BSOD On boot after trying to extend partiton with minitool [Closed]

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Hey all. I have read a bit since I got this problem yesterday but my problem now is my keyboard (wireless) is not been recognised.

The way this error happened was I was using minitool partition master to merge my C: drive with unocallicated space. As it was working my PC reboot itself... Then omfg a bsod error NO plz NO was my thinking.

It gives a error unmountable_boot_volume


.it seems this is something that happens often from what I've read anyway to fix it my info was use a xp CD repair etc.. But now my keyboard won't work I'm just stuck on boot normal and have to wait the 30s or so to get it to boot to that damm blue screen.


Please I'm begging someone to help me I really don't wanna miss my ffootball today :-)

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I'm thinking you need to reformat the drive and re-install Windows.

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How can I reformat when I can't click on boot options or enter the BIOS the keyboard is not been recognised at all... Its a wireless Logitech.

Thanks 4 your help anymore anyone got anymore
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How can I reformat when I can't click on boot options or enter the BIOS the keyboard is not been recognised at all... Its a wireless Logitech.

Thanks 4 your help anymore anyone got anymore :'(
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Well your going to need a wired keyboard then. If you computer has a PS/2 keyboard connector I would use that since even a USB keyboard night not be detected.

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I got it working, the keyboard. I reformatted my PC and done a fresh install of xp. Now its booting no errors but my CPU is running at 100% all of the time in task manager. Its a brand new installation and iv scanned for malware viruses all that but its showing as clean as can be!
Anyone know what could be causing this? And how I could fix or what to do about troubleshooting how to?

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Open Task Manager to check which exe to occupy CPU. And close any one of the exe to test.
From your description, you can uninstall minitool and reinstall.

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