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UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME error on my Dell Inspiron 1100

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Upon starting up my Dell Inspiron 1100 today it gave me an UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME error message on a blue screen. I tried restarting twice before looking for help. It will not reboot from the CD. The Stop error reads: (ox81B4cc30,0xc0000006,0x0000000,0x0000000). I have not been able to get to the desktop, nothing has been installed in the last few days, nor has there been any known damage to ther computer. When I start the computer it goes from the DELL logo screen right to asking if I want to start in safe mode to the Windows XP start up screen to the blue error screen.

Thanks for reading this post and for any help you could give.



I was finally able to get into the recovery console and told it to repair. It finished and told me to type exit to restart. It restarted but it is now asking what mode I want to start in. I started normally and it still gave me the same error

Edited by dearlymom, 12 July 2006 - 08:55 PM.

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