Unmountable Boot Volume in Windows XP ( WINXP ) - SOLUTION 4


Solution 1 - CHKDSK  - Solution 2 - Use another computer    Solution 3 - Repair Windows

Solution 4 - AUTOCHK.EXE cannot be Found    Solution 5 - Microsoft articles



Your computer will not boot returning the error "Unmountable boot Volume". This is usually caused by a corrupt "BOOT.INI" file.


SOLUTION 4 - "Autochk.exe cannot be Found"

If you get an error in relation to a missing "autochk.exe" file when running chkdsk, then do the following at command prompt:



Now try the "CHKDSK /F" or "CHKDSK /P" command again.



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