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BSOD on windows load - safe mode BSOD at loading Aswrvrt.sys

Q: BSOD on windows load - safe mode BSOD at loading Aswrvrt.sys

Hi All,
 
I'm an experience computer user working in technical support and system administration in linux environment. 
 
This issue has me stumped.
 
My pc is refusing to boot, it will throw a BSOD moments after hitting the loading windows screen.
 
Start up recovery prompts to system restore, once this is complete it restarts with the same effect.
 
 
Repairing from the windows system disk has the same effect.
 
When booting into safe mode, the system will BSOD when loading aswRvrt.sys.
 
All BSODs happen too fast to read anything, not dumping physical memory.
 
This all started happening after a seemingly random BSOD which happened last night.
 
The only change to the system that I effected was installing a newsgroup reader this was done several hours before the first BSOD.
 
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. 

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Preferred Solution: BSOD on windows load - safe mode BSOD at loading Aswrvrt.sys

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A: BSOD on windows load - safe mode BSOD at loading Aswrvrt.sys

When you used the installation disc did you access the System Recovery Options and run the Startup Repair?

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I have Lenovo laptop with i-5 processor, 8 gb ram and 1 tb HDD with win7 os. On last Monday evening (18-Nov-2013) when i tried to start my laptop, it gave me blue screen error just after the windows boot logo (before appearing of login screen), and this error lasts just for a fraction of second. And right after that it restarted and showed options of Safe Mode, normal mode etc. Then I ran the system in safe mode but it stops while loading aswrvrt.sys and again gives blue screen error. I tried repairing my os with the win7 CD and repair disc but the process stops after the windows files are loaded. Its not even able to detect the OS, it just hangs there. While trying to format and install a fresh os the same thing happened again, it gets stuck at "setup is loading...". I have tried farbar tool also but as I am not able to run the repair option I tried running in freeDos but it says that the program can't run on Dos. Please help me out with this...

A:Not able to boot, problem with aswrvrt.sys, safe mode stops at aswrvrt.sys

Welcome to Bleeping Computer.
 
The following will serve two purposes, it will let us know if you can boot from a bootable disc, and it will let us know the condition of the hdd.
 
Please download SeaTool for DOS.
 
When the SeaTools for DOS website opens click on I Accept, then click on the Download button in step #4.
 
This download is a ISO image which you will need to burn to a CD in order to create a bootable disc with which to run the diagnostic tests.
 
To burn this ISO file to a CD or DVD please downlaod ImgBurn and install it.
 
Insert blank CD or DVD into your CD/DVD drive.
 
Open ImgBurn, and click on Write image file to disc.
 

 
Click on the Browse for a file icon:
 

 
Right click on the Start orb , then click on Downloads.  Scroll down to the SeaTools for DOS download and click on it.  This will load the ISO image, you will see the information listed as it is in the image below outlined in red.
 

 
Click on the blue arrow (also outlined in red) to start burning the bootable CD.
 
Once the disc is created load it in the CD/DVD drive and restart the computer.
 
Please note:  You may need to change the boot order in the BIOS so the CD/DVD-ROM is the first device in the boot order, and the hdd is the second device.
 
Please run the long test and include the results in your next post in this topic.
 
 
Edit:  Is this topic posted at another website?

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I need some help please as I do not know where to start.

I installed a Windows Update a few days ago and then got a BSOD the next time I turned my PC on. So I did a system recovery and this seemed to work.

Now, it's happened again without me doing a Windows Update and I cannot get into safe mode.

I am really sorry but I cannot even follow the BSOD instructions to run a diagnostic tool because I literally cannot get into anything to run the diagnostics.

Can anyone offer me advice?

A:Windows Normal Mode Crashes to BSOD and Safe Mode doesn't load

We can offer the best assistance if you would upload the following information
http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html

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Hello all,

I have a the BSOD when I load up windows when not in safe mode.

I've attached the mini dump logs.

Thanks in advance!

A:BSOD upon load up of windows when not in safe mode.

Hi soraflair after looking at your files I believe the best place to start would be your memory so please follow this guide:

RAM - Test with Memtest86+

After that I would recommend updating your system to SP1.


Code:
Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.12.0002.633 AMD64
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Loading Dump File [C:\Users\Administrator\Downloads\soraflair\091211-11029-01.dmp]
Mini Kernel Dump File: Only registers and stack trace are available

Symbol search path is: SRV*F:\SymCache*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols
Executable search path is:
Windows 7 Kernel Version 7600 MP (4 procs) Free x64
Product: WinNt, suite: TerminalServer SingleUserTS
Built by: 7600.16841.amd64fre.win7_gdr.110622-1503
Machine Name:
Kernel base = 0xfffff800`02853000 PsLoadedModuleList = 0xfffff800`02a90e70
Debug session time: Mon Sep 12 12:23:36.332 2011 (UTC - 6:00)
System Uptime: 0 days 0:00:47.689
Loading Kernel Symbols
...............................................................
................................................................
................
Loading User Symbols
Loading unloaded module list
....
*******************************************************************************
* *
* Bugcheck Analysis *
* *
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Hello,
 
this morning my PC refused to boot and gave me a BSOD during the windows loading logo with a 0x50 PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA.
It allowed me to boot into Safe mode once to schedule a chkdsk /f /p which resulted in no errors.
After that, Safe mode boot hangs at "Loaded (...) aswRvrt.sys"
A memory scan showed no errors in memory.
 
Since I cannot boot at all anymore all I could do was create a FRST.txt which I will attach.
 
Help will be greatly appreciated.

A:Cannot Safe/Normal Boot, BSOD 0x50, aswRvrt.sys

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Hello Everyone!
I have a Windows 7 64-bit PC that suddenly stopped booting - I receive only a black screen (no BSODs visible, from what I can tell). On instinct, I tried restarting my machine in Safe Mode, however it keeps on hanging on the file aswrvrt.sys (I believe that this is an Avast! file, from Googling), and will not continue.
I tried using other Safe Mode options, with Networking and Command Prompt however the machine still does not boot. I also tried booting with last known good configuration.
Next thing I did was pop in my Windows 7 disk to try recovery options. Startup Repair was no help, as it detected no problems. System Restore was also useless, as it kept on encountering Unspecified Errors on all restore points I selected. I tried doing a chkdsk /r C: in the command prompt, however it took only 3 seconds, which is unusual. It looks my operating system isn't on the C: drive, when I input the dir command.
Basically I cannot get into Windows 7 at all, with any options I've selected. Would anyone have any ideas on what I can try to get my machine running again?
What I have available on me:
1. Windows 7 64-bit desktop PC (broken, will not boot)
2. Windows 7 64-bit Laptop (using this to compose this post)
3. Flashdisk with Linux installation that is boot-ready.
4. Flashdisks with varying space capacitiies, and external hard disks
5. Windows 7 64-bit installation disk
6. A whole lot of hope that this issue could be resolved

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I was helping my old father refreshing his desktop computer yesterday. All went fine and just i was done i noticed that the 56K modem wasn't working (error 633). Read some about this and the suggestions was to just reinstall the modem. Deinstalled it and put the Fujitsu-Siemens "Drivers and utilities" disc in for drivers for the modem. It launched some F-S interface and under install drivers there were listed all drivers available. I couldn't find out how to mark just the modem driver so i ended up clicking install, which obvioussly meant install all drivers. So it started from the top of the list of about 5 drivers. Problem here is i didn't notice the name of the hardware it started with but it was in alphabetical order and i'm certain it started with the letter A.

