Note on archived topics.

This topic has been archived. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant.
If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board.
AkTheTimelord Tutor
Tutor
8 1 1
Message 1 of 13
2,518
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

 RecoveryMgr.exe - "The instruction at 0x8000d030 referenced memory at 0x0012ac60. The memory could not be read.

Hi everyone!

I was in the process of Reinstalling Windows 7 Home premium on my HP Pavilion dv7-2280eo when I was prompted with this message.

I had previously wiped my entire hard drive by mistake, trying to dualboot Chrome OS and Windows 7.

So naturally, I tried to run Recovery from BIOS, but to no avail.

I then completely removed Chrome OS by formatting the hard drive (quick format) from a Fedora live USB I had laying around.

So now I am trying to reinstall Windows 7 through my HP recovery discs, but this error message doesn't seem to want to let me pass. Is there anything I can do?

12 REPLIES
Provost Provost
Provost
43440 3202 13399
Message 2 of 13
2,493
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

Try testing your hard drive:

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00439024

**Click Accept as Solution on a Reply that solves your issue**
***Click the Thumbs-Up button as a way to say Thanks!***
0 Kudos
AkTheTimelord Tutor
Tutor
8 1 1
Message 3 of 13
2,485
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

Alright!
Wait a minute, I'll return with results. [:
0 Kudos
AkTheTimelord Tutor
Tutor
8 1 1
Message 4 of 13
2,465
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

Alright here are the test results.
Everything seems to be fine..

 

Outcome:

    Primary Hard Disk Self Test

    Quick Test
    100% Complete ..........
    Hard Disk Test Passed.

 

    Full Test
    100% Complete
    Hard Disk Test Passed.

 

    SMART check
    Hard Disk SMART Passed

   

    Press <Esc> to Continue

 

0 Kudos
AkTheTimelord Tutor
Tutor
8 1 1
Message 5 of 13
2,463
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

 

 

0 Kudos
Provost Provost
Provost
43440 3202 13399
Message 6 of 13
2,449
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

At this point I would go back and also test the memory.

**Click Accept as Solution on a Reply that solves your issue**
***Click the Thumbs-Up button as a way to say Thanks!***
0 Kudos
AkTheTimelord Tutor
Tutor
8 1 1
Message 7 of 13
2,443
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

I didn't notice an option for that, but wait a second, I'll go over the options again. [:
0 Kudos
AkTheTimelord Tutor
Tutor
8 1 1
Message 8 of 13
2,438
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

Alright!
Seems fine too!


0 Kudos
Provost Provost
Provost
43440 3202 13399
Message 9 of 13
2,422
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

Scroll down on the page and get>> Bootable CD  ISO. If you don't have burning software that can burn ISO get>> ImgBurn to burn the iso image to cd-a guide on using ImgBurn to write an ISO to a disc is> Here. Once created, boot from it. Delete any hdd partitions, create one and format. Next try booting from Recovery again.
**Click Accept as Solution on a Reply that solves your issue**
***Click the Thumbs-Up button as a way to say Thanks!***
AkTheTimelord Tutor
Tutor
8 1 1
Message 10 of 13
2,413
Flag Post
HP Recommended

Solved!

RecoveryMgr.exe, The memory could not be read.

Doesn't seem to want to boot.
I tried two different programs (Power2go and ImgBurn)
Stand by, I'm going to try a different computer and different types of DVDs.

0 Kudos

Note on archived topics.

This topic has been archived. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant.
If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board.
† The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation