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You may have encountered an error message that says that a read error occurred while starting Windows XP. There are several steps you can take to fix this problem. We will deal with this now.

 

 

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1. Did you make any changes to the computer before the problem occurred?

2. What exact error message are you getting?

I recommend that you follow these steps and see if it helps.

Method 1: To start the computer using the Windows XP Last Known Good Configuration feature:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307852

Method 2. Start your computer in safe mode and see if you have the same problem:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315222

Method 3. IfThe problem does not occur in safe mode. Then try turning on your computerClear the download status.

Putting your system in a clean boot state can help you determine if third-party applications or startup items are causing problems.

How to fix the problem by performing a clean restartunder Windows XP:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310353

Note. After completing the clean boot troubleshooting step, follow the instructions to set up Windows to use normal boot state from the link, assuming you want to reset computerNormal startup mode.

Method 4. You can try running chkdsk from the Recovery Console and see if you can start the desktop.

a) To start the Recovery Console, you can follow this link.

How to start the computer and use the Recovery Console

b) In the command line of the recovery console, enter the following command and press Enter:

chkdsk [/ p]: [/ r]

Note: First try running chkdsk / p and see if that helps. You can later run chkdsk / r.

Important: when running chkdsk on the hard drive if bad sectors are found hard drive when chkdsk is trying to repair this sector when data in it might be lost

See How to install and use Recovery Console in Windows XP

I hope you find this information useful.

Why Is There A Hard Disk Read Error?

The actual cause of this error varies from computer to computer, from hardware problems to software problemseat. This section lists the most common causes of hard drive read errors.

Computer hard drive is failing

In most cases, a failure to read from a hard drive indicates damage. If the boot sector on the hard disk is damaged or there are bad sectors in the system partition, the system boots with errors.

No bootable hard drive

Sometimes a hard drive read error before booting occurs because the computer is reading the wrong boot hard drive. If the bootable hard drive is missing or the bootable hard drive is not configured correctly, the system will not boot normally.

Damaged hard drive cable

An IDE cable is a large piece of twisted cable in your computer case that is responsible for connecting your hard drive to your motherboard. Sometimes, incorrect or loose IDE cables can cause hard disk read or write errors.

BIOS setup issue

In rare cases, a hard disk read error occurs due to incorrect settingsBIOS BIOS. If any BIOS updates are available, they should be updated carefully.

MBR corrupted

Another common cause is incorrect or invalid setup of the Master Boot Recorder. Moreover, corrupted MBR configuration can be caused by virus attack, power outage, bad sectors, etc. In addition, incorrectly configured partition table can cause this problem.

Sudden power failure

An improper system shutdown can damage your computer’s files and hard drives. This usually happens when the power is accidentally turned off or the system must be turned off to terminate a program that is not responding. After a computer crash, Windows checks the file system and hard drive at startup to check and fix problem files.

Operating system problem

An incomplete or incorrect installation of Windows also leads to this problem; For example, if DLL files are missing on the system or some system registry files are damaged.

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When I try to start Windows XP, I get the following message: “An error occurred while reading the hard drive on restart. Press Ctrl Alt = Del to restart. The same message appears on every reboot. Does anyone know what steps to take? Try to fix this problem. I’ve been browsing the forums but I’m a little confused by some of the suggestions. Any suggested simple solutions would be appreciated.

Thanks

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The first thing I would do is do this

chkdsk c: / r

in cmd – for example from an installation CD. It would be as simple as possible.

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How do I access CMD? Each time you reboot, you will see the same message: “An error occurred duringYour hard drive. Press the key combination Ctrl Alt = Del to restart your computer. “

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You need to boot the installation CD and access the recovery options.

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I found the original Windows XP installation disc, turned on the computer, and reinserted it several times. However, the same message is displayed: “An error occurred while reading from the floppy disk. Press Ctrl Alt = Del to restart your computer. ” Reboot tried to install the CD but got the same message. Any other idea would be appreciated.

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Do you see a boot option for entering BIOS? (F2) Change the first boot device to CD / DVD
Another option is to press F12 during boot and change the boot order of the CD / DVD

Mike

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Yes, Mike is right. You forgot to change the boot order.

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When I start my computer, I cannot access the BIOS. exactly the same message. I tried F12 several times at startup, but it didn’t make any difference.

S.

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stander2,

You need to work quickly with the POST screen (BIOS), otherwise it will be outsourced to the operating system.

What is your brand and model?

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Hello GS! Thank you for your time. What do you mean by fast POST?

This is an Intel Pentium 4 computer, which is about 8 years old.

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F2, ESC or DEL, or the screen shows which key should bepressed to enter BIOS setup.

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I was able to access the BIOS utility – unfortunately I have to work here at AUS. In 9 hours there will be another crack. Thank you all.

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Good day, buddy!

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I have a Windows XP installation CD in the drive, I booted the computer by holding F2 and now I am in BIOS setup and have Boot Device Priority and I have three boot device options – I have this third boot process entered device option {4M-SAMSUNG CD-R / RW DRI} and enter F10 (save and exit). The PC restarts and continues to display this message. Shocking.

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