the harddrive has the number TATTOOed on the MBR (masterboot recold) and finally the recovery image has the same number somewhere. September 18, 2009 msmacdaddy please help me i dont know what to do i have a emachine oo god god forgive me i need to check my everything everybody keep on March 12, 2009 helder i know what to do ,i did explained before,it has to do with net frame or the booting from your driver. Join & Write a Comment Already a member? this content
Again, the system will not boot to the optical drive. May 23, 2009 cotts73 ok. Then it worked. DISKPART> select partition 2 Partition 2 is now the selected partition. ##have a look to see if the disk is inactive DISKPART> detail partition Partition 2 Type : 07 Hidden: No
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. so i tried to repair the computer using the optoins within the windows repair applicaiotn but non of the optoins worked. No i haven't had my hard drive formatted.
It's a folder of driver files that contains a .inf file. i had the same problem. If you can put your drive into a USB enclosure and connect it to another computer with XP or Vista, just delete the partition so the drive is NOT partitioned and We've got some top-notch geeks over there!
this one is quite easy to resolve…. January 19, 2009 jd2066 @Kalmin: No, you can't use a Windows XP disc. regards, Paul July 3, 2009 Sean PEOPLE!!!! this then took 30-40 mins (WOOT - its working).
Ok done everything to the letter T and the system recovery is back but the low side is that in the initial stage itself the system says error 1002. I know different people suggested the Bios as a solution to this problem, but I don't know if anyone went into detail concerning the priority order of Hard Drives. I put my WinXP disc in the drive and rebooted. The menu had a option to re-tattoo the system so i did that and it sorted every thing out.
It'll probably be called something like 'Packard Bell Recovery Management'. The problem is while i can see there is windows on My computer, I can not get past the recovery page. February 10, 2009 Anodized Thanks for such a thorough and well-done walkthrough. disconnect IDE cables 4.
DISKPART> active DiskPart marked the current partition as active. ## have a look at the partition again and we can see that the partition is now active….. http://vbview.net/packard-bell/packard-bell-scanner-help.php Some notes about my success: If your OS does not show up, you may need to load drivers for your drive. ps it will help Pague if you also gave the serial numberS/N from the back of the Machinealso Part numberPNdid you make the cds your self or did they come with I have noticed however that my pc boots straight into windows with no probs if I leave the vista disk in my pc, very strange.
it would contain a list of files need to be read to start the opperating system. Please let me now how i can over come this and restore my pc back. Thanks. http://vbview.net/packard-bell/packard-bell.php I should be getting the "No OS found" message (optical drive) or it should skip the optical drive since it can't boot and go to the installed OS on the hard
January 19, 2009 Kalmin is it possible to solve this error using an XP instead of a vista disk? i then decided to used diskpart to format the c volume… did this then started the HP recovery again by pressing F11. Go to your boot menu and select hard drives and swap them by using the (-) or (+) on your Number Pad.
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. After that install vista and ur problem is gone. Then after I restart my computer the "Floppy Disk Fail(40)" error gone. Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions.
August 3, 2008 Woodenhorse An old thread but feel like posting as this site come up as top ranked when googled, so heres my 2 cents for those who stumble accross See http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/how-to-make-a-windows-vista-repair-disk-if-you-dont-have-one/ for how to do so. DISKPART> list disk (this should give you a list of disks that you have in your system) you need to selcet the disk that has the opperating system on…(if you have check my blog I've done it.
It may be possible to download the data from one of the many sites and create a CD from this. my laptop already worked, it because of my cd-rom caused problem. Or a packard bell specific cd? 0 LVL 3 Overall: Level 3 Windows 7 1 Message Active today Author Comment by:pma1112013-08-21 Comment Utility Permalink(# a39427812) Seems a bit weird that remembering my computer has no OS at the moment.
Hold the Alt key while repeatedly hitting F10 during start-up until "Starting Acer Recovery" comes up. re-connect everything when i re-connected everything back up, i was able to re-boot without any problems, and actually didn't have to do a system repair with the DVD. Does it have a flopy drive? - make a boot loppy on anther XP system insert and at the prompt type copy sys c: press enter - this will copy boot January 4, 2009 Sam Gary- I am having the same problem.
I don't think that there actually is a proper download to fix this problem… November 8, 2009 Cristobal Miguelo If you have more than one hard drive in your system during January 21, 2009 natasha i did both the CD, and then "repair your computer…." and also the "command prompt" a bunch of times but it keeps telling me that my bootmgr if you see the windows folder then you know that this is the volume that you need to format. The reason for getting this error is because of the following process… you turn your computer on.
i also try to find it by load, and opening each folder, but theres no operating system May 28, 2008 Colin bald006, I'm actually having the same problem as we speak. Generated Thu, 01 Dec 2016 22:19:08 GMT by s_wx1193 (squid/3.5.20) No usb sticks are plugged in. Covered by US Patent.
It would be more usual to use these rather than direct from the data on the HDD.