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Unmountable Boot Volume?

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Unmountable Boot Volume?

Has anybody ever loaded up there computer and a blue screen has popped up and said Unmountable Boot Volume? The only way I can get rid of it is to put my Reboot Disk in and go into DOS and type chkdsk which checks the disk and removes it for about a week then it keeps coming back. Does anyone know how to get rid of this?

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Unmountable Boot Volume?

This is normaly due to changing the controller or at least the pc thinking its changed. If you load xp/win2k on a intel pc and then move the disk to a Via MB you will get this error.

The o/s loads the driver for the hard disk controller earley in the boot procces if it is the wrong one it cant then see the drive. If the board has a raid controller this would cause it.

You dont say what o/s your using and what you did to cause this.