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Windows 7: Disk Check Accident during BSOD Repair Attempt

07 Oct 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium x86
Disk Check Accident during BSOD Repair Attempt

I have a Lenovo z360 laptop that runs Windows 7 Home Premium x86 on an Intel core i3 processor. When I turned it on last Friday, the Windows logo showed for around 5 minutes then the BSOD flashes. Technical information: UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME 0x000000ED (0x87E0D798, 0xC0000183). I put in a repair disk and chose to use cmd so that I can chkdsk /r C:. After it successfully checked, I decided to also chkdsk D: so I wouldn't need to go past the recovery options menu again. It took around 5 hours before my maid unplugged it while cleaning, so it died while I was eating. I charged it somewhere else when my brother discharged it to use the desktop computer. He said that it said "Deleting index entry from index $0 of ... 25" when it died again. When I booted it again, it still shows the windows logo for 5 minutes but restarts with no blue screen. Any help on what I should do would be very appreciated.

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07 Oct 2012   #2


Have you tried running Disk Check again? I'd try that first.

Then try a few passes of Startup Repair, report back results.

Then if necessary start at the top with these steps for Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Boot since Win7 might not even repair until it is disinfected, if so.
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