.
I have an external HD connected via a USB cable.
The HD is Western Digital WD 800 with a capacity of 80 GB.
When I plug the HD into the computer it starts the installation of the driver, but it does not show in my computer.
When I checked under Computer Management disk management, it showed that the HD is not initialized.
When I try to boot it gives me the error message "incorrect function".
Does anyone have an idea what to do?
Thank you in advance.
"The new drive hard may not appear in Windows Explorer or my computer,
nor can disk management the assign a drive letter, until it has been
partitioned and formatted. Right click on my computer > manage > storage >
Disk management. Create and format partitions on the second hard drive as
See you soon. Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
Hard drive clicking on, definitely fried. Replaced by the new hard drive. No matter what I do, it will not start from the
bootable USB key with windows 8 install on it. Stick to boots on other computers.
I press ESC to the maximum power that I can get the boot menu, F1 works great, F2 works very well. If I select F9 for boot options, for bios F10 or F11 to restore it goes back to the found boot device, hard drive (3F0) asks me to press F2 for the diagnosis of sys, the screen flashes. will not change. No matter what I try, I'm stuck in this endless loop.
How can I put an operating system on this device?
Model # c2k82ua #abl
Nothing I've tried has worked. However, I have finally managed to make it work has that. I disconnected the battery for the bios for a bit. After that, I could get in the bios setup. Still would not start from a good bootable USB then I activated the Legacy and set the boot order to boot from an external USB Cdrom. Reinstalled windows 8 and all is good now thanks for all the comments!
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No idea what this means, it only happened when I tried to recreate a link to a few missing PDF documents and then I dropped to the re-establishment of links these and just continued to work, but now it dawns on one although I HAVE to re-edit the link that I've made a few changes, the files that the error occurs on are PDF files. Anyone know what's the problem? I'm new to muse adobe so no idea what the error means. I also have Adobe Muse CC was last updated
Using the icon of the convenient trash in the bottom right of the active panel (instead of the option-click on the offending asset itself) I was able to completely remove the .pdf and lose this pdf on page link.
With those gone, I managed to download 3rd party within the Muse and everything is good. You always wonder that spoke of this corrupt pdf.
Frfx opens, showing the home page in small icon in the lower bar of Windows 7. But it does not open with a mode full screen. Tried to uninstall and download the most recent. Did not help...
I opened Frefx and shows a small icon of homepage above the bar at the bottom of Win7. But I can't open a whole page or use Firefox. I tried to uninstall and then install a newer version, but this does not solve the problem. Had to go back to IE
You can find your profile folder and start safe mode, manually, without using the inaccessible features.
In Windows 7, your profile folder is usually on a path similar to this:
This article contains more information on this: profiles | How | Firefox Help. Your profile folder a usually 'default' in the name. Make a copy of this file somewhere safe.
To start Firefox in Mode safe, close all Firefox Windows, and then hold down the SHIFT key and restart Firefox. (I got that from the article, but have not actually tested!) Then you should be able to tick the box "Reset Toolbars and controls."
Alternatively, do you have the menus and toolbars when you started this page in the search box?
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He said that what ep is running on another computer or block by microsoft. How can I resovled this.thanks andrew
1. What is the full error message that you receive?
2 are you able to access all other websites properly on the computer?
Windows Update will not work if the copy of Windows XP is not enabled on the computer.
Type the command at the command prompt to find out the status of activation on computers below.
Original title: Netflix 8010-but mistake the Inprivate browsing is disabled
OK, I got some kind of virus this kind of thing where it was like a fake antivirus, fortunately I knew and got rid of him and everything seems to work fine except that whenever I try to watch something on netflix, I get this error. He said essentially that inprivate browsing is turned on and that it cannot play the video. Then I tried to disable Inprivate more through the registry. However it still gives me the error.
After that, I found something that said it could be silver light. Now I uninstalled light silver and restarted, but it won't let me reinstall it. He tries and tells me "unable to install silverlight" if I click it takes me to http://www.microsoft.com/getsilverlight/resources/help.aspx?errorID=1622more information.
So now I'm still pretty much where I started. IM thinking responsible Foing to BestBuy and geeksquad tell later if I can't get this figured out. Thanks in advance.
Edit: I forgot to say that I tried to uninstall IE9, but it tells me there is an error uninstalling, so I downloaded firefox and it shows me the same error of netflix.
Try these two links.
The first is a forum on the same issue. The second is the forum for silverlight:
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Nameserver 2: ns2.worldsecuresystems.com
Nameserver 3: NS3.worldsecuresystems.com
Contact form is no longer the contact sent me. How can I fix it?
