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Windows 7: Drivers used during system repair using installation disks?

22 Feb 2011   #1

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Drivers used during system repair using installation disks?

I started my computer using installation disks for a system repair and recovery, that matter is fixed. BSOD occurred (this is the correct forum) while using installation disks and Microsoft believes that I have outdated drivers that have been causing all my BSOD's. Are any drivers being used while installation disks are being used (not on desktop)? If so, what are they?

Also, could this be a hardrive failure if BSOD occurs during system repair?

Thanks in advance,
Eblim

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23 Feb 2011   #2

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