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Windows 7: BSOD after restart, unmountable boot error 0x000000ED

18 Apr 2013   #71
Kaktussoft

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So it suddenly booted in safe mode succesfully or you just didn't wait long enough before? Or did WDO fix some things that made it bootable (don't think so... WDO is still running)

There's also a seatools for windows. And datalifeguard for windows. You can install it in windows if it can boot to safe mode.


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18 Apr 2013   #72
DrPikachu64

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
So it suddenly booted in safe mode succesfully or you just didn't wait long enough before? Or did WDO fix some things that made it bootable (don't think so... WDO is still running)

There's also a seatools for windows. And datalifeguard for windows. You can install it in windows if it can boot to safe mode.
I didn't wait long enough. With these other tasks, it doesn't seem like a good idea to stay in one place for long; otherwise, I'm wasting everyone's time on here staring at the same screen when I could be finding out the model of my hard drive or finishing my backup.

Quick Update: The removal finished, but one of the exploits (CVE-2012-1723) popped up again. I tried having WDO remove it again, but the exploit's status is now "Not Found". A false positive?
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18 Apr 2013   #73
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DrPikachu64 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
It does boot up eventually; it just takes a long time (at least a half hour)=>Why didn't you say that before??!!

Do you have a seagate or western digital disk? run msinfo32 then storage->disks to see the info. Look at "model"

Try booting normally... what error do you get? Or does it take an hour or so to boot? watch the disk light flashing or some animation on screen to see if it's still trying to boot.
Why didn't I say it before? Because the time I checked before the WDO scan was the first time it booted up successfully in Safe Mode.
I'll check with msinfo32, but that'll have to wait; those two threats are still being removed.
Make a backup. Check your memory. Check the disk. Post back tomorrow the results
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18 Apr 2013   #74
DrPikachu64

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Does anyone have the WAIK .iso file handy for Macrium Reflect? I'm trying to download it so I can make a rescue disc, but the download is having trouble finishing before the network times out.

I'd just like to use my browser to download it because the browser can at least store what's downloaded instead of Reflect forcing me to start all over again and again.

Update: Nevermind. Backing up C drive now.
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19 Apr 2013   #75
DrPikachu64

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...Or I WOULD back it up, if I didn't find out that I have to buy the premium edition of Macrium. Now what?

Also, I checked in the device manager and the hard disk is actually of the Hitachi brand: "Hitachi HTS545032B9A300", to be exact.
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19 Apr 2013   #76
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DrPikachu64 View Post
...Or I WOULD back it up, if I didn't find out that I have to buy the premium edition of Macrium. Now what?

Also, I checked in the device manager and the hard disk is actually of the Hitachi brand: "Hitachi HTS545032B9A300", to be exact.
Why backup only C? Post screenshot of disk management and I'll tell you what partitiions are important to backup.

Why do you need premium edition of macrium? macrium reflect free is enough! Be sure to use thw winpe version... it can restore partitions to another spot on disk. Otherwise you can't restore to a smaller disk
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19 Apr 2013   #77
Kaktussoft

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For hitachi

HGST Windows Drive Fitness Test (WinDFT)
WinDFT is a utility that will quickly test your HGST internal and external hard disk drives as well as all single drive G-Technology products. WinDFT will perform read tests without overwriting customer data. WinDFT also has additional utilities if you need to wipe the disk clean of data.

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CD image (2,720 K)
Creates bootable CD for Linux, Windows and other operating systems ( requires CD-RW drive and software).
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Do "short test" first...if no errors do "long test" as well
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19 Apr 2013   #78
DrPikachu64

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Attachment 264758
Here's the image you wanted from the winpe.
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19 Apr 2013   #79
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DrPikachu64 View Post
Attachment 264758
Here's the image you wanted from the winpe.
Do you have a valid product key (just in case you have to reinstall)? It has Certificate Of Authority" on it. Most likely on back of laptop. Or under battery. Machine was bought with win7?
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19 Apr 2013   #80
DrPikachu64

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Yes, I have the Product Key.
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