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Q: nvidia fsb overclock,mgr corrupt ,boot image corrupt ,cannot reformat

nvidia sys tool
changed the fsb overclock
system hanged
did a reboot
sys boot image corrupt
mgr corrupt ,boot image corrupt

i cannot reinstall windows as well,when i insert bootable usb windows 7,8.1(also the current os i am runnning )
it auto enters repair mode wihout any option before that ,then getting errors 0xc00001

there is no way i can proceed from here

fatality fp in9

Preferred Solution: nvidia fsb overclock,mgr corrupt ,boot image corrupt ,cannot reformat

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A: nvidia fsb overclock,mgr corrupt ,boot image corrupt ,cannot reformat

If you can't get disk to boot try flash stick alternative provided in Step 6 of Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start which also has everything else that can be done to start Win7.

If that fail try resetting BIOS to defaults.

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Hey Folks,

After a longtime i'm posting on the site.
Issue: Every time i'm booting my laptop i keeping getting Boot Manager Image is Corrupt followed by BSODs.

Steps I tried: Installing the OS again but after copying the systems file from the CD/DVD when the system is about to start the installation of the OS i get the BSOD again and back to square 1.

Does this mean my HDD is bad and i've to replace it or are there any hope of getting it back????? kindly help!!!

A:Boot Manager Image Corrupt!

Quote: Originally Posted by Sunimar

Hey Folks,

After a longtime i'm posting on the site.
Issue: Every time i'm booting my laptop i keeping getting Boot Manager Image is Corrupt followed by BSODs.

Steps I tried: Installing the OS again but after copying the systems file from the CD/DVD when the system is about to start the installation of the OS i get the BSOD again and back to square 1.

Does this mean my HDD is bad and i've to replace it or are there any hope of getting it back????? kindly help!!!

I hope it didn't install anything yet! hopefully it put the files on some temp folder. Delete that folder later to reclaim space.

You have an win7 installation DVD as you were trying to reinstall.
Boot from that dvd (be sure it boots from dvd!! So change bios settings).
boot into System Recovery Options (option 2) then "command prompt"


bootrec /fixboot
bootrec /fixmbr
commands succeed successfuly?

try to boot normally

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Hi Everybody,

just moved my uncles HDD to a SSD i finally got it to boot no problem and everything seems to be back to normal but a new issue has come up.

every 5th or 6th time i reboot it gives me the BOOTMGR image is corrupt. The system cannot boot error then after i restart go into the BIOS go save to CMOS the system boots as if nothing happened.

so far i have tried:
run startup repair
run bootrec.exe /fixmbr /fixboot and fix bcd commands x4 strangely it says everything is completed but shows 0 windows installs.
reinstalled Win 7
no virues
no spyware

I'm thinking of maybe changing the CMOS battery. Would that help? and also when i go over there tomorrow going to check if the partition is active.

if anyone has any other ideas/solutions I'm more than happy to hear them

A:BOOTMGR image is corrupt. The system cannot boot.

Wipe the HD of boot code using Diskpart Clean Command before Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 - steps are same for retail.

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Hello. Can you please help me with this problem please?
Am trying to open my acer ( win7) laptop but i get this massage. I can enter the set up but then i don't know what to do.
Thanks in advance

A:BOOTMGR image is corrupt. the system cannot boot

Restart the computer and Press F8. In the Advanced Boot menu choose Repair Your Computer.

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My hp Pavilion g7-1310us notebook PC has the message (BOOTMGR IS CORRUPT. THE SYSTEM CANNOT BOOT.)  This happened after one of those regular Shutdown & Update option you get every once in a while when you are shutting down the computer. HP says it is a software issue not a hardware issue.  Has anyone seen this problem and does anybody know how to fix?  

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My Dell laptop is saying BOOTMGR image is corrupt. the system cannot boot. I have no idea what to do, I'm not good with computers lol can someone tell me what i need to do?

A:BOOTMGR image is corrupt. The system cannot boot.

Hi and welcome,

Please follow the steps outlined here:

Bootmgr is missing - Fix


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I have tried installing Windows 8 Consumer Preview for a full week now, but no luck.

I have tried several different USB sticks and DVD's, I have checked the hash sum on my downloaded ISOs, but it always ends up with the same problem:


I get this error every time I try to boot from a USB or DVD. If I install Windows 8 over my Windows 7, then I get the message after the first reboot after what seems like a successful installation.

I have even tried to first make a bootable Win 7 USB, then delete the thre folders, sources, upgrade and support and copy over the same folders from the Win 8 installation disk. This then boots up, installs Win 8, but still I get the Bootmgr image is corrupt error on first reboot.

Anybody can help me here? Please, I really want to use Win 8!

I'm trying to install it on an Acer Aspire 6930G, Dual Core 2GHz, 4GB RAM, 120GB SSD and 320 GB HDD. Updated BIOS in the weekend.

