Insert the installation CD for the operating system you wish to use and then restart the machine, having made sure the CD-ROM is defined in the BIOS setup as first in Reply Supian 2 years ago Thanks Bro Reply sandeep 2 years ago Thanks, My PC was also showing same error, I got it checked with a technician and my RAM was How do I find out what's missing? What do you mean by being quick with the POST? this contact form
If a PC has Windows XP installed, follow these steps to start chkdsk: Insert a Windows XP CD into the computer. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Since this is a new computer.... Thanks for tips. One thing I do to "TEMPORARILY" fix this problem is: 1.
stander2 , You have to be quick with the POST (Bios) screen otherwise it offloads to the OS. Reply Muhammad Nur Akbar Mohd Rozi 6 months ago Thanks. Cause 2: Faulty data cables Like all components of our PC’s, hard drive data cables tend to deteriorate as the time passes. Failing that, you can remove the BIOS battery for a few minutes to reset.
It's weird as the problem began when I installed Vista. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top stander2 Posts: 17 This post has been reported. Wow. Boot Disk Error Loading Operating System replace the jumper to make the HDD to MBR reboot your system you are done!
Test the MemoryThis isn't actually mentioned that much around the web as a solution to the disk read error problem, but believe it or not, this was my problem. Disk Read Error On Boot Up Windows 7 Press R to start Recovery Console when the Options screen appears. Now take the side of the case off. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/disk-read-error-occurred-message-how-do-i-fix-this Thanks for the info.
I tried the first suggestion and it did worked! Boot Disk Error Windows 8 Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thanks by gaiuslove / May 29, 2012 10:28 PM PDT In reply to: Disk boot failure That was exactly my problem. After inserting the new CR2032 lithium disc battery and booting the computer, I simply had to press the F1 function key (as prompted by Windows) to confirm using the factory default from an installations disc.
To test all the hard drives at once, select Test All Hard Drives. http://ccm.net/faq/1191-disc-boot-failure-message Reply Anon 2 years ago Yup, apparently it was a ‘dead' sata cable (detected the drive but couldn't read from it). Disk Read Error On Boot Up Windows Xp Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Try replacing the hard drive interface cable! Disk Error Boot Usb What do I do next?
Will Norton Ghost solve any of my issues? weblink How old is your system out of curiosity. Reply Marco 7 months ago Just like other people the problem to the DISK READ ERROR was due to a faulty SATA cable (the red cable connecting the hard drive to I have found that whilst product is often well designed the production people love to save a few cents here and there and usually it is always with connectors. Boot Disk Error Insert System Disk
Hi When I try and start up my Windows XP I get this message "Disk read error occurred press Ctl+Alt =Del to restart. Boot Disc Error Thanks RAM Slot Respective xD Reply jenneSie218 11 months ago After a power outage my computer had " a disk read error occured". But nothing worked.
Removing the battery. move the CMOS jumper to the second jumper position for 5 seconds3. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart Error 8 Solutions to Troubleshoot A disk read error occurred. Disk Boot Failure Windows 7 Reply Rajib 1 year ago Thanks a lot … Your solutions solved my problem Reply Paweł 1 year ago I had also a problem with "A disc read error occurred".
Hi Found the original Windows XP installation disk, turned the PC on, inserted the CD a number of times but all I get is the same message "Disk read error occurred Does anyone have any ideas about the steps I should take in an attempt to fix this problem. The PC reboots and still comes up with that message. http://darrenmanning.com/disk-error/disk-error-upon-boot-up.html by 4Denise / July 27, 2007 3:00 PM PDT In reply to: Disk boot failure: What is it and what can I do to resolve it Ordinarily, I'd tell you to
The solution is to leave the Windows vista (or your recovery cd) in the drive when you start up your computer, but don't press any keys when prompted to boot from