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Windows 7: Still unable to Start PC After Various Utilities

09 May 2017   #11
Bob3677

Windows 7 Home Premium Home Edition 6.01.7600 (x64)
 
 

Again Thanks, johnhoh,

- Your "To summarize" is correct. Just to be clear(er), BSOD happens for the W7 Repair and both W7 upgrade disks.
- The PC has worked well for years after the W7 upgrade.
- I will give your suggestions a try and report back findings after couple of days.
- Just a thought, since I have been able to recover most of my old personal files, would it be easier to format both Hard Drives and use the the W7 upgrade disk(s) to reload Win7 ? Not sure if W7 upgrade disk would work without seeing Vista.


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12 May 2017   #12
Bob3677

Windows 7 Home Premium Home Edition 6.01.7600 (x64)
 
 
EasyUS & EasyRE Win7 Didn't Help Either

Johnhoh,

Tried your link below and wasn't able to fix my boot issue.

FREE Rebuild MBR, repair MBR, fix MBR or MBR recovery with free EaseUS Partition Master


I was able to download iso's for both easyUS Partition master and Easy Recovery Essentials and burn boot disks with following results:
- EasyUS would not load properly goes BSOD
- EasyRE loads well but doesn't allow me to see the three partitions of larger (500gm) HDD.

With my experience of last two weeks on this issue, Hiren's V15.2 works best since I can look at all three Part's/Big/HDD using Mini XP boot from Hiren's disk. I have copied the data partitions to an external USB 2TB HDD so If no one else has suggestions I will place this thread in "limbo," if that can be done. Maybe down the road my problem can be fixed.

If you don't respond, I thank you for all the advice you have provided; I've learned things and have new UT disks for future.

PS: What's you opinion (or anyone else) on my thought to reformat both or one HDD and try to reinstall W7?


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