A:Can't boot from bootable Win 8 USB, I get bootmgr image is corrupt

Have you tried without using the SSD?

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PC has been running fine no issues,this morning switched it on and it when to boot as normal then went to a blank screen with message can not boot boot image corrupt
Since then,every time I tey to boot ,fans start then CPU fan stops monitor stays blanks and I don't even get the boot page
Press F5 or F8 does nothing and can't get into BIOS

PC about 8 years old with a giga byte EX58UDR3 mobo and Intel think it's a i27 CPU

A:corrupt boot image message ,now will not boot and cant access bios

It sounds to me like hardware failure. I'm not sure what that picture is for but I suggest that you check for blown capacitors. Capacitor Lab - Visual Signs of Capacitor Failure - Bulging and Leaking

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I installed windows 8 transformation pack (i know im stupid) and after restarting it says
BOOT MGR image is corrupt The sytem cannot boot

i dont have the windows 7 CD because i installed it from my USB, but i tried putting windows vista CD but it still says the System Cannot boot.

please help, what should i do? il try burning windows 7 installer on to a blank DVD tomorrow, but will it work? because windows vista CD didnt work

EDIT: if i choose 'Onboard or USB CD-ROM Drive' on bios it says 'Selected boot device not available. strike f1 to retry boot, f2 for setup utility press f5 to run onboard diagnostics

A:BOOT MGR image is corrupt The sytem cannot boot error! URGENT!!

Don't worry, if you can boot with Vista DVD, just start the recovery program, in there choose comand prompt and then do the following commands:
bootrec /FixMbr bootrec /FixBoot bootrec /RebuildBcd
The source (of course HERE!!)
Bootmgr is missing - Fix[2]=General%20Tips

See ya!!!

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I get this everytime the computer loads up the logo Dell come up then it goes to black screen where it says diskette drive faluer but I don't have one in the computer so then I press F1 to continue when I do that its goes black for a while then BOOTMGR image is corrupt. The system cannot boot comes up and I can't do anything else at all. So I shut it down then I try pressing F12, F8, F10, and the ESC button but none of those work for some reason. Only the F2 and F1 works, I know keyboard is good though cause when I press the F buttons too many times it will make a beep noise. So I don't know what I can do, any help would be great and I know this problem has been solved but I tried none work. I have a Windows XP Dell Dimension E521. I know its old but it was put away for long time so someone told me to start it up and well I already said the problem.

A:Solved: BOOTMGR image is corrupt. The system cannot boot

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A friend of mine ask me to try his vista installer disc since he can not install it on his system. So I tried installing it into my pc upon booting on to the disc I got a message that says BOOTMGR image is corrupt. The system cannot boot. What do you think is the problem with the installer disc?

A:Solved: BOOTMGR image is corrupt. The system cannot boot.

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windows 7

bootmgr image is corrupt the system can not boot

dell inspiron 1545

i lost the disk to fix this issue
is there a place to get a download onto a flash drive to fix this issue
im stuck with no where to go please help

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not a clue what this person did but they say they saved a pwr pt they put together on it and then put it in hybernate and turned it off when it said it was okay to. well i get home and they show me this message it's pulling up. after you power it on it runs through its sys check then after memory check it says restoration image is corrupt continue to system boot menu and that's all it does, it says to press f8 for advanced window options but you can't access anything, like it just freezes up. any ideas? i can't get it to start in safe mode, all i can access is q-flash and xpress recovery but haven't found anything in either of those to help. the xpress recovery is crap that came with the motherboard, nothing like sys restore. ideas to what caused it and how to fix it?

A:winxp won't boot up completely: restoration image corrupt

any help on this one? like what exactly does it mean, any way to fix it or try to get the computer to boot up into a mode i can work on it in?

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I reformatted (is that a word?) my PC yesterday and again today as i was having problems, perhaps viruses, Trojans etc..not sure exactly but even after the second installation i am still having problems.
I have all my updates, i think all my drivers have been updated (from disks only so far) and had only installed avg and flash player, yet with the first attempt of some installations i got errors and had to try again.
with the second lot of windows updates i was asked to do a restart which i did but windows would not start up giving me the option of the different modes to start in. None of them worked, not even safe mode. (a few tries gave me a quick flash of the bsod with white text before restarting again) So i put the xp home ed back in and this time chose repair. It did a scan disk (chkdisk?) and finally windows loaded.
Ran avg...all good
installed adobe reader and Firefox (think these had errors also during installation) played with some facebook apps, all of which flash crashed like they always have, no matter what browser i use.
More windows updates popped up, ran them, was asked to do restart and the scandisk screen came up again! (something about corrupt files)
when windows loaded i got the "send error report" pop up
What have i done wrong??
Is something not compatible??
thanks in advance

A:problems after reformat. corrupt files etc

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Okay I have a huge epidemic =X, I took my teachers computer home to do a simple reformat, Prior to the reformat we were using WindowsXP Dark Edition now I tried to reformat using XP Sp3, Well I deleted the partitions and started to format. I got Xp installed at 100% then it had to restart and I guess it would have continued with the Installation. Well instead it said.

