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Windows 7: Burnt out from error error error! Time to go back to Paper.

01 Sep 2014   #11
ICIT2LOL

Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10
 
 

Ok lets see what comes up with Anaks suggestion.
The Kaspersky message is just one that is requesting what you want to do - that is do you want to go ahead if you choose ok go ahead it should just boot to the Kaspersky screen and run the scan.

If it isn't booting the disk then there is something very wrong.

For example if you were to try this and it didn't boot to Ubuntu then the machine is very ill.

BOOTABLEUBUNTU

Makea bootable Ubuntu disk http://www.ubuntu.com/download

Setthe BIOS to boot from the optical when the machine boots it will show you ascreen with TRY or INSTALL > select TRY. You can of course remove the hard drive and any otherdrives when doing this as if the optical alone is the only drive left in themachine then the BIOS will only find it to boot from.

Whenit is finished - it takes very little time you will get a screen like in thepic .

Openthe drive you want > User and dig down until you get to the data / settingsyou may be able to copy / paste the material you want to an external source orother installed drive doing this.

Iam not sure if it will but I have recovered tons of data etc using this methodboth on "dead" or just plain drives that you cannot get data fromusing Windows.
If the thing does not go to the screen in the pic after following my info either it could be the optical drive is bricked or the machine like I said is very sick.

In any case the Ubuntu if nothing else will allow you to retain data as in my ditty.




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01 Sep 2014   #12
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
OK Anak. I did what you asked. F8 and choose Safe Mode.
It said Loading Windows Files. They loaded and then it went to the BSOD.
I tried it 4 x.
Not to be harsh on you Elljay, but you need to be specific.

Did you boot just into Safe Mode or Safe Mode using Last Known Configuration??
Oh - Sorry Anak. I used the arrows to go to last Known Good Configuration (advanced)
and pressed Enter.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Sep 2014   #13
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ICit2lol View Post
Ok lets see what comes up with Anaks suggestion.
The Kaspersky message is just one that is requesting what you want to do - that is do you want to go ahead if you choose ok go ahead it should just boot to the Kaspersky screen and run the scan.

If it isn't booting the disk then there is something very wrong.

For example if you were to try this and it didn't boot to Ubuntu then the machine is very ill.

BOOTABLEUBUNTU

Makea bootable Ubuntu disk http://www.ubuntu.com/download

Setthe BIOS to boot from the optical when the machine boots it will show you ascreen with TRY or INSTALL > select TRY. You can of course remove the hard drive and any otherdrives when doing this as if the optical alone is the only drive left in themachine then the BIOS will only find it to boot from.

Whenit is finished - it takes very little time you will get a screen like in thepic .

Openthe drive you want > User and dig down until you get to the data / settingsyou may be able to copy / paste the material you want to an external source orother installed drive doing this.

Iam not sure if it will but I have recovered tons of data etc using this methodboth on "dead" or just plain drives that you cannot get data fromusing Windows.
If the thing does not go to the screen in the pic after following my info either it could be the optical drive is bricked or the machine like I said is very sick.

In any case the Ubuntu if nothing else will allow you to retain data as in my ditty.
Hi ICit2lol. Ok. What size disc do I need?
I am not sure why I am doing this though. Is it to rescue my files?
If this is the case, I already did that. I made a Lucid Puppy CD. It booted.
(I followed jamanji's Tutorial.)
I mounted my C:drive and I was able to rescue all of my data.
Or is this just a test?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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01 Sep 2014   #14
Anak

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
 
 

Maybe I'm missing something, but why do you want to run the kaspersky disk? From my understanding it is only used to recover from a virus attack. Is that what started all this Elljay?

Any good quality recordable CD should be okay for recording. That may be the problem why your system repair disk isn't working properly you have a bad disk, and no you can't really tell by looking at them.