It is a desktop computer that I built myself, so I have no tech support. Until I removed the hard drive, I formatted to remove all data. Since then, Vista does not start. I used my installation disc to repair Vista, but that has failed. I tried the system restore, which was a success, but Vista still does not start. What else can I do to solve this problem.
Open Control Panel and click on Administrative Tools. In the Administrative Tools window, click computer management, and then in the next window, click on disk management. When the disk management window opens look down the list of partitions and see if you have a "system reserved" partition This is where the system files are stored.
If you have installed the drive 'after' that you installed vista, then I accept the boot files would not be on the second drive, but it seems strange that the windows repair option will not correct the bootloader. However, by doing an inplace upgrade this will re - install windows vista (but it will not, or should not affect your files/programs (However it might be useful to back up all the important files that you cannot just in case beed)). As a complete reinstallation is completed, it will create a new bootloader in the process.
This forum post is my own opinion and does not necessarily reflect the opinion or the opinion of Microsoft, its employees or other MVPS.
Need help on a laptop Z575 age of 2 years that immediately after an automatic update of windows, will not start either from the hard disk or restore DVDs (blue screen). Does not start in safe mode, not booting from a rescue of third party DVD. Attempt to start, it will show you the ability to start the Startup Repair tool. Repair shows that it is unable to fix with the detail following problem error messages:
Signature of the problem 1: 6.1.7600.16385
Signature of problem 2: 6.1.7600.16385
Signature of the problem 3: unknown
Signature of the 4:21200196 problem
Signature problem 5: auto failover
Signature of the problem 6:7
Signature of the 7 problem: bad driver
OS version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Normally think that the hard drive has failed or that windows update caused a software problem, but the inability to boot from any restore disk that makes me think that there is another serious problem with the hardware of the laptop.
Any help would be appreciated. THX
Additional note: when you try to boot from a restore disc, blue screen, error message:
Stop: 0x0000007B (0xF78DA640, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
It is a hardware failure that cannot be restarted soft.
I also removed the hard drive and RAM, reinstalled and rebooted, no change.
Additional note: I was able to access the hard drive with a recovery of old program, focused on the (SpaceFM) ram charged through the DVD player. Hard drive data appears intact. Still does not start from the hard disk or a DVD of windows system.
Thank you. Rather than buying a 4 GB or more large key USB comes from put this into hard drive replacement. Installed correctly, boots very well now. No other error of the optical drive... and no explanation I can see, but that's it.
Unless something else pops up we'll just call cela a HARD drive failed after 2 years of common use. Thanks again.
HP Pavilion p6610f than Desktop PC Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit HDD (I think) could not restart. There was no indication of a problem before me by clicking on the button restart. I have this sometimes just to clarify things, looks like things work better. When it restarted, it went to a screen with 2 choices 'launch start repair or load normally. I chose startup repair. He loaded some files & drivers but finally comes to the screen 'blue '. I tried to start the computer with all the 'F' keys, none worked, always came back to the blue screen. Tried to start the recovery discs I did, same thing. I started with the ERD that I did it. Same thing. Would not not even go to Safe Mode. Nothing. But, there is no prior problems. Nothing made me think that I should do something to deal with a disaster. Then a "friend of a friend" came and replaced the hard 'for free' drive and installed windows 8 (which I hate) and now the computer makes a ticking noise and a sound plaintive, as when there is a bad DVD in the drive, it work so now slow, freezes, takes internet forever and made so much noise I think it's going to explode. I think I should replace the hard drive with the "right" and then use my recovery disks. He said that windows 8 was just too big of an OS for the hard drive, it took, that is why it is slow. But couldn't I erase or reformat the hard disk, and then use my recovery disks. As it is, I have no HP software on the computer more. Is there a way to get the data from my old hard drive? I'm willing to take the time to learn how to do all this by myself if I knew that this is possible and if it is useful? [edited font color and characters]
I understand that you fell on some hard drive problems and a friend of a friend installed a former player for you and since he turned slowly and noisily. Personally, I recommend that you buy a new hard drive and then review and follow the instructions on the HP Support document: performing a recovery of HP (Windows 7) system, which will guide you through the recovery process and get your computer back operational.
If you don't have the recovery discs for your computer you can buy them for a cheap price of HP Media software and the drivercommand.
I hope that I have addressed the issue to your satisfaction. Thanks for posting on the HP Forums. Have a great day!
I have a MacBook Pro, OS 10.6.8 version. The hard drive will not accept a CD or a DVD. Thinking maybe I left a floppy disk in the drive, I tried to eject, but the eject button does not eject anything. I have not tried to insert a disk for a long time, so do not know how long it could have been a problem without me realizing it. I tried to shut down the computer and restart, but this does not solve the problem. I did some research using the Apple Hardware Test, but the instructions say insert the Applications install disc 2. Unfortunately, as I can't insert a disc, I can't deal with the problem in this way? Any suggestions?