File \BIOSINFO.INF is corrupt or cannot be found.
Error Code 4108
(Not exact wording)

I have no idea what it is, I have searched around and got a thing from microsoft about it may being a program, But there is nothing on the HD at all.

Any Idea GUYS!?

Oh and his laptop is this

1.6 GHz Intel Pentium M 730 (Sonoma), 533MHz FSB and PCIe x16 chipset
15.4 inch WSXGA+ LCD Panel (Samsung)
2 GB DDR2 400 MHz ram
60 GB Ultra ATA Fujitsu 4200rpm hard drive
64 MB ATi Mobility Radeon X300
Microsoft Windows XP Home
24x CD-RW/DVD (Sony)
Intel 2200 b/g internal wireless card
6-cell lithium ion battery
4 USB ports
1 IEEE 1394 FireWire port
Secure Digital I/O card slot
1 PCMCIA card slot
2 front facing speakers
VGA output
Optional S-Video and composite video out with adaptor cable
Audio-out (headphones) and Mic-in
Integrated 10/100 network Ethernet card
Internal 56k modem

A:[SOLVED] Tried To Reformat and The Bios are corrupt?

You need to format the partition before installing the O/S. See the MS Knowledge Base article here about this very problem.

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A quick rundown of my pitiful state...
1. I accidentally deleted the entire CLSID folder from the system registry. Yes I know it's really dumb to mess around with the registry, there's no point telling me this now.
2. After doing that, I found I was unable to perform any operations inside of Windows (XP Pro) so I tried rebooting
3. Upon rebooting, Windows seems to load normally until I get to the login screen. At this point, all I see is the default blue windows background with the logo. There is no prompt where I select a user or enter a password, nor is there an option in the lower left corner to shut down the computer. It stays like this for eternity, although I can move the mouse around.
4. I tried rebooting using safe mode, then "last known good configuration," then ALL the other options (safe mood with console or something, and a few others) but ALL OF THEM run into the same problem as #3... it just takes me to the login screen but doesn't give me any name to click or password prompt.
5. Sooooo I think it's about time I just reformat the drive and reinstall Windows. All my documents are backed up and Windows was getting slow anyway so a reformat/reinstall would be good anyway.
6. I put in the Windows XP install CD. In the BIOS I put the boot order so the CD loads first.
7. The setup CD loads up and takes me to where I can choose to install XP, use the recovery console, or exit. I choose install XP
8. It goes through some steps and then it takes... Read more

A:Corrupt Registry; Cannot Reformat/reinstall Xp!

well you can zero the drivewipe it out with boot and nukeunzip the file and burn to cdinstall cd and turn your computer off and turn it onboot and nuke will detect your harddriveyou can begin wiping it outhttp://dban.sourceforge.net/choose this oneDownload DBAN for installation on CD and DVD media.

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Hello. I am very excited to start using the first computer I have ever built, and I have gotten to the BIOS setting, so I was hopeful. However, after checking that the system booted from the CD/DVD drive and then to the hard drive, I received the error message "Bootmgr image is corrupt. System can not boot."

I am installing Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit on a new build. I have 8GB of RAM, an msi A88X-G43 motherboard, a gtx 750 ti graphics card, an amd x4 750k processor, and a Western Digital 1TB hdd.

This is my first time building a computer, but I did research other help threads about the same message. While most other threads relied on using windows startup recovery, I can't do that because I don't have an operating system installed yet. Other threads pointed toward having to format your hdd beforehand, but I only put it in the case as is. Could that have something to do with it?

Thank you very much for helping someone who is new to this.

A:"Bootmgr image is corrupt. System can not boot." message on new build

You need to make sure you have a working Win7 install disc (check on another PC to ensure its not corrupt in some way)

You need to ensure your CD drive actually works and is plugged in correctly ie sata data and power cables tightly secured

Ensure BIOS boots to CD/DVD drive first

If all the above are set correctly and in good working order, you should be able to boot from CD and start your install. I'm assuming you didn't save your BIOS settings correctly or your install disc is bad.

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I'll describe my story as simply as possible.

1) I downloaded what I thought was a patch for MS Office 2010 from a "cracking" website. I'm aware that this is wrong, I needed MS Office as a student and my new (infected) computer only came with a trial - anyways I'm not going to try to justify it, that isn't what this thread is about.
2) The bad program instantly put my monitor in power-saver mode (meaning my comp shut off or restarted) and probably edited my registry or deleted vital files.
3) When the computer automatically restarted, it instantly BSOD.
4) I tried startup restore, after "successfully" restoring, BSOD.
5) I system restored to two different previous points, still BSOD.
6) I restored to factory condition (reformat), still BSOD. Now instead of saying "starting windows" or whatever, it says "Setting up windows for the first time" or something along this lines.
7) I got the AVG Rescue CD and virus scanned, no viruses reported - but I don't think its a coincidence that this problem started exactly when I ran the malicious .exe

Additional info: The BSOD flashes for less than 2 seconds but I was able to read something on it that I think helps

edit: I also set all boot settings to default
It says "iastor.sys" near the middle-bottom right every time - I think the problem is with that file being corrupted possibly.

