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Windows 7: Windows 7 - no run, no repair, no install

09 Feb 2014   #1
Gaderas

Windows 7 Home x64
 
 
Windows 7 - no run, no repair, no install

Hello.

I have problem which came out of nowhere. Just yesterday everything was working fine, today I switched on my computer and I was directed to the Windows EMS recovery system. These are the things I've managed to find out so far:

-You cannot bypass the Windows 7 EMS (there isn't even a safe mode)

-I cannot repair automatically, because the EMS setup does not an operating system..

-However when I press "Load drives", I can navigate through my hard disk easily, although I do not know what drivers I need to find.

-I used the bootrec command; it does find Windows installed, but it cannot repair, because it write "Cannot find specified path", although it did find Windows installed

- I ran Windows Memory Diagnostics, but it passed the test a few times, so no problems with my RAM I guess.

- Switched the eSATA in bios OFF/ON, does no change a thing

- I cannot install a new copy of windows, because of the error code: 0xC0000005

Anyone has an idea what might be the problem?


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09 Feb 2014   #2
marsmimar

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Hello Gaderas and welcome to Seven Forums. Sorry to hear you're having these problems. Have you tried booting your computer using a System Repair Disc?

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Couple of other troubleshooting guides prepared by one of the Forum experts:

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