Sometimes when you try to start Windows XP-based computer, the system may not boot and you might encounter some error messages related to system files missing. This is a problem in Windows XP makes all the important information cannot access and data loss situations occurs. To resolve this problem, select File Recovery Software.
When you try to start Windows XP-based computer, you may receive one of the following error messages: Windows could not start because of disk hardware configuration problem.
Can not read from selected boot disk. Check boot path and disk hardware.Please see the Windows documentation about hardware disk configuration and hardware reference manuals for more information.
Windows NT could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
Winnt_rootSystem32Ntoskrnl.exe Please reinstall a copy of the previous.
Winnt_rootSystem32Hal.dll missing or damaged. Please reinstall a copy of the foregoing.
In addition, you may experience the following problems:
If you start the Recovery Console command-line system will be without login option.
When you access a Windows folder, the error message: "Access denied"
When repairing Windows XP from the CD boot XP, the installation was not detected and the repair process fails.
You may experience this problem because of the lack of startup files and other system files. The loss of these files do not let Windows boot and you are inaccessible files and data loss problems. The problem may also occur due to missing or corrupted boot partition on your hard drive or Windows system files corrupted. In all these cases, you must do File Recovery in solving this problem have access to your critical data.
To resolve this problem, try the following:
Modify Boot.ini file.
Use the Bootcfg utility to correct the Boot.ini file is the Recovery Console.
Copy the file from the CD Ntoskrnl.exe and insert it into the Windows folder.
These methods are only useful if you can connect to the Windows folder. What you do not receive any logging options for recovery console, then these methods may not be completed. In these situations, you must format the hard disk and reinstall Windows XP to solve the problem.
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