So now the crash... During installation of the first driver the computer abrubtly rebooted (seemed unplanned) and since it wont boot at all. BIOS is fine, windows loading screen is fine for 10 seconds and then just as it is supposed to launch welcome screen it BSOD's on me with stop code 0x000000E7. Last known good config BSOD's earlier, just a second into loading. Safe mode lists drivers as usual and after som agp driver goes to blinking marker for 10 secs and then reboots also, probably very quick BSOD here as well. When booted to recovery CD it gets stuck on the first blue background with "windows setup" in top left. Have tried another XP CD and same result. Have tried different graphics ... Read more

A:XP Home BSOD when loading. Cant get into safe mode even.

Please post the BSOD message. To prevent automatic restart so that you can read the BSOD, please do the following:

1. Right Click the My Computer icons
2. Go to properties
3. In the System Properties window, click on the Advanced tab.
4. Under the Startup and Recovery area, click on the Settings button.
5. In the Startup and Recovery window, UNCHECK the check box next to Automatically restart.
6. Click OK in the Startup and Recovery window.
7. Click OK in the System Properties window.


From now on, when a problem causes a BSOD or another major error that halts the system,
the PC will not automatically reboot. Rebooting (Resetting) manually will be necessary. Please post the error message that comes up.

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I am sorry if this is in the wrong place if so please point me on where to go.I have a Compaq persario CQ62 laptop i was on facebook about a week ago and signed out and my computer froze i powered it down and when i turned it on i thought it was going to start and then it went to a blue screen. I am doing this from another computer because i cant get that one to boot from anything disk or drive. I can not access safe mode or repair mode If i try to load safe mode it does not even show me the file its loading.Thanks for any and all help u can give.

A:BSOD Cant load anything no safe mode or normal mode

the blue screen look different from what i have seen me befor it has what appers to be some kind of like light shadow in it

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I was playing football manager for 3/4 on a network game, then suddenly from nowhere i got a BSOD, saying "page_fault_in_nonpaged_area" i rebooted but now i get it as soon as i click on any of the options in the start up, "safe/safe with network, last known working" etc, in safe mode windows loads and i can click the "admin" log in bit, then it crashes instantly with the same BSOD (i think it doesnt stay on screen long enough to see".
I did build my PC about a month ago and have had no problems at all until now.
My specs are;
Mobo: Asus A8V-E
GFX: Windfast leadtek Geforce 6600GT
Ram: 1gig dual channel corshair platinum series
PSU: 750W
CPU: 3800+ Athlon

i havnt overclocked it or anything of the sorts, and i cant run any diag due to not being able to access windows. I have tried unplugging the HDDs i have, (Maxtor 60gb IDE and Maxtor 200gb SATA) ive tried both combo's of these and same thing.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Will
 

A:BSOD can't even load XP in safe mode..

Update: I downloaded the ram checker but it just kept asking for system disk,
I then tried to run the windows repair facility but i get another blue screen, this time saying "A driver corrupted pool memory used for holding pages destined for memory"
 

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Hey everyone,


I just got my sisters computer as it will not start at all. Everytime after the Vista loading screen I encounter a BSOD when trying to boot into normal and safe mode. I attached a log of the Memory.DMP from WIndows debugger. Can anyone take a look at it and let me know what you think?

So far what I've tried:

Memtest
Chckdsk
sfc scannow(returned errors but wasn't able to fix them)
Swapping Memory Dimms
Resetting CMOS
System Restore
Vista Startup Fix(returned errors but wasn't able to fix them)


The computer will run fine if I load it up through UBCD4 windows. So I don't think it's hardware related.....

A:BSOD: Normal and Safe mode after loading screen

Anyone?

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This is baffling me to no end. I can boot up fine in safe mode, and with networking. But I still manage to get a BSOD not too long into the session. I managed to capture a video of it and in the Technical information of the blue screen it said "STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0X81CB6169, 0X807F09BC, 0X807F05AO)", not sure if that's of any use... I've also uploaded the minidump file if you can use that information.

The other issue is the OS doesn't load at all in normal boot. It'll show the windows logo animation screen, then go black, and do nothing until I hit the power button. These problems started arising not long after I installed W7 onto the computer (acer aspire, amd athlon 3800+ CPU, installed a dedicated nvidia 9700 gt card overtop of the dedicated one (the problem was there still before that), 1.5 gig of ram).

If anyone could please help me with this it'd be greatly appreciated, thanks.

A:BSOD on Safe mode - No load on Regular boot

10 memory dumps - 6 different STOP errors, 5 different drivers blamed

I would suspect that there's a compatibility or a hardware issue here.
The most likely problem is with your wireless USB adapter as the driver is dated from 2006.

Please uninstall the software for your wireless USB adapter and see if that stops the BSOD's. If so, then either download the latest, Win7 driver for the USB adapter or (if there isn't a Win7 driver) purchase a new adapter. I'd suggest a PCI/PCIe adapter that plugs into your motherboard (rather than a USB adapter) as they have less problems than the USB one's.

Summary of the BSOD's:

Code:

Built by: 7600.16539.x86fre.win7_gdr.100226-1909
Debug session time: Wed Apr 28 21:13:01.352 2010 (GMT-4)
System Uptime: 0 days 0:01:43.052
BugCheck A, {5d42a941, 2, 1, 8287e028}
Probably caused by : ntkrpamp.exe ( nt!KiTryUnwaitThread+46 )
BUGCHECK_STR: 0xA
PROCESS_NAME: System
??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Built by: 7600.16539.x86fre.win7_gdr.100226-1909
Debug session time: Wed Apr 28 18:58:32.420 2010 (GMT-4)
System Uptime: 0 days 0:01:08.920
BUGCHECK_STR: 0x50
PROCESS_NAME: iexplore.exe
??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Built by: 7600.16539.x86fre.win7_gdr.100226-1909
Debug session time: Wed Apr 28 18:56:48.967 2010 (GMT-4)
System Uptime: 0 days 0:04:23.666
BugCheck A, {76bcd2e9, 2, 1, 82c1e839}
Probably cause... Read more

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This is baffling me to no end. I can boot up fine in safe mode, and with networking. But I still manage to get a BSOD not too long into the session. I managed to capture a video of it and in the Technical information of the blue screen it said "STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0X81CB6169, 0X807F09BC, 0X807F05AO)", not sure if that's of any use... I've also uploaded the minidump file if you can use that information.

