Inaccessible Boot Device
(Also misspelled as "inaccesible boot device"
or "inaccessable boot device")
When Your Hard Drive May Have Failed
Not all Inaccessible Boot Device errors are caused
by operating system reinstalls. Neither are they caused solely by issues
within the Windows operating system or the installation of a new major
computer component such as a motherboard or PCI component card. In fact,
sometimes they may be the result of a physical hard disk drive crash.
What To Do When You Suspect Hard Disk Drive Failure
When you suspect that your Inaccessible Boot Device
error is a hard drive failure, your first inclination may be to panic.
DO NOT! Remember that the data on your hard drive is very likely recoverable.
First, you will want to make sure that your hard disk drive cable connections
are connected properly. Once you are assured of this, you may want to
try the following:
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