I am able to edit the registry via the AVG rescue CD, but I wouldn't know where to start.... Read more

A:Virus/Corrupt files invoking BSOD, tried reformat/etc

Hello dfro87,

I wouldn't know where to start either.

Let's see if we can get a log of some sort to give me an idea of what's going on.

Assuming this is a 64-bit Windows 7 machine...

Download Farbar Recovery Scan Tool and save it to a flash drive.

Plug the flashdrive into the infected PC.

Restart your computer and tap F8 to bring up the Advanced Menu, then click Repair your computer

Follow the prompt to enter keyboard input method, and then the prompt to enter a password. If the machine does not have a password, simply click Enter.

In the next menu, use the arrow keys on the keyboard to highlight Command Prompt and press Enter.In the command window type in notepad and press Enter.
The notepad opens. Under File menu select Open.
Select "Computer" and find your flash drive letter and close the notepad.
In the command window type e:\frst64.exe and press Enter.

Note: Replace letter e with the drive letter of your flash drive.

The tool will start to run.
When the tool opens click Yes to disclaimer.
Press Scan button.
It will make a log (FRST.txt) on the flash drive. Please copy and paste it to your reply.

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On a Dell 2400, I received this blue screen message after reinstalling XP before the install completed. I first reformatted the hard drive and went through the normal steps, but now do not know how to correct this problem.

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Hi all, first post for me.

I'll walk you thru what happened and hope one of you can help diagnose or solve my problem.

I am using a 100% stock Alienware Area-51 M9750 laptop, bought new in 2007, which has worked flawlessly for me until now. The vid card is an nvidia GeForce Go 7950 GTX with what must be original drivers; I've had no issues gaming and stuff so i have never looked for any updated drivers. The OS is Windows XP SP3.

Problem: I was gaming, playing a freeshard of Dark Age Of Camelot as I have been for well one year, when the laptop froze. Not able to alt tab I had no choice but to power down. Upon power up, I noticed some weird graphics on the screen during reboot ( symbols like < >), then the windows xp screen came up clear, no artifacts/symbols, then the screen went dark for a minute which fairly normal, then I hear the startup audio followed by... nothing. Blank screen for well over one minute. I waited patiently for another minute or so then got the dreaded BSOD. The blue screen lasted literally 3 seconds and all I could make out was 'windows is shutting down to prevent damage?' and something along the lines of nv4 dot something.

Laptop rebooted and got same results. I tried safe mode, which loads up no problem, and tried a system restore going back to the nearest checkpoint. Reboot and same thing. I cannot get to my desktop in normal mode no matter what I have tried.

So basically I've never had this happen before so I'm... Read more

A:Nvidia drivers corrupt?

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hi everyone,

i m new here i hope someone will help me to solve this frustrating problem regarding my display driver...

System Spec:

Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 3 (2600.xpsp_sp3_gdr.090804-1435)
System Manufacturer: Dell Computer Corporation
System Model: Precision M60
BIOS: Phoenix ROM BIOS PLUS Version 1.10 A09
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor 2.00GHz
Memory: 1024MB RAM
Page File: 651MB used, 1813MB available
Display Card: NVIDIA Quadro FX Go1000
Display Memory: 128.0 MB
Current Mode: 1680 x 1050 (32 bit) (60Hz)

"""MY NVIDIA display Driver got corrupt every day"""

Problem started few days ago.
i turn on my Laptop, i saw windows loading screen n after that just Black screen i thought maybe logon screen takes time to appear but,
nothing happen i waited almost 20 min's then i restart it, i try again but nothing happen just Black screen again. again restart it! this time i try to go to safe mode it hanged there.
i restart it again, "Using F8" now i go to "Enable VGA mode" finally i can see logon screen n i can able to "log in"
but what i saw my screen resolution has been reduced to 16 bit " 800 x 600 " i try to change the resolution as i apply it again "black screen" n computer hanged. i waited for few minutes... but i have to restart my computer once again.
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A:Nvidia driver corrupt

Uninstalling the display driver through the Device Manager will not fix a corrupt driver. Every time you restart the computer Windows will just reinstall the same driver. Download a fresh graphics driver from Nvidia's website, uninstall the old driver from Add and Remove Programs, restart and install the new driver. See if that helps.

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This fast i7 PC has over 65,000 EVENT ERRORS since last year.
I have never looked at an event error log until today.

But oddly, this PC runs pretty great usually.
There are `Corrupted file` errors reported (even as the PC performance is great even now).
I have been unable to do a back-up on this computer since new (around15-months ago) when I bought an NVidia iChiLL GTX 780 (for this Asus Stereoscopic 3D Monitor).

