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Windows 7: BSOD - tried everything, keep getting stuck! Help!

18 Nov 2010   #11

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Windows 10, Home Clean Install

Have stuff that you dont want to lose on the puter?
pics etc.

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18 Nov 2010   #12

Windows 7 64 bit

Yeah I have stuff on it, but I can easily transfer them off by hooking the drive as a slave in another computer... I didn't want to start fresh if i could avoid it, but I am coming up dead with ever idea i get and can find.

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19 Nov 2010   #13

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 10, Home Clean Install

This is what MS says
Below is a bulletin distributed by MS to explain the start up procedure when Windows will not boot. Startup Repair

Problems starting up a PC can be tricky to fix, since Windows hasn’t had a chance to load its arsenal of troubleshooting tools. Some people simply give up and reinstall Windows.
Startup Repair is designed to prevent a time-consuming reinstallation by diagnosing and repairing problems that prevent Windows from booting. Introduced in Windows Vista, Startup Repair is even easier to use because Windows 7 now installs it on your hard drive for you.

Click this bar to view the full image. Click this bar to view the full image. The Startup Repair tool in Windows 7 can help fix problems that prevent Windows from booting up.

Get help Not much more can be done.I think that we tried safe mode
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19 Nov 2010   #14

Windows 7 64 bit

Yeah, just keep coming up with dead ends...
Don't ever remember having a problem like this with 95, 98, or xp - at least not one where I cannot boot at all.
Thanks for all the ideas... Likely give it a few more days (see if anyone else has anything...) then start fresh

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10 Jan 2011   #15

windows vista
Blue screen on 0x80786b58 error on win7-ultimate

Chad, saw your problem and I got the same.
After cleaning my computer dont know what I did and started toget blue screnn with the error 0x80786B58. Went to the same procedure.... tryed to reboot from the earlier valid boot nosucsess at all. what shoul I do... have many importante programs and cant loose it... cant format !
sorry for my english...
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11 Jan 2011   #16

Windows 7 64 bit

Hi Chris,

I dont have much in the way of "good news" for you...
I never managed to get the drive to boot again normally. I found lots of threads and stories out there with ideas on why it wasnt working, but I had a hard time getting the drive to a point where I could even change anything.

I ended up moving anything important to an alternate drive, format, and reinstall windows 7.

Do you have an option like that?

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07 Apr 2011   #17

win xp 32b - win 7 32b - win 7 64b
new motherboard

My case was a new mobo with the original harddisk ->
STOP: 0x0000007B (0x80786B58, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
all the previous didn't do anything,

What did help was the following:
The old settings were looking for a PCIIDE SATA harddisk,
New motherboard worked with AHCI,
So in the bios I could change the sata settings from AHCI to IDE (pciide) and the boot error was gone, and windows 7 booted fully,
but i could not install the new sata drivers.

so I checked if the registry to enable ahci (How to enable AHCI in Windows 7 RC after installation)

the value of start should be 0 not 3(this is disable)

rebooted and changed bios back to ahci.

and now I could continue

For guys where this is not helping nor possible, maybe changing the registry "offline" will help, with the method of trapsdooropen
Windows 7 installation will not recognize any HDDs

good luck
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 BSOD - tried everything, keep getting stuck! Help!

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