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Solving Problems in Windows XP File System
Author: Cássio Lima
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: September 16, 2005
Page: 1 of 3
Introduction

Last week something strange happened to me, and I believe the same has happened to many of you. I was at my computer, writing and concentrating in my thoughts, when suddenly I moved very fast on my chair and kicked the voltage stabilizer with my right foot, turning everything off. My first reaction was to hold my head with the hands and deeply regret what I had done. After the anger was gone, I used my right foot again, this time to turn the stabilizer and the PC. When the operating system – Windows XP – was being loaded, surprise: a weird blue screen appeared with the following error message: STOP 0x000000ED UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME. The file system of my Windows XP had been corrupted and I was unable to use my computer.

In this tutorial we’ll talk about the operation and how to solve problems in Windows XP file system.

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