Fix Invalid System Disk Error
Operating system facing problems but not every body knows about computertroubleshooting, which they have not troubleshooting tips they need to computersupport for troubleshooting. this post provide further information about Fix InvalidSystem disk Error.You may also receive this error message when you start yourcomputer by using a Windows Startup disk, or you may receive the following errormessage:
This version of Windows does not run on DOS 7.0 or earlier.This issue can be caused by any of the following conditions:
* Your computer may be infected with a boot-sector virus such as the AntiCMOS.Avirus.* Your computer is running an anti-virus program.* Your computer is using hard disk management software (such as Disk Manager,EZ-Drive, or DrivePro) for hard disk geometry translation. These tools providesupport for large hard disks (more than 1024 cylinders) when your computer's BasicInput/Output System (BIOS) does not support large hard disks.* Windows Setup was unable to copy the system files to the hard disk.* Security software has disabled access to drive C.
To fix this issue use one of the followingComputer Is Infected with a Virus
Use an anti-virus program to detect and remove the virus, and then reinstallWindows. Boot-sector viruses infect computers by copying information either to theboot sector on a floppy disk or the partition table on a hard disk. During startup, thevirus is loaded into memory. Once in memory, the virus typically infects any non-infected disks that your computer is connected to.
Computer Is Running Anti-Virus Software
Start your computer by using the Windows Startup disk you created during WindowsSetup, and then use the sys command from the Windows Startup disk to restore thesystem files to the hard disk.Some computers use built-in anti-virus software that must be disabled in thecomputer's BIOS. For information about how to change settings in the BIOS, viewthe computer's documentation or contact the manufacturer of your computer.
Computer Is Using Disk Management Software
In some cases, Windows may not properly detect that you are using diskmanagement software and may overwrite the master boot record (MBR)information. Refer to the documentation for the disk management software you areusing for information about restoring the MBR.Also, check the Setuplog.txt file for the following statement:FSLog: BIOS Heads=:64:, BootPart Heads=:64: The preceding number (64 in this example) may vary from computer to computer. If these two numbers are different, replace the system files on your hard diskaccording to the instructions in the following "Reinstall the Windows System Files"