I tried to back-up to a spinning drive. Fail fail fail fail fail attempt after attempts. So, I gave up.
PC is Haswell i7, 16Gb Ram, Platinum PSU etc...
Graphics card is iChill GTX 780.

More recently I again tried to clone from this 250Gb Samsung SSD to a Crucial 500Gb M550, but it failed.
So, I thought it was due to Magician software or something.
So, I bought a Samsung V-Nand 500Gb. But the clone attempts failed again. (Broken Pipe &/or Error 0x800...... etc....)

So, instead of Disk Migration and EaseUS or Macrium Reflect or Acronis (all FAIL FAIL FAIL FAILS)
I bought a Disc-Clone box.
Fail after fail after fail failed to clone.

So I tried the Recovery Disk Back-up method.

Various `Error messages` Too numerous to list just now.

So, I half cloned (partitions); and went to do a direct copy of the C-Drive files into the new SSD partition for C-Drive.

NVidia Dll etc..... Error copies popped up repeatedly during the file transfer (I am in the middle of).
Mainly the Errors are all 2 dates (14/11/2013 & 11/03/2014) thus far... Read more

A:How do I get rid of Corrupt NVidia Dll files etc???

Could give DDU a try: Display Driver Uninstaller Download version

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Hi! Deep breath this is going to be a long one…

I bought a new computer, which arrived about a week ago, and from pretty much the moment I plugged it in and switched it on it has been crashing intermittently. This occurs at random intervals and does not seem to be related to whichever program I am using. The monitor goes black and the pc reboots but does not get as far as windows, displaying the message:

“windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: System32/Drivers/Ntfs.sys"

If i press the reset button on the case the same happens again, however if i power the computer off and then start it up again it always loads windows absolutely fine, but nevertheless will crash again at some point in the future. I have attempted to repair this file as instructed (by accessing windows set-up and using the recovering console) but am unable to do this because after pressing "r" at the first "welcome to set-up" screen I get the message:

"Setup did not find any hard disk drive(s) installed on your computer. Make sure any hard disk drives are powered up and properly connected to your computer, and that any disk-related hardware configuration is correct. This may involve running a manufacturer-supplied diagnostic or Setup program.
Setup cannot continue. To exit Setup press F3"

And i am forced to exit the set-up. I have also attempted to replace ntfs.sys manually by browsing the windows xp cd and copying the file from the... Read more

A:Solved: ntfs.sys corrupt or missing causes winXp to crash,can't reformat or repair from XP CD

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As the title states...
I accidentally changed privs across the whole C drive, because I thought I was accessing and attempting it on Program Filesx86 Only which is prob not the best idea either...
But it was in an attempt to reset things back to being more "normal"... I think.. or was trying to do in my attempt...
I have located and know how to delete the Bin...
But when I go to manually delete it, I get the message telling me that Id be deleting my desktop.ini File... Which Id prefer to try to not have to do, but realize I may have to...
So I want to fix my Bin, Try to Keep and restore the desktop.ini, - without possibly corrupting my user account...And most importantly reset and get this system's privileges back to default or nominal condition...
I do have, and was going to use subinacl.msu, and some prompts, but Im reluctant to move forward with any step until I get some advice from an expert....
I was about to do the subinacl method but wasnt sure if I should, in case I should do something with the desktop.ini situation or the Bin situation before I touched the privileges again...
I was going to move forward with things, but wanted some insight from you experts...
Even with 20+ years fixing cpus, and doing iT... theres always more to learn, and mistakes to make.. and new OS's to learn etc...So I dont think Ill ever call myself much more than an advanced user... and sometimes a risky
one, ... but Ive never bricked anything,or needed to do... Read more

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I have a big one and its confusing the life out of me.

About two weeks ago my Itunes said my ipod was corrupted and needs to be restored and then it does so and says it is still corrupted upon rebooting the Ipod... this cycle can go on forever. I also noticed that my disc drive will spin a disc but when I open it in My Computer it simply shows it as empty. Upon system boot into Windows a Nero message box would say something about some problems with Upper or Lower Drives or something like that so I uninstalled Nero completely.

I uninstalled everything to do with apple and itunes/ipod as well with a 3rd party uninstaller and tried cleaning out my Registry of all left overs.

Antivirus scans show nothing

Upon reinstalling itunes - still had my playlists and songs... meaning it did not fully uninstall. great. Also same problem with the ipod. What makes me think this is a problem with my PC and not apple software/ipod is that the ipod is only seen as a removable disk in My Computer, normally it identifies as IPOD.

I restored my pc to a date way before the problems started. nothing changed.