Have you tried:
What happens when you try to insert a disk? The player makes a noise?
This is the Office Mac Pro forum. I asked that your post be moved to the MacBook Pro laptop forum.
Original title: Blue screen problems - Stop 0 x 24 and 0 x 50
I'm not being updated hardware or software on my Dell Latitude D8380.
I ran the Windows tool to check if the laptop is suitable for upgrading to Windows 7, but did not install any software.
I put the machine into hibernation and when I restarted, I got a blue screen with stop: 0 x 00000024 (0x001902fe, oxba4f7948, 0xba4f7644, 0xb9d31ae8) ntfs.sys address b9d31ae8 base at bpcef000, datestamp h8025be5.
Restart gave a different stop error message: 0 x 00000050(0xffffffff,0x00000000,0xba1bef42,0x00000000) i8042prt.sys address ba1bef42 base at ba1b8000, date stamp 48025c 67.
Please can you help. Thank you, Sue Dixon
Step 1: Check if you are able to boot in safe mode. If you are able to boot into safe mode, and then try to perform the clean boot to safe mode and check.
From your computer by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs so that you can determine if a background program is interfering with your game or program. This type of boot is known as a "clean boot".
How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" State
When you are finished troubleshooting, follow these steps to reset the computer to start as usual:
1. click on start and then click Run.
2. type msconfig and click OK.
The System Configuration Utility dialog box appears.
3. click on the tab general, click Normal Startup - load all services and device drivers and then click OK.
4. When prompted, click on restart to restart the computer.
Step 2: Run the check disk hard disk command. (You will be able to try this step if you are able to start in safe mode or in normal mode with success)
How to perform disk error checking in Windows XP
Let us know the status of the issue.
I tried the clean boot and now the hard drive works simply and screen went black. The mouse still moves around the screen without any outher work keys? That is what it is?
You will need to reverse the clean boot, as it is either incidental compared to
the real cause of the problem. What, where you try to fix initially using the cleanboot?
You can access Mode safe? Repeatedly press F8 as you start? If so you can try the configuration - control panel
The Device Manager - graphics card - Double click on - driver tab - click the driver UPDATE - then
Right click on the device and UNINSTALL - REBOOT.
Another method to try to get to the desktop (try in normal Windows Mode without failure) is
CTRL + ALT + DEL and the processes tab find EXPLORER.exe and COMPLETE the PROCESS on this subject - and then
on the Applications tab - lower right - new task - type in EXPLORER.exe. Safe mode is reached
by tapping F8 as you start several times.
First check this thread in case it is simple and if not to come back to this thread.
Black screen problems are extremely difficult to repair and all patch is usually on a base hit or miss.
That there is no information on a black screen as it is on a blue screen just adds to the
Difficulty. Often using a restore point or Startup Repair will have no effect. You can try a
Google to see the proposed repairs, whom some have worked however these cover a wide
Here's a video of one of them.
Here's another fix
You have a Vista disk? You can try restoring the system to it. If you don't have the disks your
system manufacturer will sell them at low prices. Or try in safe mode if you can get there.
How to make a Vista system restore
You can create a recovery disc or use someone even version (making the system restore it)
must be bootable).
How to create a Vista recovery disk
These require the correct Vista discs since you can not start safe mode.
Try the Startup Repair tool-
This tells you how to access the System Recovery Options and/or with a Vista disk
Try recovery options Startup Repair
How to do a startup repair
Here are a few Google searches where many have found different solutions:
Vista black screen - check that a 1st
Vista black screen Solution
Vista black screen Fix
If necessary and you can access all ordinary Windows.
You can try an In-Place Upgrade (hopefully save programs and data) or a repair installation
(if all goes well, the data records and need to reinstall programs). Don't forget to make a good backup or
You can use another DVD that aren't copy protected but you you need to own
If nothing works, you can do a repair installation that needs to save the data, but you will
to reinstall the programs. This also requires correct Vista disks especially for OEM versions. You
will need to know your product Code.
This tells you how to access the System Recovery Options and/or a Vista DVD
How to perform a repair for Vista Installation
Another method that works sometimes: at the command prompt, type of Vista startup disk:
(type in a single line or copy / paste a line at a time and then press enter - enter a bracket )
CD c:\Windows\System32\winevt (there is a space between cd and C :)
Ren LogsOLD Logs (there are spaces between ren and newspapers and Logsold)
I hope this helps.
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