The other issue is the OS doesn't load at all in normal boot. It'll show the windows logo animation screen, then go black, and do nothing until I hit the power button. These problems started arising not long after I installed W7 onto the computer (acer aspire, amd athlon 3800+ CPU, installed a dedicated nvidia 9700 gt card overtop of the dedicated one (the problem was there still before that), 1.5 gig of ram).

If anyone could please help me with this it'd be greatly appreciated, thanks.

A:BSOD on Safe mode - No load on Regular boot

Try this:

Startup Repair
Note: You may need to do startup repair 3 to 4 times.

System Repair Disc - Create
System Recovery Options
Repair Install

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Hi,

I'm getting BSOD at the window start-up - what's weird is my computer was working just fine 5 minutes ago! I don't how it happened but I was on two sites ebay and youtube, and was playing Football Manager - with everything working fine, then I went to wash the dishes and came back to find my computer in this state so I'm not sure what caused this error!

I can't 'capture' the BSOD because as soon as it comes up, the computer reboots itself. This is really weird because it was working fine just 5 minutes ago and yesterday too - and there wasn't any window update or anything. And as far as I know, there was no spyware or viruses. So yeah, I can't boot-up both the safe and normal mode. The BSOD comes up few seconds into the window loading screen.

Could it be fan problem? Because few times before, when I tried to play graphical games such as NBA 2k9 - the system says "Warning! temperature too high! please check your fan and heatsink!". So after that, I never did play any games! But the only game that worked was Football Manager so I played that sometimes because I never got that message when I was playing FM.

I also checked the fan temperature through start-up menu and saw "Current system fan speed" and "Current system power speed" is 0. Is this normal? And does fan not working = windows not booting up?

I'm really not sure of this, anyway. any suggestion or help on how to fix this? I really r... Read more

A:BSOD - Window doesn't load - both in normal and safe mode

I suspect the fan failed altogether and your CPU overheated and eventually toasted. After the warning message did you in fact check the fan and heatsink?
 

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I've looked through the forums and didn't see anything about my specific issue(s). Apologies if I've overlooked a thread already posted.
 
My issue: My daughter has an emachine with Windows 7 OS. It's been closing webpages while she's on them, so I ran a virus scan. We had AVG and it didn't pick up anything.
Now it flashes a blue screen (too quickly for me to see what messages are displayed), then acts as if it's going to start up. However, it brings up an error message that there is a startup error.
I get an option to start in repair mode or normal mode. I've tried both - normal mode repeats this display. Repair mode runs for a minute, then states that it cannot repair the issue. It takes me to the tools screen and offers the options for Repair, System Restore, Memory Diagnostic, etc. I've run the diagnostics, I've run the chkdsk, all of that. I did several system restores but got a message that system restore didn't restore.
 
Sometimes it will let me into windows (after attempting to restore several times), but if I have to restart it, it starts all over again.
 
Yesterday I used this computer to burn a copy of Sophos Virus Tool Scanner. I popped the disk in and started it up, and it loaded Windows (followed by a message that system restore was complete. ?) I ran the scanner, found several Malwares and a Troj/Agent.ADIL virus. It removed the Malware but not the Trojan. I went to malwarebytes and downloaded it, and it removed a bunch of stuff. ... Read more

A:BSOD flashes, startup error, won't boot or load in safe mode

Hi Burlesquemoon and welcome to BC.  To help us help you please run the following. Thank you.
 
Please download MiniToolBox  , save it to your desktop and run it. Checkmark the following checkboxes:  List last 10 Event Viewer log  List Installed Programs  List Users, Partitions and Memory size. Click Go and paste the content into your next post.

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This has been extremely frustrating for me. I come home from working and my cousin tells me my computer keeps going blue and restarting. So now my computer will only run in safe mode. I have spybot/Kaspersky(won't run in safe mode)/AVS4 none of them seem to do the trick. From what I can tell it seems to be the win 32 virus, every time I get rid of it it seems to come back. I would get rid of it then my computer would be fine now it won't run in normal at all.

This is the message I get on blue screen (no images sorry)
STOp: 0x0000008E (0xc0000005, 0x8421C487, 0xC56F6DC, 0x00000000)
ataport.sys - address 84216487 base at 84216000 date stamp 4a5b6f16

My dvd drive does not work so reformatting at this time is not an option. Only thing I could think of is reformat using a thumb drive but all I have is a 1gb and I dont have the money to go out and buy a new one. So now im fresh out of ideas. Is there anyway I can fix this without going out and buying a new dvd drive/usb?

Also im running windows 7 ultimate and I get blue screen of death when running GMER in the middle of scanning so i cant upload a log from it. I can tell theres a rootkit installed atleast two because before it crashes it shows two on the hardisk along with other minor ones

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DDS (Ver_2011-06-03.01) - NTFSx86 NETWORK
Internet Explorer: 8.0.7600.16385 BrowserJavaVersion: 1.6.0_23
Run by 1 at 21:20:41 on 2011-06-04
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============== Running Processes ===============
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============== Pseudo HJT Report =... Read more

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hi... good day everyone,
 
 my name is jasper enriquez from larena siquijor, philippines...
 
we have a problem on his laptop cause it hang up and i enter into CD start up but it won't help... i also tried using Safe Mode but i will frees on this file windows\system32\drivers\aswrvrt.sys.. hope anyone called give some advice on what to do.. ill appreciate it mvery much thank you...
 
 
 
 

A:win 7 won't boot up even in safe mode aswrvrt.sys

Hi Jasper -
This is avast! - Are you able to download and run this  http://www.avast.com/en-no/uninstall-utility

If not Avast causing the problem, it "may be" a zero access infection
 
 
So please Fully Read Preparation Guide starting at Step #6.
 
NOTE : If you cannot complete any step, then skip it and  still post the topic and leave a full description of your problems.
 
When you have done that, start a new topic and post the required logs to  Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs forum, NOT Here, for assistance by the Malware Response Team Experts.
 
Please Use Copy and Paste for your responses, and Do Not Attach them unless your helper requests this.
 
If HelpBot responds to your topic, please follw its Step #1 so the team will be notified.
 
After doing this, please reply back in this thread with a link to the new topic so we can close this one.

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My computer has been stable for years, however recently I have been getting BSOD when doing any task. Windows will sometimes load to the desktop and I am able to watch video, run windows score, check email, etc before it will BSOD. Other times, it will BSOD before getting to the windows login screen.
When I use safe mode, it logs in and stays there - no BSOD.
I have tried removing all extra hardware in the machine, however this has had no affect. I have also tried one stick of RAM, then another, both BSOD.
I've attached the minidump files I have. Please let me know if you need more.