I tried to do a repair install of windows but it said it was missing some files like framdit.ttf which is a font so i said to skip but then it said it was missing fs.rec.sys so i didn't go any further bcuz that sounded serious. (althought this might be because i have tinyxp installed so it doesn't have a lot of the files)

After i canceled that and rebooted, i lost my di... Read more

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I've been posting about various problems I've been having--definitely not related to infection. However, I've failed to mention what seems to be the most serious problem. Numerous BSODs, all related to nvatabus.sys, which I assume is part of the Nvidia chipset. (I don't think I'm running other Nvidia drivers, but who knows). Unfortunately, I've never reinstalled these drivers apart from when I'm reinstalling Windows, and don't know if I can simply uninstall Nvidia drivers and then reinstall them. Will that cause problems for me? (e.g., complete fiasco).

Thanks for any help.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 3.00GHz, x86 Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 2045 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6800, 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 953859 MB, Free - 543521 MB; F: Total - 953835 MB, Free - 495377 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0UH741
Antivirus: Webroot SecureAnywhere, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled

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hi everyone,

i m new here i hope someone will help me to solve this frustrating problem regarding my display driver...
System Spec:

Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 3 (2600.xpsp_sp3_gdr.090804-1435)
System Manufacturer: Dell Computer Corporation
System Model: Precision M60
BIOS: Phoenix ROM BIOS PLUS Version 1.10 A09
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor 2.00GHz
Memory: 1024MB RAM
Page File: 651MB used, 1813MB available
Display Card: NVIDIA Quadro FX Go1000
Display Memory: 128.0 MB
Current Mode: 1680 x 1050 (32 bit) (60Hz)

"""MY NVIDIA display Driver got corrupt every day"""

Problem started few days ago.
i turn on my Laptop, i saw windows loading screen n after that just Black screen i thought maybe logon screen takes time to appear but,
nothing happen i waited almost 20 min's then i restart it, i try again but nothing happen just Black screen again. again restart it! this time i try to go to safe mode it hanged there.
i restart it again, "Using F8" now i go to "Enable VGA mode" finally i can see logon screen n i can able to "log in"
but what i saw my screen resolution has been reduced to 16 bit " 800 x 600 " i try to change the resolution as i apply it again "black screen" n computer hanged. i waited for few minutes... but i have to restart my computer once again.
"i thought maybe display driver got corrupt"
so again go to "E... Read more

A:why ? NVIDIA display Driver corrupt

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I took some photos on a recent snowboard trip to France and on return have found that one of the pictures is showing 'file error' when I try and view it via the camera, and when transferred to the computer the JPEG opens with a red cross and says no preview available.

I have tried opening the file with various different programs and have also attempted to use some file recovery software (obtained via the web) but to no avail. The closest I have come was using some software called "JPEGSNOOP" (http://www.impulseadventure.com/photo/jpeg-snoop.html), through this I managed to recover a blurred image however my lack of computer literacy stopped me from going any further in recovering the full image...

I was wondering if anyone had any knowledge / suggestions that they would be able to offer?

I have attached the JPEG file if someone would like to have a go...

(The picture was taken using a Samsung D70 Camera and a SanDisk SD memory card 2GB)

Many thanks

A:Corrupt Image - HELP!

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My Network adaptor screen identifies a problem (yellow exclamation mark) saying NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller - McAfee Core NDIS Intermediate Filter Miniport and WAN Miniport (IP) - McAfee Core NDIS Intermediate Filter Miniport ive lost internet connection and hence can surf the net or email. Does anyone know specifically how to download the correct drivers and then install on the PC. PS I have a lap top and a portable harddrive

A:NVIDIA Drivers corrupt & no internet Connection

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I get this message regardless of the bootable drive i select. I installed a new hard drive and tried to boot from my Windows system recover disk (DVD drive) and still get this message. I also reset my bios to the factory default. Nothing worked. Is there a way to fix the Boot MGR Image?


A:BootMGR image is corrupt

Hi and welcome to TSF please see the info here Use the Bootrec.exe tool in the Windows Recovery Environment to troubleshoot and repair startup issues in Windows

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I have had my comp for almost a year now, but it started to froze every time when it finished loading windows. So i reformat the HDD, ever since i have been trying to install windows i got errors. I kept doing the reformat process and now it only says when i try to install windows "The image ntvdm.exe is possibly corrupt. The Header checksum does not match the computer Checksum" been having this prob for a week now. Though i could fix it my self, but now i really need advice. Need to do so much work in my computer but cant cause I'm having this problem. Any kind of help would be nice

A:The image ntvdm.exe is possible corrupt

You need to run chkdsk /r from Recovery Console:

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A computer (AthlonXP 2400+ with XP Home SP2) used by four family members decided three weeks ago to start crashing with random BSODs, up to 20 per day. I analyzed dozens of Minidump logs and found nothing that could be pointed to as the cause. After verifying no viruses or spyware, swapping RAM, video card and PSU, and all of the other tricks I know (including a repair install which failed three times)... I decided to load my last saved Ghost Image which greeted me with a decompression error - image file is corrupt.

