Fixing Unmountable Boot Volume Error In Windows XP

Almost every computer user might have come across that most annoying and frustrating situation when their computer responds so strangely and at some stage, it may stop responding. What makes it even worse is when you get those weird error messages and you have no clue about what to do to fix the error. Well, if you are victim to this cumbersome problem, then you are on the right article. Here, we will see how to fix one of such common errors named “Unmountable Boot Volume.” Follow these simple instructions from our Windows tech support team that will help you fix this error.

Fixing ‘Unmountable Boot Volume’  Error

  • To begin with, you need to start up your computer system from your Windows XP installation CD. For this, you need to insert the Windows XP CD into your CD ROM drive and switch on your PC.
  • Once you do that, you need to allow your BIOS to boot up from CD. You can open up the BIOS settings on your computer by pressing the F2, F8, F8 or Delete key on your computer keyboard as the computer boots up.
  • Now, a message box will pop up on your computer screen that reads Press any key to boot from CD. Following which you need to press any key on your computer keyboard and wait for some time until another message box pops up that says ‘Welcome to Setup’ on your computer screen.
  • Next up, you need to press the R button on your computer keyboard in order to use your Recovery Console application to resolve the installation issue. After that, you need to hit the Enter key on your keyboard.
  • Then, you need to enter the text CHKDSK/R into the space provided and hit the Enter key. The CHKDSK feature will now scan and repair your hard drive. When you are done with the process, you need to enter the text Exit.
  • Finally, hit the Enter key and your computer system will restart all by its own. All the changes that you made will be automatically saved on your computer.
Well, that is it! By now, you must be able to boot up your computer without any issues. If, you still encounter such issues, feel free to get in touch with our Windows tech support team.
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