nicatronTg Posted May 26, 2008 Share Posted May 26, 2008 THIS HAS BEEN RESOLVED! THERE IS NO NEED TO REPLY AGAIN! Short story: Computer crashed, and the BSOD I get when I boot is UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME. Long Story: I recently installed SP3, epic fail. Ever since then, I get BSODs for completely stupid reasons, such as my wifi card not authenticating. Anyways, one happened so I rebooted. Once I rebooted I was confronted with the error in the title. I rebooted, hoping it would go away, but it did not. I booted up an ubuntu live cd, and I can access the files, but I can't get them off. I was wondering if anyone had advice on copying the files over to a flash drive, because ubuntu can't see my flash drive. What I have done: I have mounted the partition successfully. I can copy the files as root, but only using the command line. What I want done: I want all of my documents, desktop, and other random things off there onto another flash drive. Other info: I used Kubuntu (the KDE version of Ubuntu) as it is the only live cd that isn't scratched like hell. I have multiple partitions, E, and C. I can access E in Windows (on another computer) connected to an external volume, but cant access C on Windows. On Ubuntu it is vice versa. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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