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Computer with Windows XP failed to boot up

Started by Bob_2008, September 09, 2008, 08:45:26 PM

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I turn on the computer this afternoon, and Windows XP will not boot up and said one of my hard disk has problems. What is the best solution to fix this problem. I need this computer back in a working condition as soon as possible. In addition, I want all my services and Warrior data back.


When we shipped out 2U or 4U rack-mounted computers to our clients, we cloned the main hard drive to the backup hard drive. You can switch to the backup hard drive by pressing the Delete key on the keyboard while the computer first booting up. This will get you into the BIOS settings, navigate to the Boot menu and select the second backup hard disk. Press 10 to save and reboot computer.
Copy all files in Warrior folder of the corrupted hard drive to the new backup hard drive.