A:BSOD using FULL windows 7, no BSOD using safe mode

Your normal crashes are typically 0x101 BugCheck codes: STOP 0x101: CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT troubleshtg
Your Verifier enabled crashes indicate network related problems. Your network adapter drivers may need to be updated from your motherboard support site, the wireless adapter manufacturer, or from your system manufacturer (Dell, HP, etc.). It may also be a problem with avast!

Disable Verifier: Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Right click Command Prompt -> Run as administrator -> Type the following command and then Enter:verifier /reset-> Restart your computer.

Uninstall avast! with the avast! uninstall utility, download a fresh copy of the installer, install fresh.

If re-installing avast1 does not work, uninstall avast! again with the avast! uninstall utility and replace with either of these setups:Microsoft Security Essentials - Free Antivirus for Windows coupled with Malwarebytes. Do not start the free trial of Malwarebytes. Just use the standalone version, update it, and scan your computer once a week with Malwarebytes and with Microsoft Security Essentials.

Good and Free system security combination.

After installing your security software, update it, and then run full scans today with each program. Report back the results of the scans.
See if the above resolves the 0x101 BugCheck code. If not, proceed with the other steps in STOP 0x101: CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT troubleshtg.

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my sysnative file collection is too big to attach to this post
 
http://speccy.piriform.com/results/B8ADIoyxcxAqZZcjvWqspE7

A:Windows 10 BSOD in normal mode, stable in safe mode

We need the Sysnative files.Please see if you can create 2 or 3 zip files out of the SysnativeFileCollectionApp folder; attach separately to a single post or create 2,3,4+ posts if necessary.We cannot help you without those files.Regards. . .jcgriff2

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I need help with the problem, startup repair does nothing and neither does starting at last working startup.

A:BSOD on boot after "Starting Windows" BSOD on safe mode startup aswell

Hello and welcome Galore mate some system specs would be really helpful - very hard working with something one knows very little about. System Info - See Your System Specs

However at first look seems like the system is in a mess or the hard drive or other components are going south.

Now just do this if you get a boot then it might narrow the issue/s down a little and you will need toake the bootable disk on another machine.
BOOTABLE UBUNTU
Make a bootable Ubuntu disk Download Ubuntu Desktop | Download | Ubuntu
Set the BIOS to boot from the optical when the machine boots it will show you a screen with TRY or INSTALL > select TRY not INSTALL
When it is finished - it takes very little time you will get a screen like in the pic .
Open the drive you want > User and dig down until you get to the data / settings you may be able to copy / paste the material you want to an external source or other installed drive doing this.
I am not sure if it will but I have recovered tons of data etc using this method both on "dead" or just plain drives that you cannot get data from using Windows.

Just run it until you get the screen ignore the data stuff though it might come in handy later - if this will not boot then something is very wrong.

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I have a PC and its my work machine (music production) and yeah i know its bad but i have the internet on it. I have one folder that has lots of really important work on it that i would hate to lose.

I had an issue with a trojan/virus a few months ago and finally resolved it but it looks like its back a bit.

The problem is i get a 'blue screen of death' everytime i try to boot into Windows XP in both normal and safe mode. My restore points are all gone and i've tried Repairing the OS several times and that had no effect. Still getting the BSOD.

STOP: 0x0000007E

I've tried replacing my drivers folder and still got BSOD. And i've checked to see if its a problem with my RAM by only using one stick at a time. No changes, still BSOD. And lastly i've tried creating a bootable USB drive with UBCD and cannot get it to boot from USB.

I have a macbook to work and post with. Unfortunately it makes things a bit more difficult.

Lastly, if i cannot get into windows, a solution to get a folder or two from my harddrive to a usb drive or external HD would be helpful.
I'd appreciate any help! Thanks!

A:Cannot get into windows (BSOD) in any mode including Safe Mode

7E STOP errors are fairly common, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/330182.You can attempt to move data files (not programs) by removing the hard drive and attaching it as a secondary drive to another system (I would add well-protected to that) and then moving the files.Louis

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Good day guys,

I've been encountering BSOD when i am using my laptop for at most 45 mins, even if i just left my unit with out any program running.. always going back to the user password.. which means it BSODed then restarted..
And when i try to open it in safe mode, blue screen occurs within seconds after i entered my password..

I've been following threads in this site hoping that i might find a similar case and a solution..no luck..

Hope someone could help me solve this problem..

I have also noticed that BSOD seldom happens when i'm connected to the net.. i don't know if it means anything, but i can use my laptop up to 5 hrs when connected to internet.

I have sent this unit to sony service center due to BSOD, i guess they just restored it to factory settings.. since when i got the unit back, i still have the same problem.. Also i have recently restored unit to factory setting.. but still the same problem..
below are system specs.. also attached docs.


- windows 7 home premuim
- original installed
- 64-bit operating system
- OEM
- unit bought last January 2011, (10 mos)
- intel pentium P6100 @2.00GHZ 2.00 GHZ
- age of harware(don't know how to look but i found "ACPIx64-based PC" was first install on 14/07/2009)
- Have done system restore (factory setting) last september 2011.

I certainly hope that someone could help me fix this problem..
Thank you...

ps. i can't upload the zip files for my problem.. always 0%.. can i ask fo... Read more

A:BSOD in normal mode after 40 mins use, & BSOD in safe mode

  
Quote: Originally Posted by man82pras


Good day guys,

I've been encountering BSOD when i am using my laptop for at most 45 mins, even if i just left my unit with out any program running.. always going back to the user password.. which means it BSODed then restarted..
And when i try to open it in safe mode, blue screen occurs within seconds after i entered my password..

I've been following threads in this site hoping that i might find a similar case and a solution..no luck..

Hope someone could help me solve this problem..

I have also noticed that BSOD seldom happens when i'm connected to the net.. i don't know if it means anything, but i can use my laptop up to 5 hrs when connected to internet.

I have sent this unit to sony service center due to BSOD, i guess they just restored it to factory settings.. since when i got the unit back, i still have the same problem.. Also i have recently restored unit to factory setting.. but still the same problem..
below are system specs.. also attached docs.
- windows 7 home premuim
- original installed
- 64-bit operating system
- OEM
- unit bought last January 2011, (10 mos)
- intel pentium P6100 @2.00GHZ 2.00 GHZ
- age of harware(don't know how to look but i found "ACPIx64-based PC" was first install on 14/07/2009)
- Have done system restore (factory setting) last september 2011.

I certainly hope that someone could help me fix this problem..
Thank you...

ps. i can't upload the zip... Read more

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This has been driving me nuts for hours, please help. I'm attempting to install an Antivirus program on a friends Dell desktop. However, the burned copy will not open (legally burned). When I try to go online to download it from the website, IE closes as soon as it opens. It obviously is infected and needs to boot in Safe Mode. But when I try to boot in Safe Mode I get the blue screen that says bad_pool_caller. Towards the bottom it says STOP: 0x000000c2 and more of those codes in parenthesis. Can someone please help me?
 

