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Windows 7: Windows can't startup after keybroad re-plugged

10 Oct 2011   #1
drno

WINDOWS 7 professional 32BIT
 
 
Windows can't startup after keybroad re-plugged

Dear all,

Last weekend, I've re-plugged the keybroad at the machine under turn on status after cleaned, however, cannot start up the Windows afte re-boot.

I've tried to use Startup Repair, System Restore to fix the problem under the System Recovery Option, but, all failed.

I typed dir c: at command prompt, one directory call "Recovery" display only. Windows, Application & all working documents have been moved to driver D and driver X which labled "Boot".
My friend told me that may be I've pressed the F11-Recovery Key but without complete whole recovery process.(Only C:-Boot, D:-Recovery in the hard driver before the problem caused)


Blue screen display the error code as follow,

0X0000007B(0X80786B58, 0XC0000034, 0X00000000, 0X00000000)

and told me may be the hard driver have the problems, but can use command chkdsk/ F to fix the problems, however, the result is also unsuccessfull.

Since without makde the backup, I would like to know what I can do at this status and no need to re-install the whole system?


Please help.





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12 Oct 2011   #2
drno

WINDOWS 7 professional 32BIT
 
 

Does anybody can help me to solve this problem ?
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