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Windows 7: can't start loading FVNEA is compressed

15 Aug 2011   #1
gLarc

32bit
 
 
can't start loading FVNEA is compressed

hi, my problem was started because my brother did a disk clean up on System's drive,
and when i try booting my computer,
when

"Verifyng DMI pool,"

sadly, some warning appeared

"FVNEA is compressed"
"Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart"

even,i can't booting my Windows from Installation DVD.

"Verifyng DMI pool"
"Booting from CD..."
and the FVNEA warning was appeared again.

any solution, i even can't boot Safe mode or DOS command prompt


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17 Aug 2011   #2
Bumpkin

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
not much help,

Looks like you are not getting any help from the experts... and I'm no expert.

Take a look at Computer stops at verifying dmi pool data....

Try removing the cable from your DVD drive and see if it boots from the hard drive.
If that does not work, connect the DVD and remove the cable from the hard drive, set Bios to boot from the DVD and try booting from the W7 install disk. You might have a hardware error.

Is there any chance your brother compressed your C: drive?
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