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Windows 7: 4th or 6th BlueScreen, same boot file corrupting :(

01 Jul 2011   #1
spy4561

Windows 7 64 Bit
 
 
4th or 6th BlueScreen, same boot file corrupting :(

So I got my PC about a week or two ago, worked fine, up until about 4 days ago, which I got my first BlueScreen, didn't know what to do, so I did a System Restore, happened again earlier today, fixed it, now it happened again just a few minutes ago!!!!!!!

Its the same F*cking file that gets corrupt, ci.dll ( or something like that ) anyway, so before to fix the problem I ran " sfc /scannow " in the command prompt & that fixed it, but now if its going to keep doing this, I want a permnment solution, I was wondering, could I take that boot file from another Windows 7 64bit computer and put it into mine? Or could I update to Windows 7 Service Pack 1? Would that fix the problem?

I'll rep you if you help me!

Thanks.


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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01 Jul 2011   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spy4561 View Post
So I got my PC about a week or two ago, worked fine, up until about 4 days ago, which I got my first BlueScreen, didn't know what to do, so I did a System Restore, happened again earlier today, fixed it, now it happened again just a few minutes ago!!!!!!!

Its the same F*cking file that gets corrupt, ci.dll ( or something like that ) anyway, so before to fix the problem I ran " sfc /scannow " in the command prompt & that fixed it, but now if its going to keep doing this, I want a permnment solution, I was wondering, could I take that boot file from another Windows 7 64bit computer and put it into mine? Or could I update to Windows 7 Service Pack 1? Would that fix the problem?

I'll rep you if you help me!

Thanks.
Both of your threads appear to be about the same subject. You will get more support when you dont dual post.

If SFC fixed it then something on your system is corrupting it. Have you ran a malware app like malwarebytes?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Jul 2011   #3
spy4561

Windows 7 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spy4561 View Post
So I got my PC about a week or two ago, worked fine, up until about 4 days ago, which I got my first BlueScreen, didn't know what to do, so I did a System Restore, happened again earlier today, fixed it, now it happened again just a few minutes ago!!!!!!!

Its the same F*cking file that gets corrupt, ci.dll ( or something like that ) anyway, so before to fix the problem I ran " sfc /scannow " in the command prompt & that fixed it, but now if its going to keep doing this, I want a permnment solution, I was wondering, could I take that boot file from another Windows 7 64bit computer and put it into mine? Or could I update to Windows 7 Service Pack 1? Would that fix the problem?

I'll rep you if you help me!

Thanks.
Both of your threads appear to be about the same subject. You will get more support when you dont dual post.

If SFC fixed it then something on your system is corrupting it. Have you ran a malware app like malwarebytes?
Ohh sorry about that. Anyway yes I have malwarebytes, but recently I did remove a ' Google redirect virus' not sure if that corrupted anything
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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02 Jul 2011   #4
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spy4561 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spy4561 View Post
So I got my PC about a week or two ago, worked fine, up until about 4 days ago, which I got my first BlueScreen, didn't know what to do, so I did a System Restore, happened again earlier today, fixed it, now it happened again just a few minutes ago!!!!!!!

Its the same F*cking file that gets corrupt, ci.dll ( or something like that ) anyway, so before to fix the problem I ran " sfc /scannow " in the command prompt & that fixed it, but now if its going to keep doing this, I want a permnment solution, I was wondering, could I take that boot file from another Windows 7 64bit computer and put it into mine? Or could I update to Windows 7 Service Pack 1? Would that fix the problem?

I'll rep you if you help me!

Thanks.
Both of your threads appear to be about the same subject. You will get more support when you dont dual post.

If SFC fixed it then something on your system is corrupting it. Have you ran a malware app like malwarebytes?
Ohh sorry about that. Anyway yes I have malwarebytes, but recently I did remove a ' Google redirect virus' not sure if that corrupted anything
Did you run it lately? Redirect can sometimes be persistent.
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