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Windows 7: BSOD after installing latest updates

08 Jun 2009   #1
zillaamer7F

Windows 7 x64 RC1 & Windows 7 x86 build 7100
 
 
BSOD after installing latest updates

Hi!
I was running both x64 & x86 version of Win7 RC1 build 7100 quite well till now.
I downloaded the images from MS.
Today suddenly my x64 gave the BSOD..
At the end of BSOD some ACPI error is mentioned
I downloaded the new updates & system was installing them when BSOD occured...
The strange thing is that I tried to repair thru every possible means from safe mode to EMS & by starting from the DVD but it failed.(Every try ends at BSOD)

Now the problem is When I try to boot from the x64 DVD(from which I installed) after "Loading files" the BSOD comes when screen says Windows Starting..... Even before the glowing animation!
I disconnected my all HDD drives but still no success...
My system specs are;
CPU Intel C2D E4500
MB Asus P5E-VMDO
Ram Corsair 6GB
PS+Cooler 600W from Cooler Master
GPU 9500GT 1gb
HDD 2XWD 500 SATA + 2XSG 500 SATA

x64 was on WD 500 while x86 is on Sg500. Now x86(with latest updates installed) is running fine but no boot from x64 at all..


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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08 Jun 2009   #2
antalgebra

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate Build 7268.0.090701-1900
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zillaamer7F View Post
Hi!
I was running both x64 & x86 version of Win7 RC1 build 7100 quite well till now.
I downloaded the images from MS.
Today suddenly my x64 gave the BSOD..
At the end of BSOD some ACPI error is mentioned
I downloaded the new updates & system was