A:BSOD Windows XP, with no Safe Mode

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Hi all,

Have been running Running Windows 7 on my laptop (Dell XPS M1530) since release day, no problems.

Then yesterday it started to run really really slowly on startup, takes an absolute age to get logon prompt, then starts to logon and finally gives BSOD.

No idea what cause is, but at least it boots fine into Safe mode with Network support, no slowness.

I tried to use system restore but there are NO restore points available ? Dont know why not.

Can anyone help? Please see minidump attached.

Thanks all.

A:Windows 7 BSOD but OK in safe mode

Code:
Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 1000007E, {c0000006, 82edce5c, 99643a2c, 99643610}

Probably caused by : hardware_disk

Followup: MachineOwner
Hi...

so you can boot to safe mode and run from an elevated command prompt:

chkdsk /r C:

Do that for each partition on the system. Change C each time to match partition letters.

Install the latest chipset/motherboard drivers. Update these to 2009 if possible:

OEM02Vfx OEM02Vfx.sys Mon Mar 05 05:45:03 2007
OEM02Dev OEM02Dev.sys Wed Oct 10 22:29:05 2007
Apfiltr Apfiltr.sys Mon Jun 25 05:53:10 2007
rimmptsk rimmptsk.sys Wed Nov 16 21:28:31 2005
rimsptsk rimsptsk.sys Thu Dec 22 03:02:21 2005
rixdptsk rixdptsk.sys Tue Nov 14 20:35:19 2006

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I have windows xp installed in my compaq laptop.
i was trying out a new software which helped me in modifying the system ports.
after sometime, the power went off and as battery was dry, the laptop went off.

then when i switched on , firstly the display was in maximum brightness(i usually set it to minimum). secondly my windows xp shown BSOD with in 15 seconds since the booting started. i tried safe mode, "last known good configuration" and all that but the same is happening.

My harddisk hasnt crashed as i tested it in another laptop.

please help me to solve this issue.

A:windows xp BSOD.. not even safe mode.

Does it also blue screen in Safe Mode? Your initial post is not clear on that; I am unsure whether you meant that you tried fixing it in Safe Mode and were unable to do so, or did you mean Safe Mode also blue screens?

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I have now been trying to fix this issue of over 6 months, and am not able to find the solution. It really is a stress factor that is making my life difficult. I would therefore very much appreciate any help anyone can give me.

I bought the computer off the shelf from a vendor with the following config:

Windows Vista Home Premium - SP 2
x64
Processor: Intel Quad-Core i7 920 @ 2.67 GHz
Graphics card: Geforce GTX 285
Motherboard: Gigabyte Ultra Durable GA-EX58-UD4P

I have since added three 1TB 3.5's hard drives.

The computer was working fine once purchased, but I am unsure what has happened or whether I have caused the issue somehow. It runs everything perfectly in maximum resolutions and so on. However suddenly i started getting BSOD's when the computer was under stress. This continued for a while intermittently, so I tried cleaning up everything (uninstalling unecessary software, removing peripherals) but this didn't really help. Then I ran memtests without any errors, virus scans finding nothing, and chkdsk's which also found nothing.

I then updated the BIOS software which seemed to help momentarily. But the BSOD's returned. So I bought an 80 GB SSD drive and thought using this as my OS drive would help. So i deleted the old OS and installed the new one here. This did help for a while, however then when i boot I had 2 copies of Windows which I had to choose from, one of which failed and asked me to insert windows disk saying there was an error, the other working fin... Read more

A:BSOD and windows in safe mode

chkdsk results are from the SSD?

If so, RMA the SSD and reinstall Windows onto the SATA HDD.

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Hello Guys and Gals, my Windows 7 Laptop is in a serious pickle and I have used every bit of troubleshooting knowledge I have learned in my 10 years working in a Windows environment to no result.

I hope that I am posting in the correct forum, and I have read the forum rules.This is my first post on any help forum ever, so I hope the way I have written this is in conformance with what you all are used to.

I have seen multiple error codes thrown when I forced the computer not to restart and show me the BSOD details. This is what is stated:
Stop 0x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003, 0xFFFFFA800600c910, 0xFFFFFA800600CBF0, 0xFFFFF8000357B7B0

Summary: My laptop boots to the Windows 7 login screen but after logging in, startup never finishes completely and is completely unresponsive to (Ctrl,Shift,Esc) and any other attempts to pull up the task manager. My laptop is dual boot, and has these 2 OS's installed: Windows 7 Home Premium (Genuine) and Kali Linux, both of which are 64 bit versions.
When I attempt to boot the computer into the Windows 7 environment, I am able to login at the normal account login page, but after this, it will take an entire day's time to load the desktop and even when it does, finally show the task bar, then the icons, I am unable to open any of them. For instance, after about 20 minutes, when the taskbar finally appears, when I click on the start button, whether from the keyboard windows icon, or the mouse, I will have to wait about 10 minutes until the start... Read more

A:BSOD, Win 7 desktop wont boot even in safe mode, BSOD error:0xc0000010

  
Quote: Originally Posted by wlocas


Stop 0x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003, 0xFFFFFA800600c910, 0xFFFFFA800600CBF0, 0xFFFFF8000357B7B0


Havent read the rest. Coz those are not relevant.

Let us know about your storage system. Namely ....
HDD or SSD
How many
Make and model (if possible)
Storage controller mode (SATA/IDE/AHCI/SCSI/RAID)
Storage controller driver
Let us know. Those information (as many of them as possible) will help us to start troubleshooting.

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I'm trying to fix my friends Inspiron that has the BSOD. He's been getting it since November and did not know what it was so he just ignored it and kept rebooting it until the message happened to not show up. You can go into Safe Mode perfectly fine with no BSOD. Unfortunately I have no idea what to do. I can't do a system restore back to November. I can't figure out which driver it is and I know it's not one you need since Safe Mode is fine. Unfortunately Windows 7 doesn't give you the yellow marker next to drivers anymore. Anyhelp would be appreciated; especially since this is my first time and I hope I did everything right. If I did anything wrong forgive me. Thanks guys!

The error message is 0x0000001e (0xFFFFFFFFC0000096, 0XFFFFF80002EA75CA, 0X0000000000000000, 0X0000000000000000)

A:BSOD after logging in normally. NO BSOD in safe mode. Error 0x0000001e

Post it following the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions.

