Windows related problems specifically when it is unable to boot can have a root into the hardware malfunctioning that may also result in data loss. After analyzing physical connectivity, removal of removable media, repair or reinstall of Windows, replacement of graphic adapter the next step is to take a leap towards a reliable computer technical support vendor to fix problems.
Have you ever been confronted with “Non-system disk or disk error,” or a similar message on your computer screen? Logical interpreting suggests that your computer could not find Windows or Windows continues to fail during the startup process. Well, the problem is inevitable, and could happen with any make or model running on any of the Windows operating system.
Let’s take a tour to this PC repair article to troubleshoot and fix this instantly. Remove any floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, USB flash drives, digital cameras, and memory cards, as your system might have tried to start with any of those and failed in the attempt. Next, you can try is to make use of the Windows Repair Console (Windows XP) or Windows Restore Utility (Windows Vista/7). You acquire limited access to the NTFS file system, FAT, and FAT32 volumes through the Windows Recovery Console, without starting the Windows graphical user interface (GUI), and can perform important tasks like using, copying, renaming, or replacing operating system files and folders, enabling/disabling service or device startup the next time that you start your computer, repairing the file system boot sector or the master boot record (MBR) and creating and formatting partitions on drives. At times, you can try your hand with the Windows reinstallation CD, and repair or reinstall the software for a work around or permanent solution.
What if there is no startup screen? Likely your computer has a hardware problem. To troubleshoot hardware problems, disconnect and reconnect monitor to your computer. Verify that your monitor’s power cord is connected and that your monitor is turned on. If possible, try to check by connecting the monitor to a different computer. If your monitor works properly but the machine is beeping, then it means there is some fault with the video adapter. Get in touch with the manufacturer or a reputed hardware vendor to fix computer problem. You can also take a plunge to replace the damaged video adapter, but for that you must have the desired know-how. Refer to the user-manual that came with your system.
In case you are not fortunate enough to get a breakthrough, then probably the fault lies with the motherboard, processor, memory, or graphics card. Now, you are strictly advised to visit for some reliable PC help service or call for in-house service that can do hardware repair in a quick and easy manner. If your machine is within the warranty go with the manufacturer for free repair and maintenance otherwise be ready with your wallet.
The discussed situations are quite pain stacking but they are beyond control. However, being an advanced user, you should be ready with system backup so as to safeguard important data and emails. Do take the burden to have a Windows Rescue disc that is often available with leading security vendors, and you are required to just download recommended link and burn that on to your system. Didn’t follow any of these, and have lost your data actually? Take help from computer technical support provider to get back your data. Reliable vendors can recover lost & deleted documents, videos, photos, music files, email items & many other such file types as per your demand.
As a senior computer technical support engineer at Techvedic, the author offers out-of-the-box PC repair service remote support to global customers for issues related to hardware and software. Moreover, he has a passion to write articles and blogs related to computer support, so as to empower consumers to fix computer problems on their own.