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Windows 7: System service exception BSOD playing Starcraft 2

28 May 2015   #81
JTMoney66

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Ok, I now have only the 120GB drive connected. Now whenever I boot normally, I never get to the BSOD screen, I just see "Bootmgr is missing" on a black screen.

I booted from Partition Wizard and took a screenshot of the last step and attached it here. I also took a screenshot of the partition info tab in case it's needed. Thanks.


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28 May 2015   #82
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The 120 GB SSD has the parameters "active, boot and system".

So now the job that you need to do is rebuild MBR. Follow it: How to Rebuild MBR | MiniTool Partition Wizard Tutorial

Let us know the result.
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28 May 2015   #83
JTMoney66

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Ok, I rebuilt the MBR using the partition wizard. I still get Bootmgr is missing when I try to boot.
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28 May 2015   #84
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Last try on the 120 GB SSD: Follow it: Run Startup Repair for three separate times, with restarts after every single run.
Startup Repair: Run three separate times.
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28 May 2015   #85
JTMoney66

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

The first time I ran startup repair, I immediately got the popup "startup repair has found problems in Windows startup options". The second time, the startup repair ran and said "startup repair needs to reboot in order to complete the repairs". I rebooted and ran a 3rd time and it said it could not detect a problem.

Now, I do not see the bootmgr is missing screen, I get to the Windows starting animation screen but after that I get a very brief (<1 sec) BSOD and immediate reboot. But I was able to read that it says process1_initialization_failed.
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28 May 2015   #86
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JTMoney66 View Post
The first time I ran startup repair, I immediately got the popup "startup repair has found problems in Windows startup options". The second time, the startup repair ran and said "startup repair needs to reboot in order to complete the repairs". I rebooted and ran a 3rd time and it said it could not detect a problem.

Now, I do not see the bootmgr is missing screen, I get to the Windows starting animation screen but after that I get a very brief (<1 sec) BSOD and immediate reboot. But I was able to read that it says process1_initialization_failed.
So stop 0x6B BSOD again! I will take it as a confirmation that the SSD is failing.

You need to install windows on another disc, mate.
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28 May 2015   #87
JTMoney66

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Alright. No problem. I guess that's the remaining possibility. Is it possible something is wrong with my motherboard?

I will do a clean install on my new SSD and let you know the results. Thanks.
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28 May 2015   #88
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JTMoney66 View Post
Alright. No problem. I guess that's the remaining possibility. Is it possible something is wrong with my motherboard?

I will do a clean install on my new SSD and let you know the results. Thanks.
Not impossible.

If you want to check, apply another disc on the SATA port to which the 120 GB SSD is connected. If that one also behaves in the same way, there will be a great possibility that the port is not working properly.
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28 May 2015   #89
JTMoney66

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Ok. There are 8 total SATA ports that I have been using on my MB. 6 of them are brown and below them they say like SATA6G_1, SATA6G_2, etc. I assume those are for SATA III devices or 6 GB/s devices. There are 2 SATA ports besides those that are a different color (black) and I believe I have my DVD-ROM and older HDD plugged into them (maybe those are for SATA II). Those 2 ports read SATA3G_E1 and SATA3G_E2.

Attached is an image I found online.

I will try to figure out if it's a bad port or a failing disk.

Thanks.
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28 May 2015   #90
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The black ports (3 GBPS) are JMicron JMB362 ports.

Experiment with that port to which teh 120 GB SSD was connected. Most probably it is the SATA6G_6 to which it is connected.
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