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Hello everyone,

I am having issues after playing Diablo 3 last night. When I was exiting the game my screen froze up and I couldn't press any keys and I was currently in vent where I heard one of the guys voice on repeat for 10 minutes straight so I decided to do a hard reset. After the first restart the windows logo would pop up and begin loading. Then my BSOD happen at that moment. I tried restarting in safe mode as well to no avail getting the same BSOD. I also decided to switch off my disk drives one by one but the same BSOD happens as soon as the windows logo appears for several seconds. I also switched my RAM around thinking it was a faulty RAM slot or stick but same results. This is the BSOD that flashes before my computer restarts:

STOP: c000021a {Fatal System Error}
the verification of a KnownDLL failed. System process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc0000428 (0x008246d0 0x00000000). The system has been shut down.

I'm really not sure how to go about solving the underlying issues and any suggestions would be great. Thanks for reading! And let me know if there any questions you might have.

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Hi, I'm currently getting a BSOD on my Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2. I started getting problems last night after surfing youtube a bit and realized my computer was acting kind of weird. That's when i closed my browser and tried to open it again and it came up with a message that referred to my harddisk space. I don't remember what it said. But that's where the problem started and i got a Windows security Alert that was accompanied by a program called "Quick Defrag" that popped up out of nowhere. I was scared I got a virus because it was doing some kind of scan so I quickly closed the program. I was curious if it installed anything or if any program was running so I used ctrl+alt+delete to check for any fishy programs running. I saw the programs and they were named in a bunch of random letters like "GejhwySas.exe." Since I couldn't access my browser to use a free virus scanner I decided to restart my computer, and that's when i got a BSOD. I attempted to boot in safe mode and it still comes up with a BSOD, so basically i can't even boot into Windows... This is also the first time I've gotten any kind of BSOD with this computer. Someone please help me... I have no idea what to do at all and I have files that I don't want to lose.

The stop message says:

*** STOP: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0x804DAAB5, 0xF78AAAE8, 0x00000000)

Beginning dump of physical memory
Dumping of physical memory to disk:
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A:BSOD, Can't boot into safe mode, Windows XP SP2

Do you have any friends with tech knowledge? One of the reasons we here at TechSpot strongly advise those running XP to make sure they have installed SP3 for security reasons.
 

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please help me if you can understand what cause my computer to crush

on every time i turn on my computer, at the moment i see the windows desktop, i got bsod.
i tried to remove all usb, remove mouse and keyboard, remove graphic card and use the internal one,
also tried to remove memory from 4 slots and work with only one memory card.
i did system restore - nothing.
nothing works.

when i go to safe mode - everything just fine and i can see this massage:
Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1037

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 124
BCP1: 0000000000000000
BCP2: FFFFFA801B444028
BCP3: 00000000BF800000
BCP4: 0000000000200401
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

Files that help describe the problem:
C:\Windows\Minidump\062515-4898-01.dmp
C:\Users\Roy-Harpaz\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-32073-0.sysdata.xml

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
UPDATE :

I have formatted my C drive and installed a fresh new copy of windows 7, now my compouter is clean
and i only installed the drivers for my mother board.

my computer was turned on for some hours (now i dont have the crush when the desktop in startup, but after some houres i got this BSOD once again..
i attached the files needed
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

please let me know if you understand what it is
thanks !

A:bsod on every windows start-up. not on safe mode

Boot in Safe Mode and follow the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions .... we need to see the files to assist you.

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Hi. I have read the pinned post and included the zip version of the SysnativeFileCollectionApp.
 
I tried to do the PERFMON one but got the error message



Error:


 

An error occured while attempting to generate the report.


 

 

The system cannot find the path specified.

 
My problems started yesterday when my laptop just started restarting with the blue screen saying there was a problem. It would reboot about 4/5 times then go to troubleshooting options. It wouldn't reboot to a system restore point. Sometimes it would reboot into normal mode but then it would crash again 2 minutes later.
It works fine in safe mode with networking (what I am using now).
InitIally after Googling on my phone, I searched how to update the drivers and the Intel Graphics 4000 needed updating, so I did that. The other Radeon one says it is up to date.
I have ran AVG Antivirus numerous times in safe mode and when it's allowed me onto normal mode and nothing has been detected. I have also ran ESET online scanner incase something was being missed by the AVG one.
I will admit, I am not clued up about computers at all. I have just been Googling my problems and doing what advice has been put on there. I definitely need step by step instructions to help me know what to do.
In the Device Manager the only one with an exclamation next to it is the Generic PnP Monitor.
I have tried to go into normal mode and disabling all t... Read more

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? OS - Windows 7
? 32 bit
? What was original installed OS on system?: Windows XP? Is the OS an OEM version (came pre-installed on system) or full retail version (YOU purchased it from retailer)?: Full retail? Age of system ( hardware): Only a few months? Age of OS installation - have you re-installed the OS?- I installed this OS last week? CPU- Athlon II X2 245? Video Card- onboard Nvidia 6150se? MotherBoard- MSI K9N6PGM2-V2? Power Supply - brand & wattage: OCZ OCZ600MXSP 600W RT

My BSOD issues started shortly after I accidentally lowered the fan settings on my GPU. I noticed artifacts in 3D games, then soon I could no longer open some programs, and not long after, I couldn't boot the computer at all without BSOD errors. I've been using the motherboard's integrated GPU while the other GPU is repaired, but I seem to be having the same, or very similar technical problems, even though I completely formatted the hard drive and installed a new operating system.
If it's any help, the BSOD has consistently listed the file AMDLLD.sys, although I suspect that this is hardware related.
Also, here's the minidump file: http://www.filedropper.com/windows7vistajcgriff2
Any help at all would be greatly appreciated. I'm becoming sort of hopeless that I'll be able to find a solution for my computer without replacing my motherboard or buying other new components. But even if that's necessary, I still need to find out which of the components is failing.

A:BSOD: Can't start Windows outside of safe mode

I just added a performance monitor report to the compressed folder, and reuploaded it here:
http://www.filedropper.com/windows7vistajcgriff2_1

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Hello!
I have this laptop for a year now and it didnt make me much trouble. Some blue screens sometimes, without reason (in no case i did exactly the same thing like last time) and i thought it happens to all of us. Today i was playing League of Legends and it was running really slow, i had no lag though, the internet was doing fine (i was using Facebook and other sites). So i tried to restart it but after my desktop disappeared the screen was black and didnt restarted. So i unplugged it. After i turned it on again, after the "Starting Windows" screen, in the middle of the screed was the mouse, i heard the Windows log in sound but the users screen with password or finger print reader didnt appear and the mouse was alternating with that circle that appears when loading, sometime even the blue background in the users screen but just for a second. Those 2 were alternating continuously and i unplugged it again and now i am writing to you from safe mode. I will attach the debug file and i hope to hear from you soon.

Thank you for your help!

A:Windows not starting, in safe mode says its BSOD

The driver causing your BSOD is the Intel Wireless Driver. Uninstall it or upgrade it.

