Stop: 0x000000ED UNMONTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME machine in Windows XP.

Original title: Aspire one with blue screen and no departures on the safe mode.

Hi I Acre Aspire One with Windows XP, blue screen lights up all the time, I can't start the laptop with the safe mode, on the blue screen, I have a message

UNMONTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME

Stop: 0x000000ED (0x8635cc08, 0x000009c, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

Please help me with this problem, I do not have a CD with windows

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Hi BogdanPaleczny,

You can try to arrange for a Windows XP disk that corresponds to the same edition, as it is installed on your machine.

Subsequently, follow this link and check if that helps.

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

Hope the helps of information.

Please post back and we do know.

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