Unable to Boot Up Windows 7 Acer 7750g laptop, leads to BSOD


  1. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 64 bit
       #1

    Unable to Boot Up Windows 7 Acer 7750g laptop, leads to BSOD


    I need help.
    My laptop was working fine earlier. I turned it off, went to go do something else, and then came back and turned it on again.
    The computer boots up to the windows 7 logo and then it just stays there. After a while, the computer blue screens to an unmountable boot volume error. After rebooting, I am greeted with two options. Launch windows normally or Launch startup repair. If I launch windows normally, it just does the whole error thing again. If I launch start up repair, it "loads windows files" and the leads to a black screen with no cursor.

    Then, I rebooted the computer while pressing F8 which gave me many options. I thought the cause of the problem was the new drivers I installed(which were leshcat unifl drivers). So, I attempt to boot into Safe Mode. Unfortuanately, this also leads me to a blue screen(after freezing at a something/driver). I tried the repair the computer option, but that leads me to a black screen with no cursor.

    The laptop came with no CDs so I don't have any windows 7 home cds.
    I also modded the bios(insydehd 7750g for switchable graphics) around two weeks back for the drivers. Everything was working fine for those two weeks and then I am hit with this.

    If it helps, I also sometimes had a blue screen after some start ups few days back, but I would always be able to start back up normally, now I can't.


    Please help, I think I may be out of options.
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  2. Posts : 1,454
    Windows 7 ultimate x64
       #2

    Start first by resetting you bios to fail safe default .. then check to see if you are able to boot.
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  3. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #3

    centaur78 said:
    Start first by resetting you bios to fail safe default .. then check to see if you are able to boot.
    Loaded the Bios, used the default settings key and saved(if that's what you were talking about). The problem still persists.
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  4. Posts : 1,454
    Windows 7 ultimate x64
       #4

    any update
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  5. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #5

    centaur78 said:
    any update
    was able to restore to factory settings by using alt+one of the f keys
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