No hard drives found!

By sleaz ยท 4 replies
Oct 25, 2006
  1. Recently.I booted up my computer and it loaded up as usual.However,after starting up and finished loading all the startup programs,my computer immediately reset the system itself.I tried resetting it and I noticed it kept repeating this process in a cycle.However,it does not reset itself in Safe Mode.

    Therefore,I thought this must have something to do with a virus or corrupted file,and decided to load my backup image through Acronis True Image(a program like Norton Ghost) through Safe Mode.I made a huge shocking discovery whereby the program states 'Acronis Truem Image has not found any hard drives.'

    So,I tried acessing my C: and D: drives to browse through the files to see if they're still acessible.Yes,they're still acessible,and so the question is,how come if my harddrives are not dound,yet I still can acess to the files in the harddisk?And why does it keep resetting itself automatically after laoding up normally ?Anyone can help me with this?

    I hope this pictures gives you a more detailed view on helping me to solve my problems.Thank you.

    Acronis Error -

    During booting up-
  2. Rik

    Rik Banned Posts: 3,814

    If you are using sata drives then perhaps acronis has a problem with not having a driver for them!!!!
    Its a bit of a guess but it could be the reason!?!?!
  3. sleaz

    sleaz TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Before this problem occurred,I had tried using Acronis and it had no problems.So i guess that isn't a problem with acronis nor sata drives.
  4. Rik

    Rik Banned Posts: 3,814

    It was just an idea!! Sorry to have wasted your time!!!:)
  5. sleaz

    sleaz TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Nah its ok.Im glad you looked into my problem 5 minutes after i posted it!
    Youre fast !
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