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Windows 7: BSOD unmountable boot volume

22 Mar 2015   #1
blazkox

Windows enterprise x64
 
 
BSOD unmountable boot volume

Hello, im new around here and i have i big BSOD problem :) and sorry for my bad english

It started like this: 2-3 weeks ago, my laptop completly froze for about 10-15 minutes, than a BSOD comes up and restarts the laptop. In the restart process i couldnt get past the windows logo (BSOD again and again). Than i tried to hit F8 to get to the options menu and i chosed safe mode (BSOD again), than last known good configuration and that was the fix for my problem, sadly for a couple of weeks. Yesterday the same problem happend, but now i cant get past the windows logo with and option i choose from the options menu. The HDD is working and working, and than the BSOD come up.

The BSOD message is UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME.

I have already checked google but none of the fixes helped me. I dont want to loose any of the data on HDD, becouse i need them for study and my exams. I put in the CD/DVD drive the windows 7 installation disc, pressed F9 to select boot from DVD and pressed enter. The files loaded up normally and i get to the windows installation screen. I have clicked repair your computer but after that nothing happens. I have a windows screen with mouse cursor, HDD is working something for about 2min and than it stops. I left the laptop in that stage over the night but nothing happened. Please help me and ty in advance :)

My laptop:
Hp ProBook 4730s
4GB RAM
500 GB HDD (samsung)
Switchable graphics (intel HD and AMD mobility radeon 1GB)
Windows 7 Enterprise x64
HDD is split on 3 partitions


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22 Mar 2015   #2
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64
 
 

Follow the thread rules and use this tutorial.

Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

Our BSOD team will need to see the logs.

**How and from where did you get Windows 7 Enterprise??
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22 Mar 2015   #3
blazkox

Windows enterprise x64
 
 

I have downloaded the windows 7 enterprise from piratebay and used a legit product key (my HP laptop dont support cracked windows installed).

About the logs, how can i get them if i cant even get to desktop?
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