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I have a Toshiba laptop and today it started to display this blue screen with an error code of 0x0000f4. Now my computer will not start up it just keeps rebooting itself. Please help do not know what to do!
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k when computer is booting press F8 multiple times to go into this boot selection screen. then go down to Disable Auto Reboot on Error. and then start windows normally. then when the error comes up, it will display the WHOLE error. and tell us what that error is, ALL of it. and then we can help you.
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ok did that now when restarting UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME

Technical info:

0x000000ED (0x82391900, 0x000000e, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

Now what?
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Is that all you need or do you need more that is all I have, of course it said the normal stuff like your system isn't working properly etc..... What should I do now?
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well, can u just give us the entire error.
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Oh by the way this hard drive was replaced a few months ago... I saw a post about replacing the cable with an 80 pin cable but this is a laptop
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um.....wat? do you mean its a fresh install of XP on your laptop?
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ok it is working for now, that was the exact error that I posted so I removed the hard drive, re-installed it and ran chkdisc and all seems to be fine now.

Could it have been a bad connection on the hard drive pins? Is there something else I should do?

Thanks for all your help

Tiffani
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if that worked, it was most likely a loose cable.
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