STOP: 0X000000ED (0X8A930900, 0XC0000006, 0X00000000, 0X00000000)? Help!
Ok. So, I got this labtop that I threw in my closet because it has stopped working, I tried to use new and this blue screen with the error code, recently STOP: 0x000000ED (0x8A930900, 0xC0000006, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) I fergot my admin password recover so it is almost impossible with the start of the CD. Help please?
something about the control bug 0xED is here:
(Which indicates that the IO subsystem attempted to mount the boot volume and it failed)
So, if you have not the administrator password, only you can do - disassemble the HARD drive of your laptop, insert it into another computer and run the CHKDSK command from the command prompt:
CHKDSK x: /f
where x: is the HARD drive volume
This could help you, how to run the command prompt and the command CHKDSK:
Original title: does not start in any mode
tried to boot the computer. When the windows screen appears, need me the safe mode, last known configuration normal screen start windows. tried the F8 trick and disabling auto reboot system error. took me a blue screen with an error message. unmountable_boot_volume said. also shown on the blue screen "tech info: STOP: 0x000000ED (0x84A32900, 0xC0000006.0x00000000, 0x00000000).HelloYou can follow the steps listed in the articles below and check if they help us get started on the desktop.When you restart your computer or upgrade to Windows XP, you receive the error message "STOP 0x000000ED UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME".
Unmountable Boot Volume
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/555302I hope this helps.
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Original title: I'm trying to start Windows XP after getting the Blue Screen of Death
Here are the specifics on the BSOD:
UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME STOP: 0X000000ED (0X8A93D590, 0XC0000006, 0X00000000, 0X00000000)I started on the boot CD after changing the order in the BIOS. Run the test fast and got this error:0F00:1344 error codeMSG: Block 413906: error impossible to correct data or media is write protectedAny suggestions on what to do next?
First, store the boot CD.
Secondly, because we know nothing on your system, you could tell us about it.
Third, follow the directions in this thread:
What is the best diagnostic procedure to resolve the Stop error message
· You have made no changes to the computer until the problem occurred?
I suggest you follow the steps in the link below and check if it helps:
You can also check: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555302
Day before yesterday, I had to close the office without disconnection. I've done it before. This time, when I tried to connect a blue screen appears saying: "a problem has been detected and windows has shut down to prevent damage to your computer"? !!! Just before my stop, AVG Security had run Security Scans 'ALL' and 'all' was very good. In addition, Microsoft Windows updated my system as well. AVG Security scan preset for 14:00 daily and updates to Microsoft Windows preset to 15:00 daily.
It drives me crazy. I can't come back, even after following all the procedures, then "safe mode" F8, etc.. ??? !!!
Help me please.
I am at the public library in this info and put my TracFone #, and then after the call I will give fixed # appellant, '' If '' asking for help: 1-740-222-8115 [any time of the day or night].
Post scriptum: we are poor and can't afford costs of Technical Support of $59.00 or fresh they ask live chat? !!! Everyone should get the money to help a poor soul like me? !!!
Thank you... I have to run for now. Please, please help me, since the majority of our 'important', personal and other data, is stored in our office.
Hi there SQUAWKERTWO,
0x000000ED and UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME means that your hard drive starts to do not (or has not) - I understand your financial situation (as I was once unemployed two years) but unfortunately I can't recommend you don't use your system for awhile until you can save up enough money for a computer technician to clone your entire hard drive to a new. If you continue to try to use your system, this means your hard drive can completely fail, then your only chance to recover personal files would be done by a specialist in data recovery - and they are very rarely affordable.
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My son has installed a CD on my laptop & then my laptop invite STOP error code 0X00000ED &
I try to boot my laptop & it keep starts & restart.
I have try it on safe mode also does not work.
I would take a peek at this thread in this link instead:
I doubt that last good Configuration know you will help (this is not what it is for) and if you say that you can not boot mode safe (of course), none of these other "methods" will help you to either - this isn't the problem.
What a pity that it knows absolutely nothing about your system. This is because the MS Answers forum does not prompt for any information system when a new question is asked. Not knowing the basic information a problem prolongs the frustration and the agony of these issues.
My niece has a netbook that it turns off in the middle of the Windows form with the flag and the blue line "forced" down while he was starting the system. Now, he's not going beyond the start menu. I tried every method of starting, including disable restart auto and other suggestions. I posted the error code when we finally got a blue screen with an error code itself. It doesn't have a hard drive to boot from the CD. I don't have an external CD/DVD drive to boot to leave or perform a recovery. It is not any kind of recovery.
Any suggestions? It is running XP. Only screens I could get are the BIOS Boot Menu screens and the blue screen with the error. During some of these different methods of starting, he works through things page as it is starting, but then freezes.
Thanks for any help!
Safe mode will not help you.
You can usually fix this by running chkdsk/r of the XP Recovery Console, but to do this, you will have to start on something.
If you use a recovery partition, you will eliminate all you have.
