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Blue Screen on boot
Posted 02 November 2014 - 03:39 PM
Posted 02 November 2014 - 06:29 PM
I would check to see if you have a System Restore point set for prior to this occurance happening, and restore.
The best part about this is that it restores what ever you might have installed or updated to before it was done.
I made this a separate topic. Members feel free to make your own topics, especially for help vs burying your help request in another topic.
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Posted 02 November 2014 - 11:07 PM
Several methods to FIX Windows 7 - 8 or 10.
1. MS still has the 3 stricks and your old... so while it is booting, force a restart, the 4the time it should auto Repair.
this should restore with lose in data.(tested this in Windows 10 to day... still valid 4th time it went into Auto - NO DATA LOST)
2. Boot into your media, move thru until you get to command prompt
at Command Prompt type rstrui.exe /offline:C:\Windows then enter
that should restore your system to the last known good Restore Point(you might lose some data this way) but not much
3. Boot to your media an select Clean Install --> select the exact Partition where you current BSOD is located.
a. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION AT 41% FORCE A REBOOT, REMOVE YOU MEDIA AND IT WILL AUTO BOOT TO
DEFAULT OS. AND RECOVER YOU WINDOWS. you might have to reinstall many of your programs - when you start them if they FAIL simply reinstall.
Recommend you try in Numerical Order...
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Posted 03 November 2014 - 01:23 AM
Have you tried booting into recovery media? Run a memory diagnostic?
If not available, check if you have two memory chips. Restart your machine with each one individually. With oncoming cooler weather up North, it will be common for memory chips in laptops to move a bit and loose connection (thermal expansion?). If everything tests ok, that was it.
Still problems, at least you have verified it was probably not due to hardware (memory).
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Posted 04 November 2014 - 12:40 AM
Either something was suggested that fix it, or totally SCREWED it. but I would be interested in seeing the minidump LOG.
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