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Windows 7: Problems with my pc. Please help

19 Jan 2015   #1
JioFunny

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Problems with my pc. Please help

My pc isn't working well. Strange things happen all the time and many applications i have and games crash for no reason. I have windows 7 64bit original disk. My pc got the requirments needed for 64 bit of course. Now, i formated my ssd hard drive to try and see what is wrong through ''Startup Repair'' and other recovery tools. I have taken a lot of pictures, so that i can show you the steps i took and the errors that i get.
1. After i opened my pc and inserted the windows disk, restarted it and windows didn't start loading files to begin the instalation. Instead it says: ''Press any key to boot from CD or DVD..'' and if i won't press anything it says: '' Bootmgr is missing'' and stops there. If I'm correct it should start loading files itself, even if i didn't press any key. By the way I've reinstalled windows in the past 3 months like 2 times but i still have the same problems.
2. Here is where i pressed a key and windows started loading files.

3.In the next pictures it's 1 of the strange problems. When windows animation starts, it STOPS before it is completed and moves on to the screen with ''Welcome''. >
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Stops right in the last picture. Never gets completed like the picture below.(Took only this picture from the Internet)
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So after that i went to Repair your computer> recovery tools> Startup repair...got some errors then went to ''Windows memory diagnostic'' got some errors again. And in the end i have all the details from the errors in pictures. Just noticed i can only upload 5 pictures so if you need more tell me and I'll comment below.
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Went also in memory diagnostic tool
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From the last picture i pressed ''View diagnostic and repair details'' i have all details in pictures if you need
the same for ''View advanced options for system recovery and support''




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19 Jan 2015   #2
matts6887

Windows 7 ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Do you have the original installation disc? if so; i would try again to do a startup repair off the disc. If that does not work again; your only choice may be to do a complete 100% reformat of the ssd and then try and run the windows install program off the disc. In theory; completely formatting the ssd should completely erase/delete the partitions on disk and allow you to start over from the beginning. If it does not; then there is a possibility there could be some other underlying issue that is hardware related as in a problem with the electronics etc in your ssd; in which case you might have to dump the old ssd and get something new.
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19 Jan 2015   #3
RolandJS

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

Matt, does the SSD have to be made a primary before it will boot? Or, if more than one partition, there has to be one primary, correct? I haven't used SSD, only platter drives.
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19 Jan 2015   #4
gregrocker

 

Start with a fresh ISO for your licensed version Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1 English Official ISO download burned to disk or stick with the tool provided in Clean Reinstall Windows 7.

If problems still persist then Troubleshoot Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums.
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20 Jan 2015   #5
JioFunny

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

1. I have the original disk.
2. I've done ''Startup Repair'' countless times
3. I've done 100% format ''full format'' as well. Still have the same problems.
4. My motherboard and my cpu are new. Though, i had EXACTLY the same problems even before i buy these 2. SO it means that they work. Now, when i bought my ssd, i also bought an HDD drive 1 tb. I had exactly the same problems. (Sold HDD later)( By the way, i had installed in both hard drives windows 7 seperately.)
So, the only hardware left on my pc, is my 8gb memory RAM, my graphics card N560GTX msi 1GB GDDR5. These are the only options. These are the only things left to think about. I got my graphics card for like 4 years. Been using it at full performance because of playing games. But i have no idea...what happens if 1 of these two have a problem or not...( I don't know the consequences ...if you know what i mean, when i use windows.) It's just that many applications crash or errors pop up....games crash as well. What else happens...when i'm watching a movie using VLC media player...screen gets laggy...sometimes and strange colours appear on the screen and i can't see clearly. Also when playing a specific game ( League of Legends) strange colours pop up that shouldnt.(Rest of the games i play just crash or other things happen) Thank you for your help. Greatly appreciated. If you need any more info tell me. Sorry for any mistakes, English is not my native language. Thank you
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20 Jan 2015   #6
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Have you properly setup the ssd ?

DISKPART : At PC Startup

SSD Alignment

and I would prepare a new install disc, as Greg has suggested.
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20 Jan 2015   #7
JioFunny

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I have tried a new install disk as well...I've been trying to find this problem like a year. As i said i've tried installing windows in my HDD as well. Still the same problems but i have also properly set up my ssd. I went to the shop where i've bought the whole pc actually. Gave it to them to check it. but didnt find anything. The only thing they did was to set up my ssd. The day i posted this thread is where i took my pc back from them. But i still have the same problems and believe it's hardware.I'm planning to borrow a hard drive from someone and check if it's working or not...Hopefully i can do the same with a graph card.
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20 Jan 2015   #8
gregrocker

 

You said you've "formatted" many times but formatting is just a tiny nearly-insignificant step during the Clean Reinstall Windows 7 and is not nearly as important as deleting all partitions to create and then format New.

Thus I would question the install methods. To be sure you're not hindering your own installs, I would start over and follow the steps closely in Clean Reinstall Windows 7, using only the tools and methods given there which we know work perfectly after helping in tens of thousands of these installs.

Let us also help you make this a diagnostic install. To do this, monitor performance after each of these steps: 1) Installing Win7, 2) getting online to Enable hardware auto-updating via Windows Update (Step 3), checking for Updates, installing all Important and Optional Updates, 3) after each restart requested before again Checking for Updates to install the next round, 4) Once no more Updates are offered, check Device Manager for any missing drivers to Import from the PC's Support Downloads webpage, 4) after each Program is installed, 5) after each settings change is made.

If you'll test performance after each of those phases, long enough to be satisfied the problem isn't happening, then you'll be able to pinpoint exactly when the problem happens during install.

If the problem occurs at all times anyway, regardless of above steps, then try running with a boot disk with the hard drive unplugged to eliminate the OS and HD as affecting this issue at all: Peppermint3 - Create Live CD/DVD/USB To Use For Emergency Backup - Windows 7 Forums

If the problem still occurs then test your hardware again using the tests in Troubleshooting Steps for Windows 7, continue with those steps which often uncover the problem and assure you've covered all bases.
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20 Jan 2015   #9
JioFunny

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Thank you very much. I will try these steps...It will be quite hard for me but i will try. If i have any questions i'll post here. I will also post again in a day or two if I found out whats happening. ( Sorry for that ''formatted''..you know)
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20 Jan 2015   #10
gregrocker

 

In addition do you have an EFI BIOS? Reboot and tap the key given on first screen for BIOS setup to look at the Advanced and Boot tabs for any UEFI, EFI, CSM or Legacy BIOS settings.

On Boot tab what is the BIOS Boot Priority order? You can take camera snaps if you want and post back using the paper clip in reply box.

Also have you disconnected all other drives and confirmed the Partition Marked Active before running Startup Repair? This can affect whether it will repair or not. Having a picture of the drive map and listings using Partition Wizard boot disk can normally help us spot a problem if one exists with the configuration. We'd need that with all drives connected.

It's a concern you have no AV since we certainly cannot rule out infection in that case. So I'd test for infection from the first steps in Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start before testing for System file damage if you want to try to repair what you have.

Have you tried the
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