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unmountable_boot_volume twice in 6mos

Posted on 2004-10-07
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what would cause me to have two 80gb wd hard drives crash with error unmountable_boot_volume in 6 mos time? am i just unlucky? my system is an hp pavilion 7965 desktop.
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in my experience in tech support unmountable boot volume is a bad hard drive about 50% of the time, you should run diagnostics on your hard disk.  If you have already established that your hard disk is the failure point (not quite sure from your post), you are just unlucky.
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did diagnostics, definitely unlucky! thanks for your assistance.
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