I found this out by taking the disk out of my notebook and hooking it up to a usb hdd adapter and plugging it into my good desktop. Has anyone else had any success with booting up via debugging to avoid the crcdisk error? Thursday, August 14, 3: Monday, March 24, 9: Hopefully that will work and get Vista up and running again. They hang at the “Microsoft” logo screen with the “travelling bars”. Apparently the CRC Disk checks all installed hard drives.

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MS can’t be compatible with everyone. I had the same problem on my system and I am vgn-fz140d my best to find a solution without loosing any data.

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Then I get a screen to Halt the batch vgn-fz140e and I choose Y. Please check LBA mode of your bios setting. Apparently, the hard disk was damaged. I cant Restore the vgn-fz140e because it was a clean install.

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