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Windows 7: BSOD after YouTube, now can't boot pc, ntfs.sys corrupted

16 Nov 2011   #31
Kaktussoft

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I'll try to be available at that time


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16 Nov 2011   #32
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do you have 2 computers at home? One to chat and one which has to be fixed? so I can give you instructions?
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16 Nov 2011   #33
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"Forgot to add. Even though in windows my drives are named C ( windows ssd drive), I and J, and cd drive being E"
=>C is on a seperate SSD. No other partitions on that drive?
=>I and J are partitions on ONE other drive? Or do you have a seperate drive for I and J?
=>where is "system reserved" located?

diskpart
sel disk 0
list part
sel disk 1
list part
sel disk 2
list part
=========
I assume in this example system reserved is first partion on disk0
diskpart
sel disk 0
sel part 0
det partition

is it active?
I assume in this example windowspartition is first partion on disk2
diskpart
sel disk 2
sel part 0
det partition

is it active?
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16 Nov 2011   #34
Anakonda

Win 7 pro 64
 
 

I didn't write down your msn, sorry, can you send it to me via private message please?
I do have a second pc at home
I have three hard drives, one ssd that holds windows and a few commonly used programs, and two 1tb standard hard drives.I did not partition any of them myself, but I think the system might have partitioned some of the ssd for itself.
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16 Nov 2011   #35
Kaktussoft

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private message doesn't work. check your settings. i don't know whisch one
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16 Nov 2011   #36
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anakonda View Post
I didn't write down your msn, sorry, can you send it to me via private message please?
I do have a second pc at home
I have three hard drives, one ssd that holds windows and a few commonly used programs, and two 1tb standard hard drives.I did not partition any of them myself, but I think the system might have partitioned some of the ssd for itself.
Allright from recovery environment
ssd=f
one terrabyte drive=c
other one terrabyte drive=e
===================
system reserved partition is on same drive as C(?) please check and confirm when at home
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16 Nov 2011   #37
Anakonda

Win 7 pro 64
 
 

I will let you know when I'm back home, so you can give me the msn again.

How do I check on which drive the partition is? Because it appears to have it's own letter ( d ), so I dont know how to find that out

Also, thank you so much for your patience and willingness to help, I really appreciate that
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16 Nov 2011   #38
Kaktussoft

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diskpart
sel disk 0
list part
sel disk 1
list part
sel disk 2
list part
======
Now you see which partitions are on each disk. The size will tell you if it's "system reserved" 100MB
sel disk 0
sel part 0
detail part

will give you more info. first select disk then sel partition within that disk. then "detail part" and yoy get a lot of details. For example (in dutch)
DISKPART> sel disk 0
Schijf 0 is nu de geselecteerde schijf.
DISKPART> sel part 2
Partitie 2 is nu de geselecteerde partitie.
DISKPART> det part
Partitie 2
Type : 07
Verborgen: Nee
Actief : Nee
Offset in bytes: 121439780864
Volume ### Ltr Label FS Type Grootte Status Info
---------- --- ----------- ----- ---------- ------- --------- --------
* volume 3 D Data NTFS partitie 352 GB In orde
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16 Nov 2011   #39
Anakonda

Win 7 pro 64
 
 

Im home now, apologies for taking too long, damn traffic.

my msn is kryokinesis AT hotmail DOT com
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16 Nov 2011   #40
Kaktussoft

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I'm at home now hihi
just came in
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