At that point I decided to do a clean install of XP which also failed several times at 33 and 25 minuted to completion. I decided either the MOBO or CPU were bad so I drove over to Fry's Electronics and bought an Asus P5GC-MX1333 mobo, E6550 CPU, 2GB DDR2-5300 RAM, 8600GT video card, Antec 500W PSU and XP Pro OEM. I got that working with my old hard drive and DVD burner, and told my family to have fun reinstalling programs.

Now I am no longer interested in restoring the corrupt Ghost image, but I would like to recover data from it (email, pictures, documents). The image made with Ghost 2003 contains a .GHS and 24 .GHO files. At least one of the GHO files is corrupt. Is there a way to recover anything at all from the others?

A:Corrupt Ghost Image

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I am getting an error message The image wow32.dll is possibly corrupt--blue screen of death upon startup. I have a feeling my hard drive has crashed but am open to any possible suggestions. I have tried "last known good configuration (which very seldom seems to work anyhow)" and have tried booting into safe mode. No luck. I tried the hard drive on another PC, exact same kind, no luck. Anyone have any other ideas as to how I can try to correct this possible corrupt dll file or should I trash the hard drive. I am going to try getting into it as a slave but haven't done that just yet. Any suggestions or help would be appreciated.

A:Image wow32.dll is corrupt

You can do 3 things in a situation like this.
1. You can try a repair install
2. You can try to replace the files using your windows disk
3. You can set it up as a slave

Pick your choice and ill tell you how.

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Hey all, about a week ago I had a problem with an image I made.
I was making some graphics, and decided to rename the file name. This resulted in me not being able to open the file with any graphics program:
Windows Picture Viewer said:

No preview available.Click to expand...

MS Paint said:

Paint cannot read this file. This is not a valid bitmap file, or its format is not currently supported.Click to expand...

GIMP said:

This file is corrupted.Click to expand...

The image format is .PNG, and I don't have Vista (unlike the other people reporting this problem).
Recently, I opened the file in IrfanView, which loaded about 1/4 of the image and left the rest of it black - which is some progress, I guess.
Now, atleast I can change the image format to pretty much anything (e.g. .JPEG), but it still doesn't solve anything.
Any ideas on how I can repair the image? I've tried restoring my computer to an earlier time, but to no avail.
E: Forgot to mention, I renamed it back to it's original name, and still nothing.

A:Corrupt Image File

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Hello.. Looking for a little help.

I recently increased the speed of my memory via the BIOS to take full advantage of my OCZ Gold DDR2 1066 2x2gb memory (memory is currently my biggest performance hurdle and more is being sent via fedex.)

The BIOS of the Biostar 790GXE 128M defaults the speed of the memory to 400 mhz and I was attempting to update it to 533. This was completed successfully and upon restart, Windows 7 Professional x64 hung upon a page that said "Loading files" with a progress bar at the bottom. The progress stopped at fully complete and sat for 2.5 hours before I finally turned the PC off.

Upon reboot, I received a "Bootmgr image is corrupt. The system cannot boot." message.

I reset the memory back to 400 mhz, restarted and received the same "Loading Files" page but this time it stopped at about half way through.

I again rebooted the PC and received the same "Bootmgr image is corrupt, The system cannot boot." message to the same error again and again.

Following various other advice from this forum, I have downloaded the proper ISO file and used the Win7 USB DVD Download Tool to burn the ISO to a DVD to attempt to repair.

I have verified that the BIOS is setup to load the USB, then DVD then HDD (win7 is on the HDD not SSD).. Upon entering the DVD and restarting, I receive a prompt that says "press any key to boot from the DVD," which I do.

Windows then brought up a "Loading Files&quo... Read more

A:BOOTMGR image is corrupt

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After rebooting and attempting to load the DVD, I got this message once. No clue what it means or if it points anyone into a helpful direction. It means jibberish to me.


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I have an HP laptop.  It originally came with Windows 7 but was upgraded to Windows 10 a few months ago.  It has been running fine.  I didn't use it for about a week.  When I went to turn it on today it came up with a black screen and the message "BOOTMGR is image corrupt.  System cannot boot."  I've looked online for answers, but can't quite seem to figure out what to do.  Has this happened to anyone else?

A:BOOTMGR image is corrupt

Hi,run a hard drive test and tell me the result  power down the note book as soon as you hit the power button , keep tapping the esc key on the top left corner until a new window opens up(the start up menu ) choose the option f2 and choose the option component test and then choose hardrive testcheers,Dhee

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Please, I was using my computer and experienced a power outageThis has corrupted my Recovery as well as my WindowsI was able to install a Windows 7 on it, but the custom recovery on the hard drive cannot be loaded anymore.When I try to restore my windows using the inbuilt recovery by pressing F11, I get the error that it was unable to load the boot configuration fileThe location was \BOOT\BCDIt says the configuration is not correctI have been able to navigate to the exact location of the file, it is there but I can't boot into the image recovery.I don't have the Recovery Manager application on the windows I manually installed from a USB DrivePlease help if you can help me configure the file or get a copy of the original BCD fileThank you.

