Quote: Originally Posted by rayvis
I restarted my computer a little while ago and check disk wanted to run. I was out of the room when it happened to I didn't get to hit a key to cancel it. But after it got done and restarted again, I got the BSOD during startup.
Then I tried to start in safe mode and that also gave me the BSOD. I then put in my Windows 7 DVD under the assumption that I may be able to repair it, but when it finished loading Windows Files, I got the BSOD again.
The thing is though, that it was working fine before it ran Check Disk. I was working with Visual Studio 2008, then restarted and it decided that it would start going crazy with BSOD.
Anyone had this happen or know how I could fix the problem an boot back into Windows?
A friend of mine experience a similar problem, but with Vista. I'm probably not the best person to answer this, as much of my PC skizzles come from lots of reasoning and logic rather than actual knowledge about what things are going on behind the scenes :P. Is there anyway you could show us the error code you are getting? Its possible it might be a memory failure rather than a hard drive failure, since its even letting you load into the Windows 7 DVD, which as far as I know doesn't load anything onto your hard drive, only memory(or at least it works this way for Ubuntu...).
Get us the error code and I'm sure someone here will be able to help