Before the recovery operation (if it works at all), you could save all your personal data, but this will require that you copy off to an external device somewhere (but you cannot start, right?).
You can buy an external CD/DVD drive for about $40 or less (this can be a good investment).
You can take the machine to a shop where they attach an external CD/DVD drive and run chkdsk/r for you. When you leave, everything will probably be mysterious excuses and you do not have an external CD/DVD drive.
You can remove the drive and it slave in another machine and chkdsk /r on (too complicated).
You could make a bootable USB drive with XP on it - Recovery Console if your system supports (too complicated).
If you have no real XP bootable installation CD, you can create a bootable XP Recovery CD of Console and be on your way... but you have to start on something.
Bite the bullet. Stop messing around. Shop for an external CD/DVD drive, your problem and be on your way. Then you will have an external CD/DVD drive to use on any machine you want in the future.
Then, train your staff on the ramifications of eating off the system when it is not the right time to power off.
Help got this error code and I can't in my computer at all! not in safe mode not order online? Its a DELL optiplex 320 and I really need this computer today... UGH any help would be great. Thank you
If you do not have the diskettes of Windows startup or a Windows installation disc (most people don't), will not cross you method 1, step 1 in this KB article.
Here's a question that sounds like yours that has a happy ending without a Windows installation disc:
Help, please! I have a laptop (gateway), which suddenly - on the set he sur-montre the icons Windows screen, then sn store, so I'm trying to perfect myself. I thank in advance for any effort on my behalf.ut down (without loss of power) then returns immediately to try to start itself nouveau1 need answer because I can't afford to fix the e/s
You need to boot your PC in the Recovery Console.
See one of these documents to do that with your Windows XP CD:
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/314058 (see Option 2) GOLD
Once you are in the recovery at the command prompt Console, type:
CHKDSK c: /r
Break-in. Allow chkdsk to fix the volume.
Once reboot your PC by typing:
Break-in. See if it works now.
This error appears when I try to start my computer, I have learned by pressing F8 and use the disable automatic reboot and that the message came, how to fix this?
and the weird problem is, it happened long ago im using my laptop now as my main computer, but when I had this problem, I was with a friend during the whole weekend so I used the computer on a Friday last and returns Sunday, and all of a sudden happened
Stop error message mean unmountable boot volume. Here is a link to some info and troubleshooting MS; http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/297185
I'm new and do not know what information you need. When I turn my 0n 4700 I get this and it won't do anything, please help me solve, because my warranty is expired. Thank you very much!
Stop: 0x000000ED 0x8131FE30 0xc0000006 0x00000000 0x00000000
When I go to the splash screen? I get this message:
0 7 drive Fail return code
Disk 1 no device
Player 2 Diagnostics not supported
Disc 3 no deviceMessage edited by simpletruth 05/31/2008 23:32
Win Xp - sp3 system continually reboots after message (monitor going to sleep), restarts on back, trying to open windows, flashing quick blue screen, then repeat (monitor to go to sleep) and repeats.
Tried last known configuration (F8). -result nothing, does not open in Mode safe
Advanced options (disable autostart) (disabled RAM memory and shading options in Setup) - nothing, blue screen appeared gradually, with the message:
STOP: 0x000000ED (0x833DF900, OxC000014F, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)the problem started there are ten days that I was trying to open an e-mail with attachments photo multi format: .gif, .jpg jpg have been read, and after having tried to open the .gif, the locked computer files and had to "hot" shut down windows without leaving correctly and then tried to restart.
If you used the power button or similar, it looks like your NTFS file system is corrupted, but you can usually fix it by running a chkdsk/r from the XP Recovery Console.
Here's a problem similar to yours that has a happy ending (are still looking for the happy ending):
When I try to start my dell inspiron 5100 laptop with windows xp I get a blue screen with the error UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME with the error code Stop: 0X000000ED (OX86791240, 0XC000009C, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) is there anyone to the solution?
How your post is related to the Windows Update feature?
Bug Check 0xED: UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME:
http://msdn.Microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff560355 (vs.85) .aspx
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I'm unable to start your computer in any mode. I got to the advanced startup options and chose the. Disable the automatic system failure. I thought unmountable_Boot_volume error. Technical information says STOP: 0X000000ED (0xc0000006, 0x00000000, 0x83794c08, 0 x 000000000)My operating system is windows xp professionalGuru system obviously isn't available to me right nowI've read through the forums and found people with similar problems, but none have led me to get this started
- Did you the latest changes on the computer?
- When was the last time it was working fine?
See the Microsoft articles below and check if it helps.
When you restart your computer or upgrade to Windows XP, you receive the error message "STOP 0x000000ED UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME".
Unmountable Boot Volume
I get this error for "unmountable _Boot_volume. I read all the tips and suggestions. I tried to repair Windows using my Windows installation CD. And it does not work. Any suggestions?
I suggest you to refer to this link and check if it helps:
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