Startup Repair Fails to Repair Windows Vista by gjjur4356


									?There are many ways by which logical corruption in Windows Vista can occur. In
most cases, the operating system becomes un bootable, leading to inaccessibility of
data saved in your hard drive. Understanding the critical of your data, Microsoft has
embedded a powerful feature in Windows operating system, 'Startup Repair', to
overcome all kinds of Windows booting and data inaccessibility problems. This
feature can be accessed from 'System Recovery Options' or can also be installed on
your hard drive. While the feature is useful in repairing most of the file system
corruption problems, there is a possibility that it fails to repair your operating system
and the data saved in your hard drive remains inaccessible. In such cases, if you want
to access your hard drive data, then you need to restore the files using an updated data
backup. But, with inaccessibility of an updated backup, you need to use an advanced
disk recovery application.

Consider a practical case, where you encounter the below error message while trying
to boot your Windows Vista based system:
"no bootable devices, please insert boot cd and press any key"
To overcome the message, when you run Startup Repair, you encounter another error
message stating that your system can not be repaired using this feature:
"Problem Event: Startup RepairV2

Problem Signature 01: External Media

Problem Signature 02: 6.0.6000.16386.

Problem Signature 03: 0

Problem Signature 04: 65537

Problem Signature 05: Unknown

Problem Signature 06: Bad Disk

Problem Signature 07: 0

Problem Signature 08: 0

Problem Signature 09: Unknown

Problem Signature 10: 1168

OS Version: 6.0.6000.

Locale ID: 1033"
After the above error message pops up, your hard drive data becomes inaccessible.

In case the Startup Repair option fails to repair, the next best option is to reinstall
Windows Vista operating system. Though this option allows you to boot your system,
it also deletes the data saved on your Windows Vista based hard drive. To access the
deleted data post formatting, you need to search for a third-party disk recovery utility.
Such hard disk recovery use powerful techniques to recover formatted data and to
restore it at required location.

Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery supports complete formatted data recovery
from FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, VFAT , NTFS and NTFS5 file system based partitions.
The disk recovery software can be installed on Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, and 2000.
It supports recovery from all kinds of storage media, including memory cards, digital
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