Disk 0 at Id 0 on bus 0 when you are trying to install Windows XP is a common error. The error came from the hard disk drive.
- Suddenly your computer cannot boot the operating system, it means that the computer cannot enter the Windows Welcome Screen, so you will stay in blue or black screen.
- Your computer cannot detect the hard disk, it will stay in blue or black screen. Some BIOS will notice an error message "No Hard Disk Found" or "Hard Disk Not Detected".
- When you try to re-install the Windows XP, at the Hard Disk partition menu, you will see "XXXXX MB Disk 0 at Id 0 on bus 0 on XXXXX" notification like shown in the picture.
- You cannot full format the hard disk, but quick format only. If you do full format, the format process bar will be stopped or frozen at certaint percent of the process, or simply it will not finish the process.
- If you try install Windows XP without quick or format hard disk first, some error messages with "Abort", "Retry", and "Ignore" options will appear several times and it means that the Windows XP installation will corrupt.
- Computer or Hard Disk get pushed or hit or even shaken too hard while computer is turned on.
- Turn off computer with improper way like switching the power button off than using Shut Down option, or remove the computer cable without Shut Down first
- Unplug hard disk cable while computer is turned on.
- Abnormal electrical system inside the computer so that a malfunction process occurred while processing the computer hard disk.
Main Cause is that bad sectors inside the hard disk, which is unable to boot by the computer.
Remove the hard disk from the computer and plug it into the another computer that has Windows XP installed as the secondary hard disk, turn the computer on and then go to My Computer, right click on the hard disk drive that is error and click Properties and find "Disk Error Checking" and let it Automatically Fix File System Error, then reboot the computer and let it scans and fixes error inside the hard disk.
The duration of the scan and fix might take a long time, it is depending on the volume size, number of files and folders inside, processor, and memory available.
The Check Error Checking result may not accurate if the volume or files and folders inside of it are set as read-only.
If the method above does not work, still having your hard disk error plugged to the another computer, you have to backup all of your important documents from the first hard disk to another hard disk, and format the hard disk from that computer. Be careful to format the hard disk that error only by right click the hard disk volume, which is error one, and click Format.
After the format is finished, plug it in back to the its original computer and try once again install the Windows XP.
If when you install the Windows XP and still meet the same symtomps, it means your hard disk is completely broken and you should call the technician who is advanced in computer hardware.
Buy new hard disk and backup documents inside the error hard disk to another hard disk will save more your money than fix it to the technician. Before you buy, check the electrical system inside your computer with the help of your computer technician, it could be that the damage caused by abnormal electrical system in the computer
- If you use laptop, try to use the laptop battery if you are somewhere with unstable electrical.
- Check the computer temperature. If it is too hot, it means there is something wrong with the computer fan, turn off the computer immediately.
- Always turn off your computer from Shut Down option (Start Menu >> Shut Down), power button at your computer is only used if your computer show black or blue screen or not responding for long time.
- Don't ever shake or hit your computer whether it is turned off or even on.
- Always copy your documents on a separate drive from the system (usually drive D or E), or copy it into the flash disk or another hard disk.
- If the problem occurs for the second time within the same computer, it could be caused by the electrical system of the computer that is not normal, you should immediately contact your computer technician to check it out.
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: Disk 0 at Id 0 on bus 0 when you are trying to install Windows XP is a common error. The error came from the hard disk drive. Symptoms: S...