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Windows 7: BSOD on start up, Error 0x0000007B

02 Nov 2012   #21
doiob

 
 

Ok got the cmd line to work this is what dir avg* gave me

AVGIDSDriver.sys
AVGIDSEH.sys
AVGIDSDFilter.sys
avgldx64.sys
avgmfx64.sys
avgrkx64.sys
avgtdia.sys


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02 Nov 2012   #22
doiob

 
 

dir/ah avg* found nothing
dir/as avg* also found nothing

C: defiantly is my windows volume. Not sure why it wasnt working but once i started running it directly of my computer it worked.
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02 Nov 2012   #23
Kaktussoft

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while still in c:\windows\system32\drivers do:

Code:
md  avgsave
move  avg*.*  avgsave
Did it move all files starting with avg to new folder avgsave? If so reboot normally and tell me what happens. Ignore avg errors. If boot succesfully uninstall avg. post results
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02 Nov 2012   #24
Kaktussoft

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After everyting is working fine and AVG uninstallation succeeds succesfully, try to reboot. All still fine? Then delete folder c:\windows\system32\drivers\avgsave
I think the rootkit remover tried to fix avg... but did it wrong
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02 Nov 2012   #25
doiob

 
 

Unfortunately that did not solve the issue. It now blue screens on CLASSPNP.SYS still under system 32 drivers. Damn i thought that would work too!
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02 Nov 2012   #26
doiob

 
 

Im thinking about trying bootrec /fixmbr and bootrec /fixboot because they seemed to work for some one else who was having issues with CLASSPNP.sys. I cant see this making anything worse should i give it a shot?
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02 Nov 2012   #27
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by doiob View Post
Unfortunately that did not solve the issue. It now blue screens on CLASSPNP.SYS still under system 32 drivers. Damn i thought that would work too!
that's further in the boot process as earlier? What bsod now? Any sys or dll listed?

Don't stress i gonna fix it!

CLASSPNP.SYS isn't the error.. that's just the last driver loaded
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02 Nov 2012   #28
Kaktussoft

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Which folders are on your system? Again check it on C drive
  1. C:\Program Files\AVG - This is also named C:\Program files(x86)\AVG when you have a 64bit operating system
  2. C:\ProgramData\AVG8
  3. C:\ProgramData\AVG9
  4. C:\ProgramData\AVG10
Which ones do you have?
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02 Nov 2012   #29
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by doiob View Post
Im thinking about trying bootrec /fixmbr and bootrec /fixboot because they seemed to work for some one else who was having issues with CLASSPNP.sys. I cant see this making anything worse should i give it a shot?
fixmbr just writes a new master boot record to physical disk. Not the problem here.
fixboot fixes the volume bootrecord. Totally useless to repair now.

Anyway you did a startup repair already... that does all the fixes for you.

It doesn't make things worse, that's true
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02 Nov 2012   #30
doiob

 
 

OK! In Program files x86 i have AVG and AVG Secure Search. In ProgramData i have AVG2012 and AVG Secure Search. I will now look to see if the bsod has changed
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