Satellite U840W - disc cannot be displayed in disk part operating system does not start
Yesterday I tried to boot my laptop Toshiba Satellite U840W (PSU5XA-001006) and it came with no bootable device - please reboot
When I try to view the disc in the part of the disk, it cannot see that the USB key that I use to try to reinstall Win 8. In the setup of windows 8 I can't display the installation discs. I can't run the recovery because I don't have a recovery disk and repair does not work as it says that the disk is locked.
Don't know what I can do now, would be grateful for all those who had suggestions.
Of course, there is a problem with the internal HARD drive.
If it is not listed in the BIOS (BIOS first page) then the HARD drive died and that's why the system cannot be found.
I guess that in this case, there is only one solution: HARD drive needs to be replaced and the system must be installed again.
Basically, my toshiba L650 is dead.
He returns with a message as windows was able to start etc then takes me a blue screen when, after abouf 10 minutes another box called Startup Repair so even after I left the night did nothing at all.
I have all my stuff importantish backed up if someone can tell me in simple terms how can I system restore factory settings very appreciated pwease, your jr
Have you created a Toshiba Recovery disk in the past?
If this is not the case, try the procedure for recovery of HARD drive as described here:
+ How to recover a Toshiba notebook with the HDD recovery procedure.
If HARD drive recovery is not possible, then you will need to order a recovery disc.
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Two disks hard two Vista does not start
For large computing needs, I combined two software Vista, two memoirs, two hard drives, the work display card and sound card. A hard disk as Primary Master IDE has perfectly my current programs, Office 2007, data and functions. The SATA drive has the space of files I need and a disabled Vista. The computer starts with the SATA HD Vista does not work and stops at a missing file. I do F12 and select the hard disk IDE startup. I tried several solutions, for example: Startup Repair, recovery disk, installation DVD of Vista, repair, BIOS F2 re boot choice and sequence, does not list the IDE drive as a choice, tried to remove the disabled Vista, all the solutions in the forum, Ms. Not solved.
For months in the auto-update feature, the two .NET Framework 1.1 and 3.5 will not install.
Please tell me solutions to correct these errors for .NET and start-up.
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Your CD or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or other programs
Burn a CD or DVD
If your computer is equipped with a CD or DVD burner, you can copy files to a recordable disc. This process is called burning a disc. By default, Windows Burns discs in the active file system format, but you can also choose to burn discs in ISO image format.
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I have the following problem. I used my laptop long enough for thet to deplete battery and the device to go into hibernation. Given the againm battery costs, I tried the system and now it does not start.
The leds light up fine and stay lit upwards. Just nothing happens, the FN key works. After a minute the fan will start to turn upwards and turns down again. But nothing else.
After some time, by pressing the power button for a few seconds seems to start the machine, but it stops immediately after 30 seconds. Even if doing a memtest.
anyboy has any idea what could cause this. I tried to remove the hard disk and start it does not affect what anyone, as does move the RAM module in the other slot. Also remove the CD/RW drive does not affect it. Remove the battery and start also give the same result.
Sorry, but tells you don't know is not enough for me.
If you start Notepad, you see something on the screen?
A Toshiba start screen appear?
You suggested that the FN key works. Have you checked it in windows?
AFAIK the FN keys can work only if the operating system has been launched and the drivers have been loaded. So my strange question.
The whole thing is very strange. If nothing is displayed and the laptop cannot start, so I guess a hardware malfunction. But you know without any trial it s not easy to say what's wrong.
Try to disconnect the laptop from the sector and remove the battery. Wait several times (30 min - 1 hour) then plug the AC adapter and try to start it.
If it won't work and you know that other devices are ok such as RAM or HARD drive so I think that the technician must check the machine.
I had a problem with my HP DV7 - 4069WM Notebook PC, and I was only left with one choice. Order and use the recovery disc. I got the recovery disk and it ran; Then it said that the recovery is over and it restarts. After reboot, it is, it does not start, it's just stuck on the HP logo. I have try the ESC, F keys keys #, the only feedback I get is these error noises. Help.
If you remove / unplug the secondary HARD drive the PC gets stuck on the home screen?
You can try to install W7 using this workaround solution.
If you can read the Microsoft windows 7 25-character product key, you can download simple Windows 7 ISO files to burn on a DVD for the version of windows that is installed on your PC, and which is listed on the Microsoft COA sticker on your PC case.
Burn the ISO with the option to burn the ISO on your DVD burning program and burn it at the slowest possible speed that will allow your program. This will create a bootable DVD.
Use 25 characters on the PC product key to activate the installation.
The key will activate a 32 or 64 bit installation.
