Power Outage. Can't Boot
Back to top #4 thepokey thepokey Topic Starter Members 50 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:26 PM Posted 08 November 2015 - 10:47 AM The BCD is theBoot Configuration Data. I tried that - after 3 hours, I was back to the "failed to boot normally" screen, then back to the "Diagnosing your PC" again. It was obviously not... I tried everything from both the install DVD and the repair console that is built in. Source
This will repair damaged or corrupt Windows files. Hope this helps. Just simply "sfc/scannow" ? So I put in the USB and attempt the repair which it says it can't do. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/595579/windows-wont-boot-after-power-outage/
Windows 10 Won't Start After Power Outage
Restored successfully, but did not solve problem. 4) Boot from factory Windows DVD (known good disc). Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I have tried running the command off the built in system recovery console and the one from the windows 7 dvd and they both give this message. Place your USB flash drive in one of the USB ports and press the power button.
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I cured the computer problem by transplanting the drives into another computer case that had a working motherboard and CPU in it.I am a bit rusty in my computer repair skills, Windows 7 Restart After Power Failure I'm not up to date on computer stuff anymore (I used to program in BasicA...remember that?), so I'm not sure how to go about creating recovery media. The computer is super fast and stable! Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.
Computer Won't Boot After Power Outage
Mine was $100.00+- for computer center, $70 for vhs/dvd center. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/computer-won-t-turn-on-after-power-outage-608373/ That's a big time savings since this is a work computer with lots of specialty software and complex settings. Windows 10 Won't Start After Power Outage Is this Windows 8 or 8.1? Computer Will Not Boot After Power Outage Share a link to this question via email, Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.
In this case it appears that the BCD was damaged. this contact form When I go to the Upgrade selection, Windows says "The option to upgrade is only available when an existing version of Windows is running." And that seems to be the problem, Unable to boot up computer etc. this morning, while I was out, my wife advise we had a bunch of power outages (10 or 12, in about 2 minutes). Windows 10 Power Outage
- In this case it appears that the BCD was damaged.
- I start my computer and both systems will run, windows 10 as default system and with a simple hotkey, I change my screen to the linux...
- let it do its thing ;-) you can use the command prompt option in your Start-up Repair menu to do this too: type in this command: chkdsk /r not sure if
- It should help decide what if you can do any repair or determine the cause of your problem.
You will see the following. I then moved on to test the rest of SATA drives with "new cables". When it's in its endless bootup loop, the hard drive light is on, and stays on, for hours while it cycles through. have a peek here Scanning all disks for Windows installations.
When I... Computer Wont Turn On After Power Outage Dell Yellow wires should be 12 volts. in General Support In the first week or so, Windows performed quite smoothly (albeit with some slowdown playing games) and was for the most part perfect.
If it still doesn't work and you know you touched the proper pins, then the possible repairs I gave prior still hold. *NOTE* it should be labeled "power" or something similar.tada
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Agree with PSU by rje49 / December 25, 2013 8:21 AM PST In reply to: It is almost always a power supply Hopefully it's not a symptom of toasted motherboard. Boot. Windows 7 Power Outage Family and loved ones will always be a priority in my daily life.
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