When I tried to use my Samsung desktop system running Windows, it is showing some message like ‘Disk boot failure’ and not able to start up the Windows. How to restore the system back?
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there must be some bootable file missing from your drive to restore your system back insert the windows CD and then boot your system and then select the repair option .it will restore your system back.and install good antivirus software to avoid these problems and also don't make any drive active except the one in which you have installed the windows OS.
If you cannot reboot the system then you have problem with your windows OS.
I think windows is crashed, you need to insert your windows CD and boot your system.
If it is crashed repair your system using the DVD.
Or try the linux live CD in order to check whether your hardware is right or not.
if you dont have linux live cd
download from the website
Write in the CD.
may, be some bootable file of ur OS is missing.......reaper ur OS from ur repare disk .or try to install a new fresh copy of os......
your Boot file got corrupted. to repair this you need windows installation disk.
Insert it to boot from it and then select repair computer option and follow the screen instructions.
If this not resolve install the fresh windows from the same disk...
Solution 1: Ensure that your drives are empty
If there is a non-bootable CD or disk in the drives, your computer might be attempting to boot the program with this disk. Hence, ensure that the floppy disk drive, the CD/R and DVD drives are all empty before restarting your computer and trying to run it again.
Solution 2: BIOS set up
If this has not solved the problem, it might be linked to an incorrectly set up BIOS.
1. To enter BIOS, press the F8 key when the Windows screen shows up upon starting the computer
2. Then all you have top do is to prioritize the boot sequence to Disk C:
Solution 3: New hard drive configuration
If you have just installed a new hard drive, you should insert the system installation CD and restart your computer again so that it reboots with the CD.
Solution 4: Hard drive not properly plugged in
If your hard drive is not properly plugged in, this can also lead to a rebooting error message. Switch off your computer and remove it from the power supply before
checking the cables attached to it. Ensure that the motherboard is correctly installed. Once you have done this, try running your system again.
Solution 5: Restore the corrupted system files
If neither solution has solved your issue, then it might be due to a corruption of your system files.
1. Start your computer with a system boot CD and once it is running, enter the command "Dir C:" to ensure that you can access the C: drive's contents.
2. If the computer enables you to access the contents, then you can enter the command:
hello guest !!
your problem is due to the missing bootloader of your windows 7.
you cant do any repair work.
neither any tricks or tweeks can be applied to it.
one and only one thing you can do is to again do a fresh install of your operating system keeping in meind right installation procedure.
Disk Boot Failure signifies really collapse of the booting system which is solely dependent on boot files.
Check your computer BIOS for boot sequence , if something else set it back to boot from C:\ drive. Save and Exit.
If the HDD has some Bad Track/Sector/Cluster generated where the boor files are stored you need to scan the disk for that.
If the HDD is okay then possibly the system files are either damaged , corrupt , or missing, insert the Windows Installer Cd into the optical drive and boot from it. Select REPAIR from the given menu and repair the damage, If it fails to provide solution You will need a CLEAN INSTALLATION of WINDOWS.