Unmountable Boot Volume STOP 0X000000ED Windows 7?

Answer Unmountable Boot volume. the first thing is to disk check, try using windows repair by booting from windows 7 disc. If that doesnt work then you have to reinstall windows again.

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check the cables between the drives and the motherboard are securely plugged in

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