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Dell Inspiron 1501 Blue Screen Death

Then I started getting some problems, crashing and... Could this possibly true? i bought a neww keyboard from dell right??well when i type with email to my friends there. I even got to keep all of my files. weblink

but unfortunately, I am unable to load past the blue screen. cant get into it on safe mode. The first time ended with me starting completely over. Fdisk won't touch it it either. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3519/t/19305859

We've been trying to boot from the cd, but the cd can't be read in either the cd or dvd drive. I told them not to replace the hard drive because I wanted to try what you suggested on my own. John Saadi Hi ken i have a dell inspiron e 1505 and its showing unmountable boot volume problem with a blue screen. It shouldn't matter what system it shipped with. @Mark - Booting into safe mode, you can't access the recovery information on the second partition?

If it's not at the top of the list then put it to the top of the list, save your changes and exit with the CD still in the drive. You can change this preference below. is there anyway I can copy the recovery files from my HP desktop, with xp os to a flash drive and use that to fix this thing??? To run diagnostics, insert your Dell "Drivers and Utilities" CD, then select OK to restart the system and boot off the CD." Unfortunately, I don't have the Drivers and Utilities CD.

what can I do? Have you had any experience with anything like this? Inserting the OS reinstallment disc does not get me out of the blue screen. find this I put in the disc, and the same screens come up.

i DO NOT want to format, as i have lots of photo's and music on my computer. Düşüncelerinizi paylaşmak için oturum açın. Susie yes i got the windows xp disc from Dell, along with 6 other disc's with all of the software that is on my computer. is there anything I can do to actually fix it ie does this ultimately mean a replacement of the hard drive?

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I don't know how to fix these errors. http://afede.org/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-1501-bsod.html Thanks again, much appreciated. If my computer wont start windows - how can I go online with it to download anything… Please help - Thanks in advance! I've had the disc in the drive for the last 50 times I've restarted the computer and nothing happened with it.

Eithrecase, in order to move on with my life, I am formatting the C and losing all my data right now. the computer & disk is from 2000 or 2001, so i don't know if you could help me? Replace the hard drive and reinstall Windows. check over here I swear it was the SIMs that killed it.

Bryan Ken, Ok I turned on my Dell Inspiron 6000 with windows xp and I have the blue screen of death with an unmountable_Boot_volume tech info 0x000000ED and do not have i am using windows 2000. You would need to get a data cable for the drive to connect to the desktop's motherboard.

TI have made it to the recovery console and have typed in chkdsk /r It only completed 75%.

You've been a big help man! Do you know how to fix that and also where to get the Windows XP CD? Luiggi Hi!! Derek Hi Can you advise if Dell will ship out a driver CD in Ireland?

Thanks, Vicky SamJ As other comments have proved, your advice is obviously great and seemed perfect for the problem I have. Thanks! The time now is 08:02 PM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of this content And once in safe mode… should I close down the computer and restart it successfully or should I just restore to an earlier time.

Linda You deserve an award! dont have the money to have someone else fix it and the screen pops up saying "unmountable_boot_volume" i have no clue what that means Craig Have Vista - 2 month old Hi there"Unmountable Boot Volume." means that the system 32 folder has become corrupt and probably you will have to recover the system.If you have XP CD for a clean install, you The Bios was already selected YES before this problem.

Paying too much for broadband? First, please start your own question. Ryan Thanks a lot Ken. Try an installation medium and hit SHIFT+F10, an alternative could be Hiren's Boot CD with which you can do all of the above steps as they are all provided by Hiren's

Alex Poulin Ian I did all the steps as dictated above and i still keep getting the "gorgeous blue screen". What will XP OS Repair do from the purple disc? p.s. Terrence THANK YOU!!!!

The machine is now out of warranty as well.