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this one is quite easy to resolve…. Step 11: Click¬†Restart Now. ¬†Your computer should now function properly. You saved me many hours of time and frustration. Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top snowshoe Posts: 22 This post has been reported. http://realink.org/solved-vista/solved-vista-home-premium.html

to do this they do something called a "tattoo" (this is what Packard Bell call the process protect the backup image). It's quite possible that the MBR boot code is also used by the Windows Vista disc so you get that error when you can't load the Windows Vista disc. I'll try to establish how widespread the problem is with non-HP computers and perhaps I will need to update this guide to accommodate other manufacturers. Greenwood143 THANK YOU!!

After Booting off the Windows Vista DVD and then click Next at the first prompt. Report • #1 beachyhbt July 8, 2014 at 11:37:39 You say "obviously" it's not clean. The recipe page come out with a header and a footer, that all. When I got to list the updates, it doesn't show updates for windows, only things like office, silverlight, etc.

July 13, 2009 For fricken sakes If you cannot boot your CD. May 23, 2009 cotts73 ok. I had no choice but to temporarily install a floppy drive and install the OS that way booting from floppies. Disk ### Status Size Free Dyn Gpt ----- ------- ----- ----- -- -- * Disk 0 Online 75 GB 1081 KB DISKPART> select disk 0 Disk 0 is now the selected

Evan Wondrasek You are welcome! I said ok, but I still had the same error when I rebooted. Finally got it fixed! https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-update/windows-vista-home-premium-doesnt-download-updates/ade9a207-0b5e-4525-a59f-9263d4701731 Thanks again!!!

But like you said that the recovery will start with F11, it is not happening. January 20, 2009 Gary Interesting response jd2066. I have tried to install Vista SP2 and got the BSoDeath mentioned above. Any ideas from anyone would be appreciated.

is there anyway around this? http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/fixing-bootmgr-is-missing-error-while-trying-to-boot-windows-vista/ Now could the Windows Vista repair function fix more cases of problems that prevent bootmgr from being found? August 5, 2008 Nova I'm having the same problem however, when use the Vista disk, it hangs at that message and doesn't go into the 1st Install page to enable me I've only had my HP for three weeks and was really bumming until I found your info.

KJS Had the same problem with a new Dell computer I got 5 days ago. http://realink.org/solved-vista/solved-vista-home-networking-problems.html i dunno and C is the windows partition…. Got to love Microsoft! u r a true life saver….

have you entered in the vista repair disk and this is where you say that nothing is there? I remember I installed SP2 and it seemed fine for a day or two. Please let me know if you have any additional questions! check my blog Panic averted.

Hugh Many thanks for helping with this problem. Then after I restart my computer the "Floppy Disk Fail(40)" error gone. the BSOD on this notebook occured with iTunes 8.02 and removing the USB/iPod connection and the Logitech USB Transmitter.

However, thanks to this first fix, its sorted in seconds.

is there an advanced option to choose from? 3, can you choose the partition to install the opperating system onto? 4,what is the exact error…. "error 1002. jmwills, Nov 5, 2007 #2 avie Thread Starter Joined: Jan 5, 1999 Messages: 106 BitDefender put a text file the restricted recovery partiton in the HP Visa machine. Glad it's not something I did. The update log does show kb973879 being installed, though.

By the way, I have this updates KB970653 and KB973874. Then see how things play out...As best I know pests don't usually disable or mess up the recovery partition and options. JOIN THE DISCUSSION Tweet Lowell Heddings, better known online as the How-To Geek, spends all his free time bringing you fresh geekery on a daily basis. news about once a week i get a BLANK blue screen.

Luke P Just got my VAIO FW a couple days ago and was unable to remove any sort of USB hardware (flash drives, transfer cables, even a portable mouse) without getting I restored my computer back on Aug 23 (did not have Aug 24 point) and erased microsoft update. Second time I ran this, I didn't receive a popup about fixing my disk, so I tried the bootrec /fixboot method and rebooted, but it did not work for me. I will try these methods to remove the update and see what happens and report back.

However, thanks to this first fix, its sorted in seconds. There was no issue after I uninstalled KB973879. When entering the BIOS I can see the new HD. After checking in the BIOS, I could no longer even get to the point (when booting off the windows cd) of even entering my Windows Key.

DISKPART> format this should then format the volume. all of the above have a number/code entered into them somewhere. Nonetheless wise still to safeguard data as above - first.Numerous "how to do a true Vista Repair installation" guides here:http://tinyurl.com/kkmljqz Report • #3 Scott96 July 8, 2014 at 12:01:19 The reasons Any solution for that ?

This is so frustrating, but I am so glad its not the laptop and just the updates.