|10 Sep 2011||#1|
BSOD Win7Pro64Sp1, Boot ok to Desktop, then BSOD with Driver..,Safe OK
BSOD, Win7Pro64Sp1, boots ok to Desktop, then BSOD with Driver message, too quick to read, Safe Mode OK,
System Recovery, Image Restore, Disk and Memory Diagnostics performed; still crashing.
Zip file attached as requested.
|My System Specs|
|13 Sep 2011||#3|
The system crashes only after I log in. Not before. I have two users, it crashes under both users.
The BSOD displays :"Device Driver attempting to corrupt system...". How can I find/remove the bad driver? I removed all entries in the Startup Folder, same BSOD.
Safe Mode, and Safe, Network works ok. Win7 online does not find solution after I transmit info.
Able to read BSOD screen: timntr.sys
Googled it, : no Acronics listed in Services, Start, services.msc
Problem is Seagate DiscWizard (written by Acronics)
In Safe mode tried to repair/remove DiscWizard, Safe Mode does not allow Remove..
I renamed timntr.sys in c:..Drivers Folder to timntrOLD.sys: Now I cant get into Safe Mode, Still able to get to Command mode.
But C: only shows two files. How do I use Command mode to rename or replace my timntrOLD.sys to timntr.sys to get back to Safe Mode?
Did an image repair to get back to Safe Mode. (Same BSOD)
In Safe Mode attempted to uninstall Seagate DiscWizard: Safe mode doesnt allow uninstall/repair:
Found a tutorial Uninstall and Remove Software in Safe Mode
This allowed me to uninstall offending Acronics/Seagate DiscWizard and fixed my BSOD.
Thanks to sevenforums help.
Thanks for any help.
|My System Specs|
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