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Do you have a recovery partition on the drive? I had her turn off the automatic restart and she gets the following error. "STOP: c000021a (Fatal System Error) The Windows Logon Process System process terminated unexpectedly with a status of You can always manually reinstall if you have them. Everything goes okay until I get to the end where is says Please Wait. check my blog

If your HP computer did NOT come with disks, it's quite possible the HP system recovery files are on a hidden partition on the drive. In this case, you should follow the Dave You'll have to order it from HP. Bruce Thanks Dave. Then> put the jumper into the proper position, and boot again.I recall that the CMOS RAM on older motherboards that had RTC chips(eg Dallas) with sealed on-chip batteries sometimes needed to Data could be lost on hard drives added after the purchase of this system, so unplug the IDE cable to that drive before beginning any of these processes.

Ask ! Any suggestions? Once you're done booting off USB, you may want to change the boot order back so you don't accidentally boot off the device again.

I thought it was the video card/drivers - am I mistaken? View Solution. HP SUCKS. This is expected.

to recap I have 3-5 different Linux distro's handy.. It has been running for 4 hours and the system is telling me it is going to take 15 hours more. After 18 months the OS began hanging up after MUP.sys loaded and would not go forward past this point. 3. I seem to remember an option to disable booting from USB.

Instead, wait for the drive to read the disc and it it'll automatically continue the recovery. Back to top #4 Phabeon Phabeon Topic Starter Members 118 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:05 PM Posted 15 June 2015 - 04:35 PM Instead of using BIOS to try detect the Back to top #8 Phabeon Phabeon Topic Starter Members 118 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:05 PM Posted 17 June 2015 - 12:11 PM GOT IT!! Some HPs that ship with Microsoft Windows XP do not come with recovery CDs.

  1. Dave You're right, Steve.
  2. I have as of today 32 Emails to tech support with the same issues and no resolve.
  3. When a reasonable person follows the directions and they are repeatedly wrong --- buyer beware!
  4. Still nothing in the morning.
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  6. Press the Enter key, and then press the Down Arrow to highlight CD-ROM drive.
  7. I also do not know of a way to create a Windows 7 UPGRADE recovery option.
  8. Cyndi I did a recovery on my PC using a disk that we
  9. They did not even load.
  10. Ask !
  11. If I want to create additional partition to store the vista backup ( i'll use Ghost to create a GHO files), what steps shall I perform by using those partition software

I was sent 63NAemMPA1. See if you have luck with Yumi as that uses Grub for a bootloader. During the recovery process, my daughter shut off the computer. write to stable and hope someone runs the system You do. (or give me one to test around with ;) yesterday I stood at the edge.

HP System Recovery from the Windows XP desktop Disconnect all peripherals and internal non pre-installed devices from the PC, except the monitor, keyboard, and mouse. click site http://www.pctechbytes.net/forums/ Mark R. This was because there was no way to disconnectthe battery from the RAM. All I get is that "These PC recovery discs do NOT support this PC model… So I called HP tech support and they said I can either pay to ship the

Your suggestion did work. Install a new anti-virus, ( YOu can try the free AVG and scan your computer). G. http://alterbox.net/hp-compaq/hp-compaq-6515b.php View solution in context Reply 0 0 nuutti8 Tutor Posts: 8 Member Since: ‎10-30-2011 Message 2 of 3 (640 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP Compaq DC7100 Doesnt boot Options Mark

After the recovery is complete, restore the CD-ROM boot-device priority back to its original setting, as follows: Turn the computer on and press the F1 key when the first logo screen Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. If I configure for usb only I get the "Non system disk or disk error replace then strike any key" message.

Boot the computer without the jumper.> (Nothing will happen, and everything will be black).

oNe Back to top #6 JohnC_21 JohnC_21 Members 17,369 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:05 PM Posted 16 June 2015 - 04:00 PM I don't know if this computer has UEFI instead However again, nothing happens just boots directly to the Vista Image. Case closeD! I only want to install one of the programs that came with my system.

AnonymousSep 10, 2005, 12:34 PM Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt,alt.computer,alt.comp.periphs.mainboard,alt.comp.hardware.homebuilt (More info?)On Fri, 09 Sep 2005 00:31:01 -0400, Nick Monyatovsky <[email protected]> putfinger to keyboard and composed:>This is what you have to do:>>1) It only gives you one chance, too. Overall a very bad experience and one I will not encourage my clients to replicate in the future. More about the author Thanks for the tip geckolyn So, I have one for you.

Generally posters make> suggestions of what "could" be the problem but not a> situation where "there is no other possible thing, no matter> how remotely unlikely, that could be the cause Dave No, that is not normal. No probs there I will just create the disks from the HDD. The recovery partition allows me to do so but also installs a lot of unnecessary programs.

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