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Windows 7: BSOD 1033 BCCode:1033 can not boot

17 Oct 2014   #11
gregrocker

 

You need a Win7 DVD provided in Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Boot Step 6, to use for repairs or reinstall.

There is no threat downloading it from Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1 English Official ISO download and then burning to DVD or flash stick using Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool


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17 Oct 2014   #12
Tillysaint

North Carolina
 
 

Will the W7 USB boot tool work on an XP system to create a W7 boot or do I need to find a W7 system to create it then try to boot it on my broken W7 system? Thanks for the help! Tilly Saint
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17 Oct 2014   #13
gregrocker

 

Are you asking if the Win7 Download tool will write the Win7 ISO to stick from XP? As far as I know.

Is there any chance you have a UEFI BIOS? These are very new and require writing the installation media to stick using a special tool. To see if this is the case, boot into BIOS setup and look at Advanced and Boot tabs for any signs of UEFI, CSM, Compatibility modes including in the Boot Priority order.
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18 Oct 2014   #14
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Tillysaint View Post
Thanks. It should be C2! I don't know how C2 became C200. I cute & pasted the event into a .doc.
Really cute, but if the typo had not been there in the OP, it would have been easier to control.

A stop 0xC2 is basically a memory malfunction caused by a driver passing bad info to the memory. What Greg suggested to you will cure any driver/software related issue from the root.

Just to be safe, test your RAM modules with Memtest86+ in order to be sure that the physical RAM is cont causing the issue.
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18 Oct 2014   #15
Tillysaint

North Carolina
 
 

Thanks for the responses & help!!

I had previously checked the memory & disk with the BIOS Tools and had no failures. I don't think I could use executit86+ since I couldn't boot my system. Since we've had this system, I have a habit to look daily at the Event Viewer. A long time ago I've learned that when technology fails completely you've probably had intermittent errors. I've seen no hardware or driver problems.

The good news is that my Windows 7 system is up and running!!!!!

I don't really know what solved the problem! When I started to shot this problem days ago, I began with using the HP recovery tools, the window 7 tools, the SevenForum 18 step " Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start," other vendor tools like EasyBCD/PartionMagic/EasyRE, etc. without success. Success being able to boot something!

When I woke up early this morning, I decided to restart my solution investigation at the very beginning. The first tool I had used was the HP W7 Repair Disk that I created when I bought this HP laptop. HP had recommended that I do this. I didn't expect it to work, I was simply looking for the ability to get Command Prompt. I was pleasantly surprise that it booted and repaired my system!

I guess somewhere in the mixture of things I tried, something fixed the boot problem. I don't know what it was!

Thanks you for all your advice. I sure it helped me but I don't know how!

Regards, Tilly DSaint
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18 Oct 2014   #16
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Tillysaint View Post

The good news is that my Windows 7 system is up and running!!!!!
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Thanks you for all your advice. I sure it helped me but I don't know how!
All is well that ends well. Good to know that your issue is solved.
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