|15 Mar 2016||#1|
Hard Drive Marked System Reserved Windows 7 0xc000000f Won't Boot
-I'm getting the Boot Manager windows failed to start Status: 0xc000000f
- My Hard drive is now labeled system reserved and I cannot
get any files from it.
I've had this rouge alureon virus on one of my HD's for the longest.
Come to find out I had to use TDSSkiller to get rid of it
as no other program could.
The virus was in my boot sector. TDSSkiller detected it
and "cured" it. I restart my computer and next thing I know
I'm getting the -
Windows failed to start. A recent hardware of software change might be the cause. To fix the problem:
1.Insert your Windows installation disc and restart the computer.
2.Choose your language settings, and then click "Next".
3.Click "Repair your computer."
If you do not have this disc, contact your system administrator or computer manufacturer for assistance.
Info: The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible.
I used the Windows repair disc, and it said it detected 1 problem
and attempted to fix it. Restarted computer and getting same error.
Tried repair disc again and it basically said there's nothing
more it can do.
Looked up a few tutorial's on how to manual repair
in cmd, but no method seemed to work.
Instead of repairing I wanted to plug this hard drive into another
PC and just get the files that I need and then reformat.
Well now its saying the hard drive is now my system reserved
and no files are on the hard drive.
In "My Computer" both system reserved are reading 99mb
Screen shot from diskmanager:
What is going here? I've never ran into this issue before
*EDIT* this is what "My Computer" shows
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|16 Mar 2016||#3|
First, remove the HDDs Disk 0 and Disk 2 from the system (remove the SATA cables form the HDDs' end, that will be enough).
Now there is Disk 1 only, and CR ROM.
The 100 MB system reserved is marked as active there, rightly.
Try Startup Repair. Run it for three separate times with restarts.
Let us know. If not, we will try some other ways.
When the computer will boot back, we will pay attention to the Disk 2, to retrieve the data. OK?
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