Sometimes when we start our PC, it fails to boot and an error message is popping on the screen “Unmountable Boot Volume”. The error message will not allow you to open the windows in safe mode or any other mode & you are not able to access your data from the PC.
This error message is a sign of that Microsoft Windows XP is incapable to boot because of some internal issue in the system. This is the most critical issue related to hard drive, which can make you worried about your personal data & it’s not easy even for an expert to fix this issue. If you want to fix this issue, first you need to identify the source of the problem. Here is the list of reasons due to this error message arises:
1. First most common reason is the file system gets crashed.
2. When swapped the drive and the interface cable is placed on wrong place then the same massage “Unmountable Boot Volume” will popped up on your screen.
3. This issue can also be caused by a bad hard disk drive.
4. Boot.ini file is the file which is responsible for booting process may be get corrupted or missing.
To solve this issue, follow one of the troubleshooting step which suites you most:
1. Check the proper connection of interface cable.
2. Repair your operating system using Bootable disk or system image file.
3. Run the Windows XP setup>>delete all partitions>>recreate the partitions>>>format the hard disk drive>> reinstall Windows XP.
4. Use Disk Recovery Application. These application resolved this message as well as recover your data from the hard disk.
After performing all following steps, still issue is there then you have to take help of experts to get accessibility to your personal data.