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Windows 7: Blue screen!


18 Feb 2012   #21

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

Already put Windows 7 repair disc And nothing
It says I need the windows installation disc and choose to "repair your computer"


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18 Feb 2012   #22

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

You can download the Windows 7 Ultimate x86 with SP1 ISO from the official site and burn the installation disc to DVD.
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19 Feb 2012   #23

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

Ty!! But I tried to repair and nothing. I tried to install but just come error messages with hard drive
Will try again...
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19 Feb 2012   #24

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

Don't give any chance to install
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19 Feb 2012   #25

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

When I tried install this error appear:

Windows cannot install required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation.
Error code: 0x80070017

I clicked ok and after come:

The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000006)
Click ok to close the application.

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19 Feb 2012   #26

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

Please any help??
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19 Feb 2012   #27

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

When the installation disc starts, type SHIFT + F10. This will bring up a command prompt. In the command prompt, type
chkdsk /r c:
chkdsk /r d:
chkdsk /r e:
chkdsk /r f:
.etc until you get the message that the volume could not be opened for direct access. For any drives that do not give the message:
"Windows has checked the file system and found no problems"
run chkdsk again as above. In other words, if it says:
"Windows has made corrections to the file system"
after running the disk check, run the disk check again.

I realize you may only have one disk show up in Windows explorer, but you may have more than one disk through recovery options/the install disc. This is because the system creates a hidden boot partition (which will be C: in recovery), you may have a recovery partition for your PC that is hidden (which will be D: in recovery), and you will have your primary Windows partition (which may be E: in recovery). A custom PC will likely have at least C: and D: to scan.
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20 Feb 2012   #28

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

I typed chkdsk /r c:
The type of the file system is NTFS

I typed chkdsk /r d:
Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process.
Chkdsk may run if this volume is dismounted first.
ALL OPENED HANDLES TO THIS VOLUME WOULD THEN BE INVALID.
Would you like to force a dismount on this volume? ( Y/N )

I typed chkdsk /r e:
The type of file is NTFS
Space bitmap Descriptor at block 0 is corrupt or unreadable.
Volume GRMCULFRER_EN_DVD is UDF version 1.02.

CHKDSK is verifying ICBs ...
ICB verification completed.
CHKDSK is verifying ICB links ...
ICB link verification completed.
CHKDSK is verifying link counts and parent entries ...
Link count and parent entry verification completed.
CHKDSK is checking system files.
CHKDSK is checking the directory tree for cycles.
CHKDSK is identifying lost files.
Lost file identification completed.
CHKDSK is verifying object size for ICBs with alternate data streams ...
ICB object size verification completed.
Creating new space Bitmap Descriptor at block 1310.
Windows found problems with the file system that could not be corrected.

x: \sources>

I typed chkdsk /r f:
Cannot open volume for direct access.


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20 Feb 2012   #29

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

Alright, in the command prompt opened by SHIFT + F10, type
diskpart
list volume
post what your volumes are on the disk.

In case it takes a while for me to get back to you: If the first volume says System and the second says Recovery or something similar, then the e: volume is your Windows partition and there are unrecoverable sectors on it. This means the hard disk is failing and that is why you are unable to repair Windows.

Also, to run disk check on D:, you can force a dismount by typing Y. It won't hurt anything.

What was the outcome of C: ? Was that as far as it got was saying what file system existed?



You should backup any important data using the steps described in Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console. If those do not work, then do the following steps instead to backup your data.



To backup via the Windows 7 installation disc, start the Windows installation with your external drive plugged in and do the following steps.
  1. Press Shift + F10 when the installer loads.
  2. Search for the drive with the Windows directory on it. Type the following commands into the prompt:
    • C:
    • dir
    • D:
    • dir
    • e:
    • dir
  3. etc. until you see Windows toward the bottom of what is listed by dir.
  4. Mark down the drive letter that has Windows on it.
  5. Find the external drive using the same drive letter, dir procedure (you may get the message The device is not ready for drives that do not exist)
  6. Once you find the external drive layout you are familiar with, you can back up your files using the following commands (in my commands, I assume the Windows drive is C: and the backup external drive is F:, so use the appropriate drive letters for your case).
    • robocopy /s /r:5 /w:0 /xo /xj C:\folderNameToBackup F:\backupFolderName
    If you only want to back up a subdirectory, use
    • robocopy /s /r:5 /w:0 /xo /xj C:\topFolder\folderNameToBackup F:\backupFolderName
  7. In the above, folderNameToBackup is the name of the folder you want to make a backup of. backupFolderName is the name you want to use for the backup. For example, if I want to backup the whole users folder, I would use:
    • robocopy /s /r:5 /w:0 /xo /xj C:\Users F:\backupUsers
    or to backup just my user
    • robocopy /s /r:5 /w:0 /xo /xj C:\Users\Mike F:\backupUsers\Mike
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20 Feb 2012   #30

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

typed diskpart

Microsoft Diskpart version 6.1.7601
Copyright (C) 1999-2008 Microsoft Corporation.
On computer: MINWINPC

Diskpart> list volume

Volume ### Ltr Label Fs Type Size Status Info
volume 0 E GRMCULFRER_ UDF DVD-ROM 2444MB Healthy
volume 1 C System Rese NTFS Partition 100MB Healthy
volume 2 D NTFS Partition 931GB Healthy

Diskpart>
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