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I recently installed windows 7 ultimate 64-bit on a newly built computer. There were no problems for the first few days then suddenly the computer got bsod and dumped physical memory. I attempted to get the dump files by booting in safe mode, but that also results in bsod. I ran memtest 86 and it found several million errors. I don't want to have to buy new memory so can anyone suggest a possible solution?
Asus M4A77T
4Gb G.SKILL NQ Series DDR3 1333MHz
AMD phenom II x4 955
sapphire radeon hd 5750
Western digital caviar black 1tb 7200 rpm hard drive

A:windows 7 ultimate 64 bit bsod even in safe mode

Welcome to sevenforums...

it's not because there's anything wrong with the memory, but because AMDs only work well in dual channel mode with certain types of RAM. I learned that the hard way myself.. I have 8GB of Crucial ballistix that I can't use. Try the memory in my specs, or try just using a single DIMM till you can get memory that has been verified as AMD compatible.

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Hi everyone

Im having problems with my computer. It keeps coming onto the BSOD when it is booting up (sliding bar at the bottom of the windows logo). Now i know there are quite few ways of fixing this from safe mode. I cant get into safe mode as well which sucks

however on my 2nd drive I have ubuntu installed which means i can browse my xp hard drive... is there a way of fixing or finding the fault and fixing it through exploring files, registery etc?

Thanks
 

A:BSOD Windows XP (normal and safe mode)

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Hi guys. Really hoping someone can help me out here.

The BSOD I'm getting is telling me...

Page Fault in Non Paged Area; win32k.sys

I have tried starting in Safe Mode but that blue screens also after the win7 logo.

A few reboots prior to the BSOD suddenly starting, I installed a piece of software - plugin for a video editor. But system did reboot just fine the first few times after that. Also, not sure if this is related, but I noticed my system making a weird noise earlier. I have SSDs, so I'm not sure where the sound was coming from. Do SSDs make weird noises?

Apologies if I've not provided the right info - new to this troubleshooting thing.

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

A:BSOD after reboot - can't get into Windows even in safe mode

Welcome to Seven Forums, I will try to help with your issue. The first thing to try is to restore your system to a previous point in time to before you installed the plugin you described in your post. this will tell you how. You will probably need to try option 2. System Recovery Options

If that does not work, try running Startup repair. Startup Repair . You may need to run it 3 separate times with attempted reboots between each time.

To answer your question, SSDs do not make any noise. You should not be able to hear any noise at all from them.

Try these options, if they work please run Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions and upload the zip file here. This will tell you how to do that or upload most files here. Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums. Most screenshots are better using the Snipping Tool which is a part of Windows. This will tell you how to use it. How to Use the Snipping Tool in Vista but, if you have problems, using paint will work fine Screenshot with Paint

Please let us know how these work for you. Hopefully we can get you up and running again soon.

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On my computer windows neither start in safe mode or any other mode. Whatever option on the screen I select BSOD appears. Neither last configuration works. Everytime BSOD appears. No new installation of windows start. Error is of Regstry. Error code is 0x00000051(0x0000001,0xE152E320,0x0175A000,0x000001D6)

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An app was installed, and right after, a BSOD came up with the following error message:
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A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.

If this is the first time you've seen this Stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again, follow these steps:

Check to be sure you have adequate disk space. If a driver is identified in the Stop message, disable the driver or check with the manufacturer for driver updates. Try changing video adapters.

Technical information:

*** STOP: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0xBF803EF6, 0xF70917c4, 0x00000000)

*** win32ksys - Address BF 803EF6 base at BF800000, DateStamp 43446a58

Beginning dump of physical memory.
Physical memory dump complete.
Contact your system administrator or technical support group for further assistance.

----------------------------------

Even get a BSOD in Safe Mode, so I can't do a system restore.

Tried repairing Windows via the second repair feature with Windows CD, still getting BSOD.

Tried chkdsk via Recovery Console, didn't help.

Don't want to restore windows, as there are about 50 apps and 50 utilities to reinstall.

Any way to force a system restore? If so, how?

Or is there another solution?

TIA
 

A:BSOD even in safe mode; don't want to reinstall Windows

Btw, the BSOD started right after Daemon Tools was installed.

Found these instructions on how to execute System Restore via Recovery Console:

http://ramanathan.wordpress.com/2007/12/21/system-restore-from-recovery-console/

Is this a viable solution?
 

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Hello everyone,

I am having issues after playing Diablo 3 last night. When I was exiting the game my screen froze up and I couldn't press any keys and I was currently in vent where I heard one of the guys voice on repeat for 10 minutes straight so I decided to do a hard reset. After the first restart the windows logo would pop up and begin loading. Then my BSOD happen at that moment. I tried restarting in safe mode as well to no avail getting the same BSOD. I also decided to switch off my disk drives one by one but the same BSOD happens as soon as the windows logo appears for several seconds. I also switched my RAM around thinking it was a faulty RAM slot or stick but same results. This is the BSOD that flashes before my computer restarts:

STOP: c000021a {Fatal System Error}
the verification of a KnownDLL failed. System process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc0000428 (0x008246d0 0x00000000). The system has been shut down.

I'm really not sure how to go about solving the underlying issues and any suggestions would be great. Thanks for reading! And let me know if there any questions you might have.

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A couple of weeks ago, we upgraded some hardware on our PC:

*Core 2 Duo 6600 processor >> i7 930
*MSI N45P Neo3 motherboard >> Asus P6X58D-E
*3GB OCZ DDR2 667MHz ram >> 6GB G.Skill DDR3 triple channel 1600MHz
*Windows XP Pro 32bit >> Window 7 Professional 64bit

We performed a clean install of Windows 7, but did not format the hard drive -- the new install kept all of the files on C drive intact and created a Windows.old folder.

Windows 7 has performed unstably from the beginning: we get random lockups, freezes, and hitches, and sometimes programs will run, open, or close very slowly. Some programs will not install correctly, or the installs will freeze at the very end. For these reasons, we have not overclocked the motherboard, ram, or cpu, and have not changed any BIOS settings (all still factory settings). Though we've had all of this instability, we haven't had any MAJOR errors or any BSODs.

Yesterday morning I installed a Sims 3 expansion pack (Sims 3 Ambitions), and all hell broke loose. The game froze a couple of times upon startup, and eventually the screen filled with glitchy, static-looking colored lines and blocks (reminded me of tv distortion with older sets). The PC froze and I had to hard reboot. When I logged back onto my account (I am an administrator) to try and adjust some settings in the game, I got the first BSOD. I restarted again and tried logging on again, and when I tried to uninstall the game, I got anoth... Read more

A:BSOD issues with Windows 7 x64; Cannot logon outside of Safe Mode

Hi,

Lets see if we can get you logged in.

Remove Zone Alarm

Your networking drivers were mentioned in the first 2 BSODs that you got, and Zone Alarm is notorious for causing BSODs.

Zone Alarm Removal tool -> http://download.zonealarm.com/bin/fr...cpes_clean.exe (run in Safe Mode without networking)

Also remove the Linksys Easylink Advisor program as it's drivers are out of date.