Here's the procedure to "factory restore" your machine, scroll 'bout a third of the way down here: Performing an HP System Recovery (Windows 7) | HP® Support
Quote:
Recovery from the startup screen (during system boot)

If Windows 7 does not open correctly, perform the following steps to recover the computer:

NOTE:If the recovery partition on the hard disk drive is not functioning correctly, this method does not work and an error message appears. If an error message indicates that System Recovery cannot be run from the startup screen, a set of recovery discs is needed to perform a system recovery. Follow the instructions listed in the section Recovery from recovery discs .
  • Turn off the computer.
  • Disconnect all connected devices and cables such as Personal Media Drives, USB drives, printers, and faxes. Remove media from internal drives, and remove any recently added internal hardware. Do not disconnect the monitor, keyboard, mouse, or power cord.
  • Turn on the computer and repeatedly press the F11 key, about once every second, until Recovery Manager opens.
Have you tried to use F11? When you do, start tapping or pressing immediately as you turn on your machine.

I'd sure like to see a pix of your disk management, but since you can't boot into Windows normally or with safe mode, that's out.
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01 Sep 2014   #15
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ICit2lol View Post
Ok lets see what comes up with Anaks suggestion.
The Kaspersky message is just one that is requesting what you want to do - that is do you want to go ahead if you choose ok go ahead it should just boot to the Kaspersky screen and run the scan.

If it isn't booting the disk then there is something very wrong.

For example if you were to try this and it didn't boot to Ubuntu then the machine is very ill.

BOOTABLEUBUNTU

Makea bootable Ubuntu disk http://www.ubuntu.com/download

Setthe BIOS to boot from the optical when the machine boots it will show you ascreen with TRY or INSTALL > select TRY. You can of course remove the hard drive and any otherdrives when doing this as if the optical alone is the only drive left in themachine then the BIOS will only find it to boot from.

Whenit is finished - it takes very little time you will get a screen like in thepic .

Openthe drive you want > User and dig down until you get to the data / settingsyou may be able to copy / paste the material you want to an external source orother installed drive doing this.

Iam not sure if it will but I have recovered tons of data etc using this methodboth on "dead" or just plain drives that you cannot get data fromusing Windows.
If the thing does not go to the screen in the pic after following my info either it could be the optical drive is bricked or the machine like I said is very sick.

In any case the Ubuntu if nothing else will allow you to retain data as in my ditty.
Hi ICit2lol. Ok. What size disc do I need?
I am not sure why I am doing this though. Is it to rescue my files?
If this is the case, I already did that. I made a Lucid Puppy CD. It booted.
(I followed jamanji's Tutorial.)
I mounted my C:drive and I was able to rescue all of my data.
Or is this just a test?
OK ICit2lol. I experimented. CD-R was too small.
So I made a DVD.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Sep 2014   #16
Anak

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
 
 

Have you considered trying the F11 procedure?

Read the link in my last post, if the recovery screen does open follow the instructions after:

Quote:
Recovery from the startup screen (during system boot)If Windows 7 does not open correctly, perform the following steps to recover the computer:
'bout a third of the way down start with step #4.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Sep 2014   #17
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ICit2lol View Post
Ok lets see what comes up with Anaks suggestion.
The Kaspersky message is just one that is requesting what you want to do - that is do you want to go ahead if you choose ok go ahead it should just boot to the Kaspersky screen and run the scan.

If it isn't booting the disk then there is something very wrong.

For example if you were to try this and it didn't boot to Ubuntu then the machine is very ill.

BOOTABLEUBUNTU

Makea bootable Ubuntu disk http://www.ubuntu.com/download

Setthe BIOS to boot from the optical when the machine boots it will show you ascreen with TRY or INSTALL > select TRY. You can of course remove the hard drive and any otherdrives when doing this as if the optical alone is the only drive left in themachine then the BIOS will only find it to boot from.

Whenit is finished - it takes very little time you will get a screen like in thepic .

Openthe drive you want > User and dig down until you get to the data / settingsyou may be able to copy / paste the material you want to an external source orother installed drive doing this.

