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Message Boot From Cd"DISK BOOT FAILURE INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER", "No system disk", it means the computer could not find the operating system and therefore could not boot. Below are some possible causes and solutions. Disc Stuck in the Drive Check to see if this is the case - if so, remove the disc(s) and try again Incorrect Boot Sequence Enter the BIOS setup of your computer and edit the boot sequence so that the computer starts primarily on drive C. New Hard Drive Installed If a new hard drive has been installed, this message is quite normal. Insert the installation CD for the operating system you wish to use and then restart the machine, having made sure the CD-ROM is defined in the BIOS setup as first in the boot sequence. Hard Drive Unplugged Open the system unit and check the power cable of the hard drive is properly connected. Corrupt System Files It may be that some system files needed to boot the computer have been deleted or damaged or that the boot sector of the disc is damaged. To find out if this is the case, start the computer with a system disk or CD-ROM installation of your operating system (via the Recovery Console), and type "Dir C:"
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Insert Bootable Disk ErrorVista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. Contents1 About "Disk Boot no bootable disk error Failure"1.1 Description and Symptoms1.2 Symptom 1: "Disk Boot Failure" error screen on startup2 Causes of this wii disk error troubleshooting Error2.1 Cause 1: Incorrect BIOS boot order2.2 Cause 2: Faulty data cables2.3 Cause 3: HDD is damaged3 Fixing “Disk boot failure” on Windows3.1 Fix 1: Change BIOS boot order3.2 Fix #2: Remove newly http://ccm.net/faq/1191-disc-boot-failure-message installed hardware, check data cables and jumpers3.3 Fix #3: Check HDD for failures3.4 Fix #4: Run chkdsk4 More Information4.1 Linked Entries4.2 Support Links4.3 Applicable Systems About "Disk Boot Failure" The following information on this error has been compiled by NeoSmart Technologies, based on the information gathered and reported by our global network of engineers, https://neosmart.net/wiki/disk-boot-failure/ developers, and technicians or partner organizations. Description and Symptoms The error messages, alerts, warnings, and symptoms below are tied to this error. Symptom 1: "Disk Boot Failure" error screen on startup Every time a computer is turned on, as part of the boot process the BIOS tries to find a bootable drive to continue the loading process by starting its first sector. However, if BIOS is unable to find a drive to boot from, then a "Disk Boot Failure" error screen is displayed and the boot process is halted. Here is an example of "Disk Boot Failure" error screen for all versions of Windows: DISK BOOT FAILURE - INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER Causes of this Error This error has been known to occur as a result of one of the following causes: Cause 1: Incorrect BIOS boot order The most common cause of this error is an incorrect order of boot devices in BIOS. Usually BIOS tries to find a bootabl
The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows XP "Disk read error occurred" message - how do I fix this? (25 posts) Started 4 years ago by stander2 Latest http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/disk-read-error-occurred-message-how-do-i-fix-this reply from G41M Topic Viewed 21520 times 1 2 Next » stander2 Posts: 17 This post has been reported. Hi When I try and start up my Windows XP I get this message "Disk read error occurred press Ctl+Alt =Del to restart. Every time I restart I get the same message. Does anyone have any ideas about the steps I should take in an attempt to fix this problem. I have searched the forums but disk error am a bit lost about some of the suggestions. Any simply explained suugested solutions would be appreciated. Thanks Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top whs Posts: 17584 This post has been reported. As a first measure I would run a chkdsk c: /r in cmd - e.g. from an installations disc. That would be as easy as it comes. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top stander2 Posts: 17 This post has disk error message been reported. hI whs How do I get to the CMD- every time I reboot I get the same message "Disk read error occurred press Ctl+Alt =Del to restart" Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top whs Posts: 17584 This post has been reported. You have to load your installation disc and go to the repair options. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top stander2 Posts: 17 This post has been reported. Hi Found the original Windows XP installation disk, turned the PC on, inserted the CD a number of times but all I get is the same message "Disk read error occurred press Ctl+Alt =Del to restart" Tried rebooting, installing CD, but only get the same message. Any other ideas would be appreciated. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top vistamike Posts: 10945 This post has been reported. When you boot, do you see an option to get into BIOS? (F2) Change the 1st boot device to CD/DVD Another option is to tap F12 on boot and change the boot order to CD/DVD Mike Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top whs Posts: 17584 This post has been reported. Yeah, Mike is right. You forgot to change the boot order. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top stander2 Posts: 17 This post has been reported. When