Then go to the support of the PC and driver page to install the drivers you need.
Link to downloads ISO of W7 is below.
(1) should I delete the archives window EEror report on my system using the cleaning disc, which is safely remove by using the cleaning disc to improve the performance of the system.
(2) system does not run fast even after Disk Cleanup, what should I do to make it faster?
1. have there been recent changes to the computer before the show?
If you want to reduce the number of unnecessary files on your hard disk to free up disk space and then go ahead and delete it, it would help your computer run faster.
Disk Cleanup removes temporary files, empty the Recycle Bin, and removes a variety of file system and other items that you no longer need.
Delete files using disk cleanup: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Delete-files-using-Disk-Cleanup
A. ways to improve the performance of your computer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Ways-to-improve-your-computers-performance
(B) How to make a computer faster: 6 ways to speed up your PC.
Hope this information is useful.
My sister's hard drive is in imminent failure on HP G60-535DX laptop. Windows 7 does not start. I need to make recovery disks. I was able to save info goes into System Recovery Manager, but I don't see an option to create recovery disks to install the system on a replacement hard drive. Is it possible to create diskettes or order?
You can order a set of replacement recovery disks using the link below.
If you have a problem with this link, order them directly from HP.
If you live in the United States, contact HP here.
If you are in another part of the world, begin here.
DP - K
I have Mac Pro 4.1 2.93 Quad-cord. I look on the net for a solution to the question I had, without success. I recently updated my graphics card to an NVIDIA GTX 960. I connected through HDMI on my monitor. Now, with my old factory graphic card I could just hold the option key to bring up start between 10.11.3 OS and Windows 10 disk management. Now (with the new graphics card), when I take the key Option, it monitor does not turn. But I hear my Mac Pro work. If I let him start normally, without anything hold the monitor will stay a 'sleep' mode until load OSX.
Could I get some ideas what could be the problem?
Of course, it looks like you have a PC (not not flashed with Apple EFI).
A card flashed not Apple will not display anything until loading drivers that is right in front of the login screen.
This means that you can not use special startups as Option (Boot Manager) or recovery.
Windows did not start because of an error in the software. Please report this problem as:
Load needed DLLs for kernel.
Please contact your support person to report this problem. »
A blue screen is suddenly pop up when I was surfing on a Web site, the warning above in black and white was shown after that I took the battery and restart windows.
I thought it was just a simple step if I got the recovery disk, but I was wrong.
The recovery procedure was very well finished 100%. But after pressing a button, the above kept warning appears, no matter how many times I had reinstalled by the recovery disc or (each time 100%) or by using the full version of Windows Xp.
Nor he worked by the formatting of the HD I connected with a link IDE2USB for laptop XP of my friend, nor modify another HD.
I excluded the problem with HD, so I guess maybe it's that the BIOS has been hacked (?) I downloaded the update of the BIOS to see if it works or not?
but the result was disappointing. IT just stop at step 4 of the procedure of updating, it freezes just to flash initiating step.
I want to remove the CMOS battery for a few seconds, but I'm not that pro and I could cause damage caused by improper handling.
Could someone tell me what happens to my computer and how do I show this problem?
If your device has trouble after that recovery image installation is probably hardware related issue. You can enter the settings of the BIOS as usual? If this isn't the case, I fear that the BIOS chip is damaged. It happen if BIOS update is interrupted shortly matter the reason may be.
Removing the CMOS battery doesn t work like on desktps. Forget it!
When I installed the DIGITAL SOLUTION DISK for my new EOS 7 d mark ii a window pops up stating:
This software is not compatible with your operating system
I use an old dell works well with XP, is there a way to get around this, I already have photo professional, eos utility etc. of my rebel...
ANY help would be greatly appreciated
Having been forced to upgrade too because I need to process RAW images from the 2 7 using Photoshop, I can tell my updates went well. I bought Win 8.1 & done a clean install on a new hard drive & waited to win 10 out & from my old programs would continue to operate. 10 once was readily available that I made an another clean install on another hard drive as an installation & nine 64-bit (added 16 gigabytes of memory also) & things was great when working in Photoshop, BUT for all those who 7 2 treatment check CR2 what device profile is best. By default, it chooses an Adobe profile that works very well with my other camera files but Standard camera looks better with 7 2 files.
(My computer has provisions for 5 internal hard drives & I 5) I can easily re boot for XP or Win 8.1 if I need to use one of my old programs, but so far, I've been running Win 10 on my office & XP on my laptop.
