Win7 build 6801 - Sudden BSOD after latest restart

  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 (VMware: RTM, 7000 & 6801)

    Win7 build 6801 - Sudden BSOD after latest restart

    Hello, I want to request support for unreleased Windows 7 build 6801.

    My virtual machine in VMware suddenly showed BSOD with code "BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO" after the latest restart.

    The mystery is, that I didn't make any critical changes to my system since I only removed two shortcuts (the Windows Live Messenger Download link from the start menu & Send Feedback icon from the desktop), moved the recycle bin icon to the bottom-right corner and installed only VMware Tools and its drivers (v10.2.1), and resolution change also happen after installing VMware Tools.

    I'll post a screenshot of BSOD in the next comment (if you need it).

    I want to thank you for any help in advance. Even if you don't provide support for alpha or beta versions of Windows 7, I will respect it, but I need to note, that the notice tooltip "To ensure you get the best response" doesn't forbid support for unreleased builds.
      My Computer

  2. Posts : 16,270
    7 X64

    Indicates a problem with the system hive. One course of action is system restore.

    Or use boot media to replace the hives in \windows\system\config

    with the backup hives in \windows\system\config\regback
      My Computers


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