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Windows 7: Enable System Protection on Local Disk (C:) with CMD

16 Jan 2013   #1

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Enable System Protection on Local Disk (C:) with CMD

Hello.
I Have a Netbook Windosw Home Premium 64bit (no CD Drive). After an Windows Update I can't boot anymore. By searching google I found a lot of posts with the same problem, with or without solutions that worked for these people. Unfortunately non worked for me.

Can you please show me how to enable System Protection vy using CMD for C:\ so i can do a System Restore?

Thank you very much for your future efforts!

Best Regards


Vincent

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16 Jan 2013   #2

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What happens if you boot normally? I think you see bios screen. What happens exactly? Error message please
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16 Jan 2013   #3

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There is very very breef blue screen
after that you can elect to restart the computer and the same thing happens again
or to use Staring Help (its in german i dont know what its called exactly in english).
When I elect the second option Startup Repair opens
-> Startuo Repair cannot repair this computer automattically
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16 Jan 2013   #4

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Green18 View Post
Hello.
I Have a Netbook Windosw Home Premium 64bit (no CD Drive). After an Windows Update I can't boot anymore. By searching google I found a lot of posts with the same problem, with or without solutions that worked for these people. Unfortunately non worked for me.

Can you please show me how to enable System Protection vy using CMD for C:\ so i can do a System Restore?

Thank you very much for your future efforts!

Best Regards


Vincent
What happens exactly when you perform "system restore"? Does it list the restore points? What error message if you select the most recent one?

After running startup repair (which can't fix the problem) you can click on "view diagnostics details". click on it. It shows what it did check and the status. Status 0x0 means success...I'm not interested in that. Which checks have another status? So what's the root cause
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16 Jan 2013   #5

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Also boot into Advanced Boot Options
Select "disable automatic restart on system failure" and boot. Now you see the BSOD crash info. What's the stopcode? Any drivers listed?
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16 Jan 2013   #6

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What happens in Sytem Restore:
I have 4 Restore point. All great as far as the date.
But
I have to first enable System Protection for C:\
if i can get that done i should be fine

as far as the statuses:
There is an 0x0 every time. In the end it says: Root cause found: Startup repair hay tried several times but still cannot deremine the cuase of the problem.
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16 Jan 2013   #7

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Green18 View Post
What happens in Sytem Restore:
I have 4 Restore point. All great as far as the date.
But
I have to first enable System Protection for C:\
if i can get that done i should be fine

as far as the statuses:
There is an 0x0 every time. In the end it says: Root cause found: Startup repair hay tried several times but still cannot deremine the cuase of the problem.
If you see the restore points "system protection" is enabled! If it was disabled... all restore points were deleted and not listed. Your problem is not unique. Maybe restore points are corrupt(?)

startup repair checked everything but didn't find root cause. All checks return 0x0 so that check didn't find errors.

From recovery options

Select "command prompt"
Dtermin what is your windows disk so do
Code:
dir  c:
dir  d:
dir e:
What's the drive letter in recovery environment? I assume C in this example
Code:
chkdsk/f  c:
Errors found? Repaired? If repaired... run same command again to be sure all is still fine.
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16 Jan 2013   #8

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Also boot into Advanced Boot Options
Select "disable automatic restart on system failure" and boot. Now you see the BSOD crash info. What's the stopcode? Any drivers listed?
awnser:
STOP: c000021a {fatal system error}
teh inital sessio process or stystem process terminated unexpectedly with status of 0x00000000 (0xc0000001 0x00100980).
The system has been shut down.

Does that help you?
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16 Jan 2013   #9

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I did that (finally a code that worked! xD )

At the very end it says: Failed to transfer logged messages to the event lo with status 50.




Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Green18 View Post
What happens in Sytem Restore:
I have 4 Restore point. All great as far as the date.
But
I have to first enable System Protection for C:\
if i can get that done i should be fine

as far as the statuses:
There is an 0x0 every time. In the end it says: Root cause found: Startup repair hay tried several times but still cannot deremine the cuase of the problem.
If you see the restore points "system protection" is enabled! If it was disabled... all restore points were deleted and not listed. Your problem is not unique. Maybe restore points are corrupt(?)

startup repair checked everything but didn't find root cause. All checks return 0x0 so that check didn't find errors.

From recovery options

Select "command prompt"
Dtermin what is your windows disk so do
Code:
dir  c:
dir  d:
dir e:
What's the drive letter in recovery environment? I assume C in this example
Code:
chkdsk/f  c:
Errors found? Repaired? If repaired... run same command again to be sure all is still fine.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
16 Jan 2013   #10

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chkdsk/f c:

No errors at all? The eventlog message "Failed to transfer logged messages to the event lo with status 50" is quite normal.

No do
Code:
sfc  /scannow  /offbootdir=c:\  /offwindir=c:\windows
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