Quote: Originally Posted by sjankis630
the only test performed in the Startup Repair details that is not 0x0 (successful) is the following:
unknown bugcheck 7e. Parameters = 0xffffffffc0000005, 0xfffff880031215c6, 0xfffff880009a8b78, 0xfffff880009a83do.
Repair action: System files integrity check and repair
result: Failed. Error code = 0x490
Time taken = 809723 ms
the one part I don't get is the first of each time I did a check. it come bak as completed successfully.
System disk = \Device\Harddisk1
Windows directory = F:\Windows
Autochk Run = 0
Number of root causes = 1
Check for updates with the result completed successfully. Error code = 0x0.
why is it looking for windows in F: drive which may be one of my cd drives?
Thanks again for any help you can provide.
Everything on the BSOD screen is printded in my original message. I have to go back and recheck. I had to take a burst picture in order to get the message in the first place.
A drive letter is .... just a drive letter. You can change it in windows and then that partition has another drive letter in THAT SPECIFIC WINDOWS INSTANCE. So it's C in your not running Windows 7. But in recovery environment it can be something else.
I see System disk = \Device\Harddisk1, do you have Harddisk0 as well ... so 2 harddisks in system? Some recovery partitions in front of what you call C?
In recovery environment ->command prompt
sel dis #
sel par #
Replace # with the actual disknumber. Replace # with the actual partition number. list disk
and list part
shows the numbers available. Do it for all disks, partitions. Which partition is flagged with: Active:Yes? And what is its drive letter?
Will show you the Windows 7 disk. True?