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Windows 7: BSOD from NTSOKRNL.EXE, exhausted all efforts... :S

25 Jul 2012   #11

windows 7 Pro 64x SP1

SP1 wont let me install it... Says something about there being files that are needed for installation that do not exist because some part of windows was removed or modified or something or other. going to restart the computer and try to do it on a fresh boot, see what happens. if that doesnt work, i might try doing it in safe mode, if there isnt a reply from you or someone else by then.

here we go.

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25 Jul 2012   #12

Windows 8.1 Pro x64

Try this if it doesn't work:

SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

Disk Check

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25 Jul 2012   #13

windows 7 Pro 64x SP1

Nothing from scannow, running checkdisk, on stage 4/5, been at 10 percent since forever but it is making progress through the files.

At this point i almost feel like isntalling XP again... i would do it now but, i only have the "home" version which is 32 bit, and i understand it will only be able to see like 3.6 gigs of ram or something ridiculous like that.

Meh, idk. waiting for this scan disk, seems like my only option is to try and reinstall windows again and see if i can get that SP1 to install. Maybe being impatient and installing non windows programs before fulling updating 7 screwed me before i even started. that or installing the nvidia drivers, then trying to remove them to change to ATI in just two days. :P
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25 Jul 2012   #14

windows 7 Pro 64x SP1

Well, disk check revealed nothing... Im just installing windows again, after i activate it, ill just run all the windows updates i can, before doing anything else like i did before.
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