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maru

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Hi

I was using my computer (using media player, web surfing, and extracting a file) when suddenly a msg pop that said wrong disk in D drive, please put in my disk. So i cancel the msg, because i wasnt using the d drive. The msg keeps poping up i kept canceling. Anyway that didnt work so i reboot my computer.

And then it reboot to blue screen, and the msg was:
Problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.\

Umountable_Boot_Volume.

PS I have just install the microsoft updates of malware removal tool and some other utiltiy (sorry i forgot). Also im using Window XP Sp1.

Please help me!!

Thanks.
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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

Try This Microsoft Fix

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Hi Murray

I tried the link u suggested, and i think i got a damage file system, because my stop error msg contains: 0xC000032. So i follow their instructions i did the chkdsk /r twice, and could only get into the safe mode once right after doing the repair. But whe i do restart i get the same error msg again. I also did the fixboot twice that didnt work either.

So what can i do now? And what causes a damaged file system?


Thanks for your help.
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Could you post the entire error message including the details??

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Hi Murray

It seems like my computer is back to normal (for at least today), after i tried that chkdsk /r for the third time. After the third time i did the repair i went into safe mode and uninstall a few programs that i have been using when i encounter the problem. And i also use Registry Mechanic. Then i reboot and now it seem okay. (Im still kinda hesitant about it, im worried my computer stop working again. I wonder is it a compatibilty issue with the newest version of spyblaster 3.5.1 that i just install a few days ago.)



Thanks so much for your help.

Edited by maru, 03 February 2006 - 08:57 PM.

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It shouldn't be but one never knows..

If unsure, just uninstall that program for a little while and see how it goes..

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