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  • Question

  • partition wipe and then windows xp setup  
    An unexpected error (32769) occurred at line 5218 in d:\xpsp\base\boot\setup\setup.

    Damaged boot sector.
    Damaged master boot record (MBR).
    Virus infections.

    how make bootloader ??  (error for)

    how create emergency repair disk ???

    Friday, July 15, 2011 4:01 AM

Answers

  • Sounds like you are not booting to the actual CD.  Change the Boot order or permissions in your BIOS.  Make sure it is set to try and boot from CD.

    If it still doesn't work try wiping the drive or at least deleting the partitions with another product like a Linux CD or a drive wiper like Dariks Boot and Nuke.  Keep in mind if you wipe your drive there is no getting any of the data back.  I'm assuming you are don't care about recovering data and just want to reinstall windows.  Boot and Nuke is open source so its free.

    If you have access to another working machine download the ISO and burn it to a CD.

     

    http://www.dban.org/download


    Dave - http://www.dms-itconsulting.com
    Tuesday, July 19, 2011 2:01 AM

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  • You can normally repair the XP MBR by booting from an XP CD, running the recovery console and entering the command 'fixmbr' - if you still can't boot up, try the command 'fixboot c:' 

     

    Friday, July 15, 2011 12:46 PM
  • You can normally repair the XP MBR by booting from an XP CD, running the recovery console and entering the command 'fixmbr' - if you still can't boot up, try the command 'fixboot c:' 

     

    recovery console try

    fixboot--fixmbr try

    sata hard drive

    First--hard drive (to previously)  multiple operating system installed

    second - had drive (to previously)  multiple operating system installed

    boot freezee  

     

    bios update try

    Fail

    maybe dword settings  (how find?) 

    restore hardware configuration

    all registry keys destroy/delete try  

     

    Friday, July 15, 2011 1:31 PM
  • hmm, maybe it's going to be worth formatting one of your drives and reinstalling windows altogether?  
    Friday, July 15, 2011 1:39 PM
  • hmm, maybe it's going to be worth formatting one of your drives and reinstalling windows altogether?  

    how format ???

    first -hard drive format  then

    second - hard drive format

    or  normal format ??

     

    normal format try  ( 10 more try )

    partition wipe and format

    all registry keys destroy/delete  and format

     fixboot or fixmbr and format

    chkdsk /R and format

    bios update ( no format out)

     

     

    Friday, July 15, 2011 2:58 PM
  • I think we may be getting lost in translation a bit. Assuming you can put your windows CD in and boot from it, you can follow the wizard to install it on either drive you have - it will give you the option to format during that process, just remember you will be losing your data from the drive you install it on. Good luck.
    Friday, July 15, 2011 3:01 PM
  • Bootloader try (problem sectors)

    bootloader ( update sectors) or new sectors

     

    how create bootloader?  ( no diskette out)

    Friday, July 15, 2011 4:06 PM
  • Sounds like you are not booting to the actual CD.  Change the Boot order or permissions in your BIOS.  Make sure it is set to try and boot from CD.

    If it still doesn't work try wiping the drive or at least deleting the partitions with another product like a Linux CD or a drive wiper like Dariks Boot and Nuke.  Keep in mind if you wipe your drive there is no getting any of the data back.  I'm assuming you are don't care about recovering data and just want to reinstall windows.  Boot and Nuke is open source so its free.

    If you have access to another working machine download the ISO and burn it to a CD.

     

    http://www.dban.org/download


    Dave - http://www.dms-itconsulting.com
    Tuesday, July 19, 2011 2:01 AM
  • Download and try-  (boot and nuke dban cd) &&&&

    Dban results== dev/sde..dev/sdc....dev/sdf...dev/sda....dev/sdd...dev/sdb &&& crash partitions...

    delete and resize or create  == try  (PTDD partition table doctor portable && Active partition recovery &&)).. LiveXp mode === Very try

    Try fixmbr=== Cause

    Caution Use this command with care because it can damage your partition table if any of the following apply:

    • A virus is present and a third-party operating system is installed on the same computer.

    • A nonstandard MBR is installed by a third-party disk utility.

    • A hardware problem exists.

    Caution Run antivirus software before you use the fixmbr command.

    bytehero scan results::: AcGenral.dll (virus) AcAdProc.dll (virus)..skytel.exe(virus) 

    http://imageshack.us/f/3/filethreatslarge.jpg/  

    Monday, September 26, 2011 3:10 AM
  • Hi maxboy,

    What OS are you using? If you're using Windows XP, here is a simple step by step tutorial on how to create an emergency disk for Windows XP.

    If you're using Windows 7 - you might want to visit this article - How to create Windows 7 repair disc.

     

     

    Wednesday, January 11, 2012 1:16 PM