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ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.1/ Connection to 0.0.0.1 failed. Any help would greatly be appreciated. And try again it seems to be the boot.img files sometimes don't like the CD drive. Unsafe site. this contact form
current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Make sure it says Bootable in the text at left. Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Tehnik Posts: 1 This post has been reported. Loading... http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-hardware/cannot-boot-from-cd-code-1/7f8fe44c-b7e4-4321-beaf-a0f982d3767c
If all the above-listed steps fail to resolve memory-related Cdboot Cannot Boot From Cd Code 1 error codes, your PC's memory may be the culprit. So I made a bootable DVD with Windows 7 on it, everything went perfect, but when I restart my PC to boot into the CD, I wait for the message ''Press I am on Windows 7, and was planning to reformat my PC and install Windows 7 on it again.
Are you getting the prompt to "Press any key...?" Are you using a DVD drive, as you keep referring to CD. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. yeah im trying to get a vista off a mate of mine to see if that works but if it dont then i have no idea wat to do next T_T, http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-vista/can-not-boot-from-cd-code-1/7970.html Insufficient RAM.
Below are instructions to detect bad memory. RCompsx.com for more details If you need professional repair service we can help, also have software if needed Helpful +12 Report dmg Nov 24, 2009 04:48PM The DC's or DVD's are USB Device (not present) I moved number 3 - Onboard or USB CD-ROM Drive to the top of the list, making it number 1. Windows system file entry corruption is a serious matter, as it often means a malfunction that may pose a major security risk.
Trigger DVD to boot using one-time BIOS Boot Menu key. Working... I hate installing Win 7 off of a cd it's always give me a hard time. My System Specs OS XP / Win7 x64 Pro CPU Intel Quad-Core Q9450 @ 3.2GHz Motherboard Asus P5-E Memory 2x2GB GSkill DDR2 Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GTS (EVGA) Monitor(s) Displays
So, I then pulled out the HDD and placed it in a usb converter to see if the HDD is bad but it works fine on other computers. weblink Onboard IDE Hard Drive (not present) 5. Report timbuk2- Nov 26, 2009 06:26PM So how do I get this to happen? If your Laptop is not bootable, hit the F4 key during startup and it will get you to the recovery options screen.
So, before I fire up my saw, I thought I would seek a little... A Cdboot Cannot Boot From Cd Code 1 error code is caused by a Hexadecimal formatting error. I accessed the 'Boot Sequence' option, which is located underneath the 'System' heading.
erm yes i doo Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top ispalten Posts: 6259 This post has been reported.
See more Can't boot Windows XP reinstallation CD Windows doesn't dettct window from bokt Windows doesnt boot or install NTLDR - Boot.ini - NTDETECT Missing (no installation CD) Repairing Windows XP I hear the CD reader spinning fast but nothing happens except the black screen with that error message. Also, Cdboot Cannot Boot From Cd Code 1 errors are very common during PC restarts that immediately follow a previous improper shutdown and recent virus or malware infection recovery. Thanks guys, Matt.
Most common examples include: 1) incomplete software installation; 2) incomplete software uninstallation; 3) improperly deleted hardware drivers, and 4) improperly deleted software applications. share|improve this answer edited Feb 17 '10 at 16:05 answered Feb 17 '10 at 15:27 Joe Taylor 8,51263461 SOURCE: msfn.org/board/topic/14368-cdboot-unable-to-boot-from-cd-code-4 –r0ca Feb 17 '10 at 15:28 This So, now I am trying to install another os on it. his comment is here Loading...
go figure. That format is the most common one that software programmers employ for Windows system files and Windows OS-compatible hardware drivers and software apps.