1. number and product name
Compaq Presario CQ56
2 operating system installed (if applicable)
3. error message (if any)
in the error log:
Your hard disk (result-failure) id # UAMBXQ - 5H06AK - XD003F - 618U03 - DISK 1
Start (result-failure) id # UAMBXQ - 5H60AK - XD003F - 40G 403 MEMORY MODULE 2
4. all changes made to your system until the problem occurred
There is no change made to the computer, before the restoration of what the computer should start, however, it would freeze once the system was running. Restarting the computer didn't help, and when I tried to restore to an earlier point, he stated that it was impossible to complete the restore. I tried the factory reset, however, it gave me an error message: "Recovery Manager is unable to restore your computer by using the original image. Please contact HP support. Error code: 0xe0ef0003. When I tried to restart the computer later, it gave an error message: "BOOTMGR is missing, press Ctrl + Alt + Delete to restart» How can I fix it?
305 error refers to a failing hard drive. You will need to replace the hard drive.
You can check the status of your warranty here.
If you do not want to repair the laptop you need to contact HP support. If you are in the United States / Canada you can give them a call at 1-800-474-6836. For other countries you will need to visit this site.
If you do not want to repair the laptop you I can provide useful information, but I'm going to need your product number. This document contains instructions to find the product number.
I'll keep an eye out for your answer.
I'm kind new to the ESXi.
When you use ESXi5, I am facing a problem with disk space.
As you can see in the image below, I posted 600Gigs for my guest OS (CentOS).
But I have found that the OS actually uses only 90Gigs as seen in the image below.
Do you have a suggestion for this? Or any idea why it is that way?
Thank you very much for your help guys.
Or for more specific assistance of CentOS, go to this link: TipsAndTricks/ExpandLV - CentOS Wiki
I just installed JDK 5.0_18 and the BlackBerry JDE 4.1, which includes a menu for the launch of the ESS entry.
The emulator JDE, SDM and autonomous launch and run OK but try to launch the ESS errors immediately with the following message.
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Files\Java\jre1/5/0_18\lib\ext\QTJava/postal code
Research In Motion\BlackBerry JDE 4.1.0\ESS>notepad load.bat C:\Program
I ran the ESSenv.bat set and my JAVA_HOME environment variable is defined.
The documentation for this tool is really low.
What Miss me?
Thank you, Andy
I solved the problem. There was an existing file (QTjava.zip) in the environment variable CLASSPATH that failed to load. I removed it and now it works. This file is (part of) the time sheet quick Apple was installated at a time given. First, I tried to change the path to the file and making sure that there was in the target folder, but that has not solved the problem.
H8 1380 t CTO, Intel i7 3820 processor. 10 GB of DDR3 Ram PC3-12800 memory. FRIEND bios (UEFI), Version 2.14.1219 (current).
Pegatron Motherboard-IPIWB-PB (Pittsburg) Audio Beats. AMD, the Radeon HD 7570 1 GB graphics card.
I need some advice:
Can you direct me to a HP solution or tell me what I'm doing wrong?
I opened Control Panel - backup and restore and set up a backup schedule Win 7. Created a backup drive, and according to the instructions, a system image on a separate hard drive. This has been created successfully.
I have so successfully by the operating system, created an ERD in Windows 7 bootable, the screen guests said that this disc could be used to start the computer when you cannot start the operating system due to serious errors. This disk allows you to restore the system from a system image created using backup and restore or use other recovery tools to correct the problem that prevents windows from starting.
The system does not start on this disc. I did two restorations of the factory and went through the steps above, five times without success.
When you try to start the system with the Windows 7 repair disk the following steps were taken:
1 Win7 disc repair, system rebooted, you press ESC, selected the Boot Manager, select DVD disc and received the following message: boot nonsystem disc error.
2 rebooted system. escape, Startup Manager, then selected sata2 with no luck. Same error message as in (1).
Thanks again for your help.
Bought a WD a terabyte HD Executed a copy sector by sector, using Paragon... It was quick (about ten minutes-amazing) and I answer to you, now, using the WD HD clone.
Awesome! I finally took possession of this computer.
I would say that the problem has been resolved. Windows 7 repair disc will not work on EFI systems and here's workaround.
My U300 Vista Home run came in a boot loop: Windows can not start correctly and makes me want to use repair system, which failed and just makes me want to stop the computer again.
I've tried without success, but failure mode it no more. I have a product recovery CD, but the system does not start from him. When I studied at the start, I saw that the BIOS does not detect the optical drive.
Help please! Thank you.
You could try to load the default settings in the BIOS. Maybe it will be reconigze the CD/DVD drive again.
Otherwise I think that it of necessary to replace the defective drive. Then, you would be able to use the Toshiba recovery disc again. This will restore factory in a few minutes.
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