Posted 06 April 2008 - 07:37 PM
The "Unrecoverable Volume..." error is NOT a good sign, although not necessarily completely hopeless. Sometimes if you run CHKDSK /R a few times, you can get past this problem - although the integrity of your hard drive could be on shaky ground.
I've tried doing some research on this issue and there are solutions that run the spectrum of possibilities:
1) You hard drive is physically damaged and needs to be replaced.
2) Your PC is infected with some malware or virus and must be cleaned or re-installed.
3) There is physical hardware defect with your IDE cable and/or IDE controller - causing corruption on your hard drive.
Go to http://support.micro...l...1&spid=1173
to get more information about this error from Microsoft's Knowledgebase.
- John Hook
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