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Windows 7: BSOD after shutting down PC

20 Dec 2015   #1
chriscars18

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 
BSOD after shutting down PC

Yesterday, I shut down my computer and went to bed and woke up to BSOD unmountable blah,blah,blah. I get two options "Launch system repair" and "Start windows normally." None of those options work, neither does hitting f8 and trying to boot any of the safe modes or last known config. I tried to access System Recovery Options and enter CHKDSK in command prompt, but that hangs on CHKDSK is verifying for usn journal... for hours.

If there's no repairable option, I want to back up data if I can. I already have a new hard drive. I do have recovery disks that I made years ago but I haven't tired them just yet.


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20 Dec 2015   #2
Durgarao vundru

Andhra Pradesh
 
 
how to get rid with Bsod

When you get BSOD please follow the steps:

Firstly check whether your hard disk is inserted properly to your laptop or pc
if it is inserted properly then start your pc/laptop and press F8 function key and select Last known Good configuration.

Still your error not rectified,Again press f8 and select Safe mode.

Now your system will start,so the problem is with your Devices.

So if you want to copy the files form your hard-disk just follow the steps:

Just Insert your OS cd or mounted Os usb
Press F12(mostly works) command for loading into boot device
Then select your Boot option either by DVD ROM or USB stick
Now just proceed the steps that appear on the screen
finally when you select the option custom(advanced) you can see list of drives
Now insert your USB stick or external hard disk into USB port
Now select any drive you want to copy the data
After selecting the drive just observe there will be option called Load driver below
Now select the drive where your data is and then copy it and paste in the USB stick you inserted

Thats IT!!!!!!!!!!!!
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20 Dec 2015   #3
chriscars18

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Hi, thank you for taking the time to respond to me.

Can I use blank Dvds instead? I don't have a usb stick. I have one, but it only has like 5 gb of storage and is totally untraceable right now.
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20 Dec 2015   #4
chriscars18

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Durgarao vundru View Post
When you get BSOD please follow the steps:

Firstly check whether your hard disk is inserted properly to your laptop or pc
if it is inserted properly then start your pc/laptop and press F8 function key and select Last known Good configuration.

Still your error not rectified,Again press f8 and select Safe mode.

Now your system will start,so the problem is with your Devices.

So if you want to copy the files form your hard-disk just follow the steps:

Just Insert your OS cd or mounted Os usb
Press F12(mostly works) command for loading into boot device
Then select your Boot option either by DVD ROM or USB stick
Now just proceed the steps that appear on the screen
finally when you select the option custom(advanced) you can see list of drives
Now insert your USB stick or external hard disk into USB port
Now select any drive you want to copy the data
After selecting the drive just observe there will be option called Load driver below
Now select the drive where your data is and then copy it and paste in the USB stick you inserted

Thats IT!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm getting a media tst failure error when I select f12.
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22 Dec 2015   #5
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Hi chris,

Sorry that no one has replied to you sooner I bet most BSOD wizards have been busy with other stuff.

To access BIOS you will need to press F10 upon booting so that you can change the Boot Order.

And I take it that you have your Windows 7 installation disk? If you have it you can try to fix Windows from there.

Did you happen to see what your BSOD error was, usually there is a line with all caps near the top of the screen, this would help us really much in solving your issue!

Cheers!
Boris
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22 Dec 2015   #6
chriscars18

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BorisTheAnimal View Post
Hi chris,

Sorry that no one has replied to you sooner I bet most BSOD wizards have been busy with other stuff.

To access BIOS you will need to press F10 upon booting so that you can change the Boot Order.

And I take it that you have your Windows 7 installation disk? If you have it you can try to fix Windows from there.

Did you happen to see what your BSOD error was, usually there is a line with all caps near the top of the screen, this would help us really much in solving your issue!

Cheers!
Boris
Hi Boris,

I played around with the boot order selecting boot for CD drive and HD drive, and I even disabled LAN, but still got BSOD. The error was unmountable boot volume:


I tried putting the disk in and repairing my computer but it was just scan for hours and hours. Thank you.
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22 Dec 2015   #7
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chriscars18 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BorisTheAnimal View Post
Hi chris,

Sorry that no one has replied to you sooner I bet most BSOD wizards have been busy with other stuff.

To access BIOS you will need to press F10 upon booting so that you can change the Boot Order.

And I take it that you have your Windows 7 installation disk? If you have it you can try to fix Windows from there.

Did you happen to see what your BSOD error was, usually there is a line with all caps near the top of the screen, this would help us really much in solving your issue!

Cheers!
Boris
Hi Boris,

I played around with the boot order selecting boot for CD drive and HD drive, and I even disabled LAN, but still got BSOD. The error was unmountable boot volume:


I tried putting the disk in and repairing my computer but it was just scan for hours and hours. Thank you.
Okay well there are three reasons why you are getting this problem whatever your condition it is and those reasons are:
  1. Boot volume corrupted
  2. Corrupted files of your windows
  3. Hdd got faulty
Boot into System Recovery Options and enter these in command prompt, click enter after each command:


  1. Bootrec /fixmbr
  2. Bootrec /fixboot
  3. Bootrec /rebuildbcd


And do a restart after they all have finished, it might take a while!

Cheers and I hope this will solve your issue!
Boris
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22 Dec 2015   #8
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

You might want to read Troubleshooting stop 0x7B and stop 0xED.
A troubleshooting process written by Arc special for this error
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22 Dec 2015   #9
chriscars18

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BorisTheAnimal View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chriscars18 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BorisTheAnimal View Post
Hi chris,

Sorry that no one has replied to you sooner I bet most BSOD wizards have been busy with other stuff.

To access BIOS you will need to press F10 upon booting so that you can change the Boot Order.

And I take it that you have your Windows 7 installation disk? If you have it you can try to fix Windows from there.

Did you happen to see what your BSOD error was, usually there is a line with all caps near the top of the screen, this would help us really much in solving your issue!

Cheers!
Boris
Hi Boris,

I played around with the boot order selecting boot for CD drive and HD drive, and I even disabled LAN, but still got BSOD. The error was unmountable boot volume:


I tried putting the disk in and repairing my computer but it was just scan for hours and hours. Thank you.
Okay well there are three reasons why you are getting this problem whatever your condition it is and those reasons are:
  1. Boot volume corrupted
  2. Corrupted files of your windows
  3. Hdd got faulty
Boot into System Recovery Options and enter these in command prompt, click enter after each command:


  1. Bootrec /fixmbr
  2. Bootrec /fixboot
  3. Bootrec /rebuildbcd


And do a restart after they all have finished, it might take a while!

Cheers and I hope this will solve your issue!
Boris
That didn't work. Thanks though.
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22 Dec 2015   #10
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chriscars18 View Post
That didn't work. Thanks though.
Alright well have you done this one?

SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

/Boris
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