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windows cannot find harddrives

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by pteaches, Jun 8, 2007.

  1. pteaches

    pteaches Member

    Dec 16, 2005
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    recently on boot windows has been telling that it cant load a system 32 file because it is missing, however, when i try and do a repair via the xp disk it tell me that windows cannot find any harddrives.
    what do i need to do please?
  2. jony218

    jony218 Guest

    Try the demo of "paragon justboot corrector", it can be burn into a self booting cd. With this program it'll bootup your computer and you can check if you do have a bootable os. With this demo you can at least check the layout of your hard drive and any operating systems on the hard drive. I bought this program to repair my windows xp pro, after I try to restore it, and it failed to boot. I was able to get it to bootup after changing the system drive letter back to c:. When you get an error during bootup, that windows can't find a file, either it is missing (or it is trying to look for it in the wrong drive (because the drive letters where changed as in my case). That's just something I recommend you try at least to rule it out.

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