System Volume Information is corrupt and unreadable
Posted: 06-24-2006, 08:59 PM
and then something about run chkdsk. This error occurred within XP on my dual
boot system (XP/Vista). XP became pretty much non-responsive because of the
multitude of 'System Volume Information is corrupt and unreadable' error
messages. They appeared througout my session... Now, I finally managed to
make my way to the restart (several dozen clicks later) and rebooted into
Vista. No problems booting into Vista but my Alcatel Speedtouch USB modem
which had worked in previous Vista sessions was now being reported as having
no driver. I ran 'error checking' and the system could find no troubles...
Went into XP recovery console and ran chkdsk on v: and no problems reported
so.... what happened? is this something users should know about if trying a
Oh, I also noted that the Boot folder containing the Vista bootsect.exe file
was long gone...
Hard disk seems fine and I closed both XP and Vista via the shutdown menu...
I'm afraid of losing the XP data so uninstalled Vista by resorting to the
fixmbr and fixboot in recovery console (XP)...
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