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Acronis says the image on these five DVDs is corrupt and will not do an image restore. If I copy all the five DVDs to a hard disk, the image restore goes without any problem.

What is going on here?

The DVD drive from which I am doing the restore is the one that originally created the image; but, just to be sure the DVD drive is not the problem, I tried the operation with another known-good DVD drive and the result is the same.

A:Acronis says image is corrupt when it isn't.

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Bootmgr image is corrupt

my child is getting this when stating her laptop, it was a second hand laptop i bought a couple of months ago ,i have tried the recovery disc and then got this

The file or directory D:\Windows.old is corrupt and unreadable. please run the CHKDSK utility. Which it looks like vista was on before windows 7 ,is there a fix for this thanks

i just run command prompt and got tgot this in the command promp

the type of the file system is NTFS

Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process ,Chkdsk may run if this is dismounted first,
all oppened handlesto this volume would then be invali
would you like to force a dismount on this volume <Y/N>

so do i force a dismount ?

A:Bootmgr image is corrupt

What recovery disk? THe Recovery DIsks are to restore WIn7 to factory condition, used as a backup to the more stable method which is running the Recovery Partition from Win7 or boot using it's hotkey.

To Repair Win7 when it will not boot, use System Recovery Options preferably from the DVD or REpair CD. BOot in to accept any offered repair. If Win7 fails to start at reboot, boot back in to run Startup Repair repeatedly.

Startup Repair will automate System Restore, System File Checker and Disk Check, but if it fails try them manually from the Recover Tools list there. Run SFC or Disk Check from a COmmand Line: SFC -SCANNOW Run in Command Prompt at Boot

Post back the results. You may be able to delete windows.old archive if not needed, as well as back up stranded files, using this method: Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console

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Hi, new here.
So I have had this problem for a while generally just happens when i am playing games that require some power, I am to believe this is a hard drive problem. ok so sometimes my computer will blue screen out or i could even shut it down as normal, but both end with the same result and the computer cannot load back up ' BOOTMGR image is corrupt, system cannot boot' something along those lines.
Also alot of my files seem to be going corrupt for no reason, but when left for a while ( couple of hours ) they will work again.
if anyone knows anything about this problem or needs more info on my pc etc please post.

A:BOOTMGR image is corrupt

It probably is your hard drive. See if you can find a Ultimate boot disk or some type of disk check from your manufacture of the drive and run diagnostics on the hard drive. If it comes back with a bunch of corrupt clusters get as much data off as you can.

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Please god help me with this someone! when i try and boot XP it goes directly to a blue screen and in white writing it says " c0000221 Bad image checksum. Image url.dll is possibly corrupt. The header checksum does not match the computed checksum" I have run diagnostics through the boot utility and nothing shows up. If someone could please help me with this it would be greatly appreciated. Use as much detail as possible with your help as i am alright with navigating the computer but definently not an expert.

A:Image Url is possibly corrupt?

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I have win 7 home premium 64 bit in a HP P6 series computer. I'm 60+ y/o and find computers hard to deal with sometimes? Ive searched for an answer to this problem but what Ive read makes me even more confused,I can usually find a solution to a problem but this has me beat.You see I changed my name on my computer when I did a re-install of win 7 about 6 months ago and the backup didn't restore properly so I added files manually,now I have multiple duplicates of program files etc...etc..? I have two locations for Documents and Downloads,one is for the old name and the other is the new name Ive used. Is there a fairly simple way of getting out of this mess?

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I have a Dell Inspiron. I had a problem with connecting to the internet even though I was connected. So I restored the computer to a previous date when it was working. The computer turned off and did not come back on. I turned it on manually but got the message "STOP: c0000221 {Bad Image Checksum} The image url.dll is possibly corrupt. The header checksum does not match the computed checksum." I did Control F* several times and tried the various options presented but I always got the same message.

How do I fix it so Windows will start again? Thanks.

A:Solved: Image url.dll possibly corrupt

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Hi I have a 2tb drive which is corrupted . Has anyone used ddrescue to make an image to another drive ?
the drive only shows up in windows 7 under computer manager and the error I get is " needs initializing ..."
thanks in advance

A:using ddresure to image corrupt drive

What's on the 2TB drive and what File System is it formatted to (NTFS, FAT etc) ? Internal or external drive ?

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On start up gettting this message: 510-Splash screen image corrupt.Any ideas what this means, and how to fix it,thank you! 

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Apologies for calling on the services of the BC community again but since I upgraded from Vista I still have a couple of issues.
Firstly, I get the message "The task image is corrupt or has been tampered with" every time I open Task Scheduler, and there are about 80 of these messages relating to different tasks.
Secondly, if I go to msconfig/Boot, Vista is shown as the default, and only, operating system, although when the computer boots up it certainly looks like Windows 7 (Microsoft flag etc).
As usual, any help with these problems really appreciated.

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