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Windows 7: BSOD on system boot, cant reach login. cng.sys

28 Sep 2015   #11
wildozer

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Here is a link to the file you asked for, but it was just over the 8mb forum limit so I have to send you to an external download.
Mega File Upload - CbsPersist_20150821095015.zip

Will.


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30 Sep 2015   #12
NoelDP

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Win 7 x64 Home Premium (and x86 VirtualBox VM)/Win10
 
 

The only error there appears to be a transient one - Windows appears to have been attempting to conduct two installs at once, so the second got terminated.
The update involved is KB3080149

There's no SFC data there - and the log runs from 14/8 to 20/8, as expected.

Looking back at the CBS.log, three's no data in it after the 8th Sept?

Do you have any more recent files in the CBS folder?
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01 Oct 2015   #13
wildozer

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Hey Noel.

I posted all of the files in the cbs folder earlier at this link
Mega File Upload - Log Files.rar

I'm really just kind of fed up with all this though, it's been too long. What is the fastest way for me to recover my important files off the current harddrive? I'm willing to reinstall windows fresh and also to buy a new harddrive if need be. Am I able to reinstall windows without overwriting my data? I think it may have been installed on drive D (a partition on my single harddrive maybe? I really dont know too much).

Thanks,
Will.
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01 Oct 2015   #14
NoelDP

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Hi
You started this thread around a week ago - around the 23rd September.
There is no data in your CBS upload that is later than the 8th September.
What happened in the intervening two+ weeks?
It's that data I need
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07 Oct 2015   #15
wildozer

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

::UPDATE FOR ANYONE WHO SEES THIS THREAD I FUTURE::
So I couldn't find any of the files you were looking for Noel but thanks for your help up until this point.

In the end I downloaded a USB bootable mini XP (it was part of Hiren's) and was able to boot up into that. From there I simply copied my important files off the hard drive in the computer onto an external USB hard drive.

After I had what I wanted I reinserted my Windows 7 CD and just did a new install. What happened next made me realise the whole USB OS thing was kind of pointless as well though. When I reinstalled windows, I didn't format my drive and just continued on with the install. The Windows installer was nice enough to recognise the old broken installation and put it all into a folder called Windows.old and then proceed with the fresh install.

So here I am on a fresh windows 7 install with access to my old files and folders in the Windows.old folder (as well as on the portable hard drive I made earlier). I wish I had have known it was this simple 3 weeks ago instead of dicking around trying to "Fix the BSOD" while having a useless tower in my room.

That's not to say I don't appreciate the help that was offered on this forum. Thankyou. But I think the above method(s) could save a lot of people some trouble in future as they are fairly straight forward.

Thanks again
Will
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07 Oct 2015   #16
NoelDP

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Glad you seem to have got yourself sorted!

Good luck.
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