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Windows 7: Windows 7 Multiple BSOD's, Now Freezes After Startup

22 Jul 2014   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Windows 7 Multiple BSOD's, Now Freezes After Startup

Hello, brand new here. I know as part of the rules I must upload a log of some sort, but I'm unable to start my computer fully to the point where I can download and install programs.

Let me state now that I'm no longer getting blue screens because my computer just freezes up and doesn't respond to my commands (CTRL ALT DELETE, etc.) so I can't run CMD prompt.

The last blue screens I've gotten were a KERNEL_INPAGE_ERROR with error code 0x7A, partmgr.sys was listed. Also one that disappeared to fast for me to take note.

Let me also state I've gotten tons of the 0x7A KERNEL BSOD in the past with nvlddmkm.sys as the culprit, but not partmgr.sys before.

I was doing nothing out of the ordinary, just opening Counter Strike Global Offensive through Steam, and my computer froze up before the game opened. From then on, I've restarted in safe mode, regular mode, and startup repair without success. I can open things for about 4 seconds and click on things before it freezes up. I can control my cursor but I can't click on anything, nothing is highlighted when selected or any assumed things that should happen.

I can try to provide any other info you might need, but at this point I cannot get anything from the computer itself.

Thank you for any insight or help you can provide!

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23 Jul 2014   #2

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