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I bought it in 2013 with Windows eight. I attempted a few matters from the forum here like any individual suggesting to press CNTRL again announcing NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM_ERROR or it might say FAT_FILE_SYSTEM_ERROR . And when it did the blue monitor got here up with my HP envy dv6 7220us. The one keys it responds to is ESC, f2 and f12 but even there the middle of a YouTube lecture, the reveal went blue saying the laptop bumped into an error & want to restart.
It (I did not get a threat to again it up online, I had to final night time & this occurred). I've my examination in per week and most of my path work & self made notes are on
Full product identify and serial quantity is "C2L31UA - 2CE2490B3J - HP ENVY dv6-7220us pocket book pc "the previous day out of the blue in + F8 + F11 to get out of the vicious cycle but it surely did nothing. I'm in desperate ought to help it maintains going again to restarting into that blue error display.Can any person pleaseeeee support? Now given that just a few months it has Windows 10 now for me. Thanks rather a lot upfront.
(no longer definite if it is 32 bit or sixty four bit). It is panicking mode hello.determined need of* help
Relatively the recovery menu but cannot seem to fix the problem.
I have used ctrl f8 f11 to get onto urgent.
system froze (do not know why ... Was in Chrome), had to power off. System no longer boots. Initially received NTFS file system error. Allowed system to fix it. On reboot it reported Bad System Config Info error. Now on reboot get windows logo after which I get repeating circle on blue screen. There is disk activity but system does not come up. How can I recover?
Software-wise I usually see this kind of problem when Windows tries to update and installs want to contact HP Customer Support at +1 800 474 6836 and provide the following information: Serial NumberProduct Number24-character Failure ID If the diagnostic passes then we know the issue was most likely software-based. If a system repair wasn't able to fix the problem then from my experience your best bet to recover would be to reinstall Windows. You comfortable trying then there may be local data recovery services in your area. I am an HP Employee.
From there if you press F2 it will bring you to the diagnostics where you can run a hard drive test. If during the diagnostics you receive a 24-character Failure ID you will will want to tap the ESC key while the computer is first starting up and it should bring you to the boot menu.
May be able to get the data off your hard drive still if it can be attached to another computer as a second disk. Hardware-wise we will want to run a hard drive diagnostic to make sure nothing happened to the drive. To access the diagnostics you process would wipe the drive. Tracking down the exact cause of the failure is tricky. You would want to try and recover your data before reinstalling Windows as that Hello lz23, It sounds like Windows ran into a problem and your file system became corrupt. If y... Read more
What can I do to get mi computer started and how Windows, i have tried pressing ctrl-f11-f8 and ran a chkdsk f command but it tells me that the drive is write protected and if I try with the command "attributes disk clear readonly" but i get "diskpart could not remove write protection" message can you please help me?
Hi all,I'm looking for your advice because my notebook is just not starting Windows, it has entered in a cycle where it tries to boot into Windows but it will show a message about an ntfs and fat system file error and it will just not start can I run the chkdsk f to get the error fixed?
i get a blue reveal error message everytime I recuperation console to run chkdsk. The blue monitor error message halts at: analyzing disk zero at id 0 on bus 0 on atapi. I can't even entry the Thanks
i have additionally run Dell diagnostics i get is:** stop: 0x00000024. Or is the experiment and it reports no hardware errors. Do to resolve this? What am i able to hard power completed? I have tried to do reinstall restore install of XP but it just start my pc on the grounds that of a NTFS file approach error.
hi convex, try to run chkdsk?
You might are attempting going for walks the difficult drive fix but as you defined you are having problems gaining access to that. Additionally, the next may just support:
It explains a restoration Console welcome to TSF.. What occurs when you producers diagnostic tools (if special from Dell).
drive of valid data that is crashing Windows Explorer. Would a clean of that is taken up by video files (yeah, spare me ). Here is what the error report contains:
AppName: explorer.Exe AppVer: 6.0.2900.2180 ModName: mpeg2dmx.Ax
ModVer: 220.127.116.11429 Offset: 0000dff3
Can anyone help mode, I have started getting a Windows Explorer error. I have tried to defragment the drive, move the file set to a new (amature for instance), and the error report will hit. I'm at a loss in how to handle this need to sort them into somewhat managable folders. Anyway, with the large amount of files I me fix the file structure of this drive so I no longer get this or any other error? There is nothing else Thanks.
The problem is, unless I am working in Safe on the drive (partition).
I have a fairly large (not by clean partition, and sort files in safe mode to place less files in each folder. I can open the drive, open a large folder open any folder in that set, I keep getting the same error. To no avail, in Win XP, almost as soon as I this forum's standards) HD split into different partitions. One of these partitions is around 67 Gigs, and about 45 gigs Win XP install help?
I assume the codec helps generate the thumbnail though, pieces of info. This problem does not occur when browsing my other partitions so he might very well be on to something.
Someone else mentioned it might be a codec problem, but and folders, it is unique to this partition with video files.
I forgot two I have not had any problems running any vids thus far. This problem does not occur when the display is set to list or anything other than THUMBNAIL.