Iam not sure if it will but I have recovered tons of data etc using this methodboth on "dead" or just plain drives that you cannot get data fromusing Windows.
If the thing does not go to the screen in the pic after following my info either it could be the optical drive is bricked or the machine like I said is very sick.

In any case the Ubuntu if nothing else will allow you to retain data as in my ditty.
Hi ICit2lol. Ok. What size disc do I need?
I am not sure why I am doing this though. Is it to rescue my files?
If this is the case, I already did that. I made a Lucid Puppy CD. It booted.
(I followed jamanji's Tutorial.)
I mounted my C:drive and I was able to rescue all of my data.
Or is this just a test?
OK ICit2lol. I experimented. CD-R was too small.
So I made a DVD.
Ok. I ran the disc. The disc does eventually go to the window where I can pick TRY
Before it got there... It goes to a whole list of ' items' (locales?)
( for lack of a better word)
SAYING> OK OK OK . In this long list, they all say OK except one of them.
It says Restore Sound Card State.....FAIL In red.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Sep 2014   #18
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post

Hi ICit2lol. Ok. What size disc do I need?
I am not sure why I am doing this though. Is it to rescue my files?
If this is the case, I already did that. I made a Lucid Puppy CD. It booted.
(I followed jamanji's Tutorial.)
I mounted my C:drive and I was able to rescue all of my data.
Or is this just a test?
OK ICit2lol. I experimented. CD-R was too small.
So I made a DVD.
Ok. I ran the disc. The disc does eventually go to the window where I can pick TRY
Before it got there... It goes to a whole list of ' items' (locales?)
( for lack of a better word)
SAYING> OK OK OK . In this long list, they all say OK except one of them.
It says Restore Sound Card State.....FAIL In red.
I took some photos with my camera. Not that helps. lol.


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01 Sep 2014   #19
Anak

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
 
 

At this point the red fail sound card state isn't that critical, well, it is, but it isn't. I can explain later if needed.

What I find interesting is the 2nd screen shot near the bottom under switching; That says if you want to change applications, press alt+tab, and it opens the accessibility menu.

Maybe from there you could access the factory restore?

Do you have the capability to open a Command window?
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01 Sep 2014   #20
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
Maybe I'm missing something, but why do you want to run the kaspersky disk? From my understanding it is only used to recover from a virus attack. Is that what started all this Elljay?

Any good quality recordable CD should be okay for recording. That may be the problem why your system repair disk isn't working properly you have a bad disk, and no you can't really tell by looking at them.

Here's the procedure to "factory restore" your machine, scroll 'bout a third of the way down here: Performing an HP System Recovery (Windows 7) | HP® Support
Quote:
Recovery from the startup screen (during system boot)

If Windows 7 does not open correctly, perform the following steps to recover the computer:

NOTE:If the recovery partition on the hard disk drive is not functioning correctly, this method does not work and an error message appears. If an error message indicates that System Recovery cannot be run from the startup screen, a set of recovery discs is needed to perform a system recovery. Follow the instructions listed in the section Recovery from recovery discs .
  • Turn off the computer.
  • Disconnect all connected devices and cables such as Personal Media Drives, USB drives, printers, and faxes. Remove media from internal drives, and remove any recently added internal hardware. Do not disconnect the monitor, keyboard, mouse, or power cord.
  • Turn on the computer and repeatedly press the F11 key, about once every second, until Recovery Manager opens.
Have you tried to use F11? When you do, start tapping or pressing immediately as you turn on your machine.

I'd sure like to see a pix of your disk management, but since you can't boot into Windows normally or with safe mode, that's out.
Hi Anak. To answer your question about running the Kaspersky Disc. It is because I was reading a Tutorial about Reinstalling Windows 7. It said before doing so, one could try to run Kaspersky and see if it can quarintine enough viruses to then be able to boot into windows and essentially fix the problem.
(at least that is what I thought it said. My brain's getting fried. lol.)
I am getting all confused now because I've read so many, but I think it was gregrocker's.
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