|10 Sep 2011||#1|
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Code 0xc0000428! Now "short Bluescreen"
I've got a problem. My Computer crashed after downloading a software.
Info: Windows cannot verify the digital signature for this file
Ok, then i read on a website that i can solve the problem with following petitions from the Win 7 Setup Disc prompt.
Whereby "Fixboot" didn't work, because an error message said that no data medium were found.
BUT after that the error message with the "Ci.dll" appeared.
And at that moment, a "short Bluescreen" (maybe a half second long, i could'nt read what's the message) appeared and my Computer restarted, and restarted and so it went on.
I checked my RAM und HDD with the "UBCD System" - both passed with no errors.
I also made a "Disc Wiping", also "Passed with nonfatal Errors". (ok under that message there stand something with "Error: /dev/svd crash") .....
I scaned my Computer with the "Avira Rescue System", and deleted all Viruses.
My problem is, that i cannot reinstall Windows 7, because i cannot take an data medium. It said me, that no data medium were found.
Sorry for my bad english, i hope you can understand my problem.
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|18 Sep 2011||#3|
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i dont know or this problem is still up to date, but if so:
on startup when you get the choice between starting windows 7 normally and the disc checker, you should stand on ''Start windows 7 normally'' and then hit F8, after that go all the way down, and hit: ''boot without driver signature'' and it should work fine
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