after installing them, i got the same boot error as the author of the thread. I keep getting the same error message as everyone else. Clean disc with a commercial cleaning fluid or a clean damp clothb. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Perhaps I Misunderstood.... Source
I have the following configuration. If not, you will have to reconfigure your bios settings. Maybe overheating or incorrect clock settings are the main causes. How can we make good commissions on a $19 item (we can't) so make 'um buy a DVD at 49-$79.
Let us look at some of the major problems users face when trying to create a CD or DVD. I did try it though, cause at this point, anything is game... Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Disk Boot Failure by Jabba01 / December 25, 2008 1:54 PM PST In reply to: Disk Boot Failure Solution I have a P4
Restart the computer. Having exhausted all schemes, I"ll have to consider shopping for a new motherboard. And soon after that, some BSOD's refering to atapi.sys. Unfortunately, many Ultrabooks (what’s an Ultrabook?
Make sure you get one that can handle your hardware. That said, most blue screens and application crashes aren't Windows' fault. f. The difference between the two lies in the initial symptoms experienced by your computer while it boots.
by Tom Test / July 27, 2007 1:33 PM PDT In reply to: Disk boot failure: What is it and what can I do to resolve it I had a problem Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. It's obvious that it wasn't set up correctly or has other issues with the read heads or has been tampered with. Click "Open Folder to View Files"d.
RECOMMENDED: Click here to repair/restore missing Windows files & Optimize your PC Related Posts: What is BIOS in computers & how does it work? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/362182-31-reboot-select-proper-boot-device-error I replaced for a recent 400W unit and all worked well. After reading your post I pulled the cmos battery, held the power down for 10 seconds, switched back to the primary bios chip hooked everything back up and it fired up And device manager CLAIMS all is well, diagnostics will pass but yet it reboots.I've supplied the precedure to create such a machine.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Please
Type the command xcopy D:\*.* C:\cdcopy\*.* /v /e (D:\ is the CD/DVD disk drive and C:\ the hard disk drive.)iii. http://revolutionpc.net/dvd-drive/dvd-rom-drive-showing-as-cd-drive-sony-dvd-rw-dru.html Any suggestions?I ran diagnostics that said nothing was wrong with burner drive. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Disk Boot Failure by ccioan / July 18, 2011 1:20 AM PDT In reply to: Disk Boot Failure Solution Your solution is very Someone suggested maybe it wasn't getting enough power, but with the extra HD and old dvd drive unplugged the result is the same.
IF the DVD plays perfectly then you have a driver conflict. James Bruce covered how to deal with hardware issues How To Diagnose Hardware Problems When Your Computer Won't Turn On How To Diagnose Hardware Problems When Your Computer Won't Turn On Cooler Master HAF 932 caseCPU: AMD Phenom II X4 3.4 GHzMoBo: ASUS M4N98TD EVO AM3RAM: 8GB DDR3 G.SkillGPU: GeForce GTX 460PSU: Corsair HX750w modularHDD: a 750gb Seagate SATA and a 500gb have a peek here http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/windows-pocket,1113.htmlLuc see above boojeahFeb 6, 2010, 8:54 PM Yea it has 2 sata ports, so that must be it then.
What Is UEFI And How Does It Keep You More Secure? I also have an ASUS MOBO. Once inside the Advanced Startup Options menu, users can choose enter Safe Mode, restore to an earlier functioning state, and a more.
move the CMOS jumper to the second jumper position for 5 seconds3. I just got a new core, motherboard, ram and graphics card and had it running great, until I updated the bios... How the Windows System Boots When you power any PC on, the Basic Input Output System (what’s a BIOS? The ones involving diskpart don't help me, I tried, and my drives aren't partitioned anyway.
A 'disk boot failure' error message could just be that the bios is looking at the wronge drive! If the problem persists, then it’s not related to anything you had plugged into the computer. I found a guide here on it that I havent looked through yet. http://revolutionpc.net/dvd-drive/dvd-drive-recognizing-there-s-a-dvd-in-the-drive-but-won-t-play-through-my-computer.html Is close enough but the failure continues.
This only happens when the sata dvd drive is plugged in.The dvd drive I'm using is from my new pc because the one on the old pc doesnt read discs. When this problem started taking place I has an IDE ultra 60GB HD where the Win XP SP2 was installed. In Windows 7, you can choose to restore from a backup using System Restore or you can choose Startup repair (which is similar to automatic repair). Win XP(sp3) Any help appreciated.
Or it'll confirm that your HD is OK and you have a different issue. Register now Not a member yet? If the dvd has a newer sata interface and the motherboard is older, would that cause a problem?UPDATE: Some research tells me they should be compatible, so scratch that. any suggestion anyone?
Verify that the SCSI drive is installed according to Step 5 of http://support.microsoft.com/kb/126380/en-use. It is not a software or driver problem since this occurs before windows even starts up.... A NEW BUILD) solved no display after plugging 2nd HDD solved Monitor won't boot after plugging other gpu solved Dimm slots 3-4 broken causes constant reboot solved Computer completely died after Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases