stop: (0x000000ED) BSOD

Hello, first of all I would like to start by saying that the type of computer I have is very old... it's a Compaq laptop with windows Vista or XP, I don't remember. Anyway, when I start the computer, it loads as usual, with the exception of the fact that it goes to safe mode selection screen how I goto start windows normally. It shows the Microsoft windows loading bar, but unfortunately it gives me a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death). I copied the irritable information and it's as follows: unmountable_Boot_Volume
stop: oxooooooED
(ox81F87c08, 0xc00000032, 0 x 00000000, 0 x 00000000)
I have a partial understanding of the present, a beginner programmer myself. I was wondering if the best option here would be to reinstall windows or use a bootable disk?

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Hi Brent,

As mentioned by you, there is a slight confusion with the version of the operating system installed on the computer. The first thing to check is the correct version before we continue to work on it.

The link here will help you determine the correct version.

Operating system Windows am I running?

If it's a Windows XP computer, there are a good number of the steps in this article

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

Check out these links to determine the right of exploitation system and if the steps to help you.

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