Unmountable_boot_volume

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Hello,
when i start my pc it askes if i want to start windows normaly , safe mode safe mode with command prompt ,etc . no matter witch option you choose it goes to the blue screen saying windows shut down to prevent damage to your comp. then next this unmountable_boot_volume is there in all capitol letters ,how can i fix the problem ? what does this mean ?? please if anyone can help it would be so very much appreciated thanx ,mike



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Method 1: Repair the volume Note the second parameter (0x<var>bbbbbbbb</var>) in the error message. You might have to regenerate the error in order to write it down.

If the second parameter (0x<var>bbbbbbbb</var>) of the Stop error is 0xC0000032, the cause of the error is that the file system is damaged. You can try to repair the volume to see whether this resolves the error. If the second parameter is not 0xC0000032, see "Method 2: Check the IDE cable and load Fail-Safe settings" for help.
If the file system is damaged, you can use chkdsk /r command to repair the volume. However, if you use the chkdsk /r command, you may lose some data.
You will need the Windows startup disks or the Windows installation disk. If you do not have them, contact the computer manufacturer for help in obtaining the disks.
You will need the administrator password to complete the steps.
To repair the volume, follow these steps:
Start your computer by inserting the Windows startup disks or the Windows installation disk if your computer can start from the CD drive.
When the Welcome to Setup screen appears, press R to select the repair option.
If you have a dual-boot or multiple-boot computer, select the Windows installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console.
Type the administrator password when you are prompted to do this.

Note If no administrator password exists, press ENTER.
At the command prompt, on the drive where Windows is installed, type chkdsk /r, and then press ENTER.
At the command prompt, type exit, and then press ENTER to restart your computer.
After you repair the volume, check your hardware to isolate the cause of the file system damage.
If this procedure does not work, repeat it, but type fixboot instead of chkdsk /r