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  Posted on August 14, 2015 21:31
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Gosh no one even tried to decipher what it means. It means that there's basically something important that it can't load because it's disconnected. Does this happen during start up? If so, something in your (I think BIOS or POST or BOOT, I really can't remember now) Is corrupted or moved/deleted.

Downloaded anything or moved anything that you're not supposed to recently?
i was to lazy to look through my class stuff (turkey)

system32 strikes again
  Posted on August 14, 2015 21:54
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HeadCaptainYama wrote:
cg237 wrote:
Gosh no one even tried to decipher what it means. It means that there's basically something important that it can't load because it's disconnected. Does this happen during start up? If so, something in your (I think BIOS or POST or BOOT, I really can't remember now) Is corrupted or moved/deleted.

Downloaded anything or moved anything that you're not supposed to recently?
i was to lazy to look through my class stuff (turkey)

system32 strikes again
i removed the system 32 virus and my computer is just fine. thank u 4chan!
  Posted on August 14, 2015 22:00
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xxsnowstarzxx wrote:
HeadCaptainYama wrote:
cg237 wrote:
Gosh no one even tried to decipher what it means. It means that there's basically something important that it can't load because it's disconnected. Does this happen during start up? If so, something in your (I think BIOS or POST or BOOT, I really can't remember now) Is corrupted or moved/deleted.

Downloaded anything or moved anything that you're not supposed to recently?
i was to lazy to look through my class stuff (turkey)

system32 strikes again
i removed the system 32 virus and my computer is just fine. thank u 4chan!
you poor soul
  Posted on August 14, 2015 22:09
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HeadCaptainYama wrote:
cg237 wrote:
Gosh no one even tried to decipher what it means. It means that there's basically something important that it can't load because it's disconnected. Does this happen during start up? If so, something in your (I think BIOS or POST or BOOT, I really can't remember now) Is corrupted or moved/deleted.

Downloaded anything or moved anything that you're not supposed to recently?
i was to lazy to look through my class stuff (turkey)

system32 strikes again
Lol you needed to look through class stuff to figure out what "unmounted boot" could suggest? (homer)

Dat system32 doe.
  Posted on August 14, 2015 22:32
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cg237 wrote:
HeadCaptainYama wrote:
cg237 wrote:
Gosh no one even tried to decipher what it means. It means that there's basically something important that it can't load because it's disconnected. Does this happen during start up? If so, something in your (I think BIOS or POST or BOOT, I really can't remember now) Is corrupted or moved/deleted.

Downloaded anything or moved anything that you're not supposed to recently?
i was to lazy to look through my class stuff (turkey)

system32 strikes again
Lol you needed to look through class stuff to figure out what "unmounted boot" could suggest? (homer)

Dat system32 doe.
it's the middle of the summer, you think i remember anything from school? (hippo)
  Posted on August 14, 2015 22:51
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  Posted on August 15, 2015 00:20
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Yeeeeah pretty much, I had the same error a while back and this is how I fixed it
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  Posted on August 15, 2015 02:38
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"unmountable/unmounted boot" could often suggest there's a problem with your hard disk drive. Something probably corrupted the operating system. You can try either two, or three things. First would be trying to start on safe mode and doing a recovery. Second, would be reinstalling your operating system. The last option would be replacing the hard drive.
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  Posted on August 15, 2015 02:40
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m149307 wrote:
Have you tried turning it on and off again?

Damn it M1 I wanted to say that.
  Posted on August 16, 2015 16:33
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Aidz0r wrote:
"unmountable/unmounted boot" could often suggest there's a problem with your hard disk drive. Something probably corrupted the operating system. You can try either two, or three things. First would be trying to start on safe mode and doing a recovery. Second, would be reinstalling your operating system. The last option would be replacing the hard drive.

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  Posted on January 18, 2016 08:19
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m149307 wrote:
Have you tried turning it on and off again?

Damn it M1 I wanted to say that.
Oh. Sorry.
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