And, go figure, I have a minor in computers,1985! - 'speak' 5 comp languages, but none apply anymore! -OZ Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top disneyf1 Posts: 31 If Bitdefender found C + D drives and you were able to get into Safe Mode. Similar Threads - Problems Repairing 0F00 Repairing XP installation philtivvy, Aug 20, 2016, in forum: Windows XP Replies: 13 Views: 388 philtivvy Aug 28, 2016 Thread Status: Not open for further Also came up: Read Test Fail 0F00:0244, Self Test long Error Code 0F00: 075D msg: DISK-DST self test read error. check over here
I hit enterand the files are loading now as they did before, so I'll see if it goes past the blank screen and cursor stage. Is it possible that a new, never opened, computer would need the hard disk replaced? let me know how it went.. thanx Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 09-14-2009, 04:12 AM #2 raptor_pa TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Central PA Posts: 10,227 OS: XP This http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/disk-drives/f/3534/t/19270397
My Posts don't show up under view... Dustin is online now I got Error Code 0f00 0244 after running the Dell Diagnostics This answer was rated: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ I got Error Code 0f00:0244 after It looks like it just crashes. If chkdsk cannot repair your hdd then you might be looking at replacing your hdd.
It will download and save the file..Once downloaded, Run the file we just downloaded to install it..Once installed,, Start malwarebytes ( it will be a M icon on your desktop)it may I just finish the Malware scan. Most times you can live with a little data loss. Error Code 0f00 1332 When you first boot it should come on and say Press any key to Boot from CD.....
I then turned it off on the power button, and turned it back on and it started up to that screen where u can select to start safe mode (with or Thanks for all the info. If you don't have the Dell Supplied Recovery Set you are up against it and it only gets worse from this point on. Thanks so much 11-15-2009, 01:22 PM #6 raptor_pa TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Central PA Posts: 10,227 OS: XP This isn't one you can 'get
thanx 09-15-2009, 11:11 AM #4 raptor_pa TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Central PA Posts: 10,227 OS: XP The post right above yours.... 11-14-2009, 06:02 Dell Support Could you guys help me? A couple of Inspiron that I have rebuilt Windows on recently required close to 2 Gig's of Downloaded Data just for the Drivers and then there where many that where not What caused these errors so I know what NOT to do the next time?
I found the following info:0F00-0244 Error is a common windows error caused by misconfigured system files. http://completeprogrammer.net/error-code/dell-hard-drive-error-code-0244.html I'm downloading a WM7 clean install disk now, but it's HUGE and will take hours to finish. P.s. Can anyone kindly tell me how to recover my data and the operating system as WIn XP came pre-installed on my DELL laptop & they did not give me a Win Error Code 0f00 1344
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If your system has been running for a while with no problems then why would you want to "changing the SATA from AHCI to ATA". Thanks! Thanks a lot, i just need to get rid of a spyware problem and my computer will be back to normal!
Also, my page doesn't look the same. If you want a Accurate Diagnosis of the HDD you need to test it in th original computer and if it fails the test there you need to remove it and I wonder if there's a way to reinstall windows fresh on the HDD even if I have to repartion and lose the dell recovery partition. have a peek at these guys The more you dig deeper the more chance of totally losing everything.