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Windows 7: Image your system with free Macrium

09 Aug 2017   #1971

windows 7 home premium 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
I made it.

There are shortcuts on the desktop and under the start menu. Mostly standard programs, like aomei backupper, aomei partition assistant, eset antivirus, recuva ( file recovery), 7-zip. Dism++ is there ( start it up to find what it does). A couple of things I made, such as nt6repair, and dism gui. Also includes the usual windows recovery options. QTweb Internet browser is there on the taskbar, if you need it.
damn, i feel special and blessed to have access to your creation. thank you sir. so i'll name it "SIW2 boot loader"?

i was afraid to play around with it bc i didn't know what any of the programs did.

can you tell me what nt6repair, and dism gui are? i understand the others.

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11 Aug 2017   #1972

windows 7 home premium 64bit

oh boy, i am getting the critical process died bsod again completely freezing up my 8.1 again. i had used macrium to restore my system to a point before these issues but it is still freezing up every 45 minutes or so. i am guessing i can restore my system to before this was an issue but it won't help because it is a separate issue? i took my pc to a friend last week and just got it back a few days ago. it seems it is back now. as soon as i got it back, i started to use macrium to avoid these kinds of issues but after 3 days or so, it's back. can someone tell me if it's possible to protect from this?
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11 Aug 2017   #1973

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1

It looks like you might have a hardware problem or the laptop might be overheating. Download this Speccy program & install it & you can diagnose a lot of problems.

Speccy - System Information - Free Download
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