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Windows 7: Can't find OS, error 0xc000000f

05 Aug 2014   #31
shadowkrag

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Chkdsk f part1, sorry not enough room single snapshot thank you for your patience.




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05 Aug 2014   #32
shadowkrag

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Chkdsk f, part2
Chdsk c coming up
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05 Aug 2014   #33
shadowkrag

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Sorry forgot attachment


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05 Aug 2014   #34
shadowkrag

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Chkdsk c


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05 Aug 2014   #35
Kaktussoft

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disk 1 part 2 has drive letter F. At least the system does understand it has filesystem 07 so NTFS. It's recovering the stuff now. F is is the win7 partition btw. It's called C in win7 itself.

Same for volume C. C is recovering as well? I mean do you see filenames when doing chkdsk/f ?

C and F are not RAW anymore afterwards? chkdsk/f c and chkdsk/f f don't give errors if you run it a second time?
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05 Aug 2014   #36
Kaktussoft

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please write down all the files recovered on F. I see it are AVG files and league of legends and open office. Write them all down!! I also see nvidia stuff, any idea ... maybe graphics card. ATI ?? anyway... write stuff on paper. after that try to reboot normally

C is RAW... but F was RAW as well. Maybe too RAW. Is that disk really needed in boot process??? It looks like a simple data disk. Please explain.
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05 Aug 2014   #37
Kaktussoft

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Had a unexpected crash due to overheating=>did you fix the overheating problem? That's most likely the cause of the problem
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05 Aug 2014   #38
Kaktussoft

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You posted two camshots of chkdsk/f f ouput. As far as I can see that was all the output. True? If so... no need to write it down.
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05 Aug 2014   #39
shadowkrag

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I did recognise some of the files and I have a camshot of them from ealier to use. I dont know if overheating was the problem but my peripherals would all shut down mouse, keyboard screen but could still see fans, lights were still on inside computer and had to shut it down mutiple times which probably caused the error.
Ran chkdsk again f looks diffrent c is the same.
Not sure if c is needed but I believe I kept everything on the c drive other drives like d was used for games and pictures.
Ill reboot and see if anything is diffrent.


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05 Aug 2014   #40
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First I let you try to recover F (win7 OS disk). So you can boot successfully. Further instructions follow later depending on the results.
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