Code:

elauni64.sys Mon Feb 19 07:31:06 2007 (45D89B6A)
elagop64.sys Mon Mar 05 21:54:40 2007 (45EBDAD0)
And, AVG needs to go too.

AVG Removal

Quote:




Download the AVG Removal Tool (ART) from here (make sure you get the appropriate version) -> save to desktop.

Boot into SAFEMODE - NO Networking. Then go to desktop, RIGHT-click on the ART icon and select Run as Administrator.

When complete - re-boot.

Install MS Security Essentials --> http://www.microsoft.com/Security_Essentials/

Then reset the Windows Firewall to its default settings -
START -> type cmd.exe -> right-click -> run as administrator -> type netsh advfirewall reset press enter




There appear to be other issues at play here (ie; the graphics related crashes), but deal with the above first and see if you can go back to the "normal mode"

If you do manage to go back to normal mode download a temperature monitoring program like Speedfan and keep an eye on your GPU temps.

Regards,
Reventon

BUGCHECK SUMMARY

Code:

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Hi,

I recently repurchased a computer off my brother who I sold to a while ago. I have the HDD from back then and simply swapped his HDD for mine. However, the computer simply loads up to the windows logo and then BSOD, and I can't pause the screen or get a good look at the error. Even in safe mode the same thing happens. I've repairing my PC with the windows 7 CD and sfc check using CMD but nothing works.

The only thing I can think of is the video card was upgraded and the drivers are messing up. However i have no idea how to install them as when i download them, they are in .exe format and you cant install drivers that are in exe format. When i plug my brothers HDD in it loads perfectly.

if anyone could please shine some light on this issue itd be much appreciated. thanks!

A:BSOD then restart after windows logo - cant use safe mode either

I would suggest reinstalling Windows onto the [new] HDD.

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My computer restarted while I was away and now I cannot get it to turn on at all. I cannot access safe mood. The windows repair option does not work. please let me know what information I can give to help. I ran FRST in command prompt and this is the results: 
 
Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST.txt) (x64) Version: 15-08-2014
Ran by SYSTEM on MININT-BIJQKUB on 15-08-2014 18:51:22
Running from G:\
Platform: Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (X64) OS Language: English (United States)
Internet Explorer Version 11
Boot Mode: Recovery
 
The current controlset is ControlSet001
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A:Windows 7: Random BSOD. cant access safe mode

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Hello!

I am new to this forum(posting any way). I have read some earlier posts the last couple of days.

I help a client with a computer that BSODs at the windows graphical interface right after it has started which takes quite a long time, also in safe mode.

This makes it impossible to collect the minidump-file to post here basically.

First he could not display labels and one couldn't even read the text on task manager. He BSOD'd if he pressed Start. The Stop is 0x000000050(can't remember the number of zeros). After running the "repair"-option after pressing F8 at the start of the computer, we were able to see the start button and labels etc, also the text on the task manager. This stop mentioned win32k.sys.

but now instead he BSOD'd with another stop code: 0x00000003b. I have tried to run "pkgmgr /ip /m:[location]" to install a hotfix I found for this error(KB2359223), but it doesn't seem to install this package for some reason.

His computer is a Samsung NP-R580H laptop. He says he can run 64-bit IE so I assume his win 7 home must be 64 bit.

After the Stop 3b, we can some times see the error 0x00000019, bad_pool_header, but not always.

I have wanted to rename his win32k.sys from the command-prompt, but it says I'm not allowed to do that(not permitted) and I didn't want to give him "full rights" of the whole System32-folder, which I believe would let him change the name of this file so it could be replaced? I have done thi... Read more

A:BSOD in Windows 7 graphical interface, safe mode too

1. Boot to System Recovery Options

2. Then run Start-up Repair.

Let us know if you're then able to boot to desktop.

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Hello all. Let me describe the situation. I posted this on a different websites forum but it never went anywhere. I was wondering if you all would be so kind as to take a look.

"2 years ago I built my own PC, and every component was brand new, except my hard drive (which I got a new one shortly after). I installed Windows 7 and everything was going great during the install until my computer BSOD. I think to myself "Ok..." but the computer restarts successfully and I just shrug it off in the typical "Oh Windows... :P" fashion.

Jump to a few months later. I start having BSOD every few start ups, until it eventually got to where it was more often that not. The odd thing was, it would only BSOD during startup, and once it was up, it ran like a champ. So my lazy solution was just usually put my computer on standby. Well, then comes a day when I have to restart my computer for some program or driver installation, and the computer never comes back on. Try to use Startup Repair on the Recovery Disk, but to no avail. I suspected my RAM, so I swapped it out with another (compatible) set I had available. Unfortunately, the computer would never start up. It would literally not power up. So I ended up replacing the motherboard. Now my computer starts up fine, and my computer seems to be normal until...

The BSOD soon returns, and I suspect that it could be a software issue. I reinstall Windows. This seems to fix the problem... for a little while. A few short wee... Read more

A:Random BSOD codes, cannot get into Windows (even in safe mode)

Did you happen to use a new SATA cable when connecting the new hdd?

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Hello!


I week or two back i've been getting a black screen after login screen (black background, i could see the mouse and move it, i could not ctrl+alt+del or anything, and nothing else worked). Today, i finally had the time to clean my computer. Now, when i start up the computer, i get a BSOD while(!) the startup process is working. I can only launch my windows in safe mode.


Thanks in advance for all the info you can give me!
Gabor

A:BSOD at startup now can't even start my windows in safe mode

An update,
in the meantime i tried doing a chkdsk /r (from windows CD, shift + f10), and it says:
"the type of the file system is NTFS. Cannot lock current drive. Windows cannot run checking on this volume because it is write protected"
also sfc /scannow doesn't work because there is a windows repair pending.

The safe mode doesn't seem to be starting either. It just stops (my hard disk light is working btw).
So i'm guessing it's a HDD problem.
Is there something i can do at this point?

Thanks.

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My laptop crashes at the point when the colored dots converge in normal or safe modes, then it breifly shows the BSOD & restarts. I have tried all of the following. Startup repair-including restore which doesn`t show any restore points just restore from saved image which i do not have. Removed drive and carried out chkdsk and sfc /scannow no problems found. When plugged in to my other laptop all files on the drive are visible. Reinstalled the drive ran system repair could not fix, I entered int other tools run command prompt selected D:
entered - bootrec.exe /fixmbr successful - bootrecexe. /fixboot successful - bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd successfully scanned windows installations 0 the operation completed successfully.

Any help would be appreciated. Mick.

A:BSOD on windows 7 startup normal & safe mode

Hi ,

Follow this tutorial and select Disable Automatic Restart on System Failure that way it won't restart
right away and you can snap a picture of the BSOD.
Advanced Boot Options
Upload it here.
Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums

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