booted up my PC yesterday to find a unwanted BSOD.
as the title says, that is what i get. UNMOUNTED_BOOT_VOLUME.
i've had this before, and i know how to fix it. Run the XP Boot disk, chkdisk /r blah blah etc, only problem this time is i can't find the correct disk.
its a aries pc with windows XP, i don't know its specs. its lived long and hard, and runs some heavy games (world of warcraft for example). the disk i used (called system recovery) was the only one i found in the place i keep them all which isn't related to ATI, speakers, printer etc.
i think its either...
A) the wrong disk
B) i'm pressing the wrong button on startup (I pressed F10 with out the disk in the drive and the wrong thing came up.
or is there another way to fix this without messing up my programs/installs?
i am posting this on my Wii.
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here are instructions for if you do or if you don't have your XP CD
Your boot.ini file is most likely at fault.
If you have your XP System Disk, use it to boot, when the Welcome to set-up screen comes up, press the letter R, which will …
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