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Windows 7: BSOD, Crashes after the 'Starting windows' logo, Error 0x000000F4

11 Apr 2013   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
BSOD, Crashes after the 'Starting windows' logo, Error 0x000000F4

Hello, Here's the full story,
On Tuesday 9 April i was running Toolwiz Timefreeze (A program that freeze your computer and doesn't save anything while its running its more like a portable DeepFreeze) So while i was running it a windows update came up, so i said it won't be saved, but when i rebooted my computer to discard changes, The computer started So Sloooooow, but i didn't care much, i said its just some temporary problem, and then another updates appeared so i installed it and rebooted and Puff'' I can't go into windows,, A BSOD appears after the ''Starting windows'' Logo and after the mouse cursor appears
this is the BSOD :
this is the memory dump file it creates : (I could't find minidump, I'm sorry, I compressed the Full dump to 95Mo After it was 300Mo)
The repairing tool Doesn't do a thing, And i can't even get to safe mode, i get stuck at aswrvrt.sys, and then the BSOD appears again, here is a screenshot :
I had two restore points, but both of them were giving me an error, idk why, and after i runned ''Chkdsk -f '', the restore points disappeared
Please Help, I tried everything and still can't even into safe mode , i hope someone among you know the solution of my problem, I'm using a bootbale linux right now,,,

My System SpecsSystem Spec
11 Apr 2013   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit & Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit

Hi BassGaz

The F4 BSOD is a hardware issue mainly hard drive .

The aswRvrt.sys has to do with your Avast Antivirus .

Let's see if we could uninstall Avast in Safe Mode with Command Prompt . While the PC is booting up tap on the F8 key . Once you get to the Advanced Boot Options menu screen choose Safe Mode with Command Prompt and press [ENTER] . Log in once the command prompt window comes up input these commands

wmic product name

Press [ENTER]

Note   Note
will take a while to generate a list of applications installed on your PC

Once the list has completing generating type in

product where name="Input the name of the application here" call uninstall

Press [ENTER] then Press Y on your keyboard and the program will uninstall .

IF possible upload your dmp file using the link below
Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions
My System SpecsSystem Spec
12 Apr 2013   #3

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1, 64 bit

Sorry But i can't even go into safe mode with command prompt, none of the F8 list work , Also don't have minidump files for some reason, i only have Full memory dump which i have Upload it at Skydrive at this link, Please check it out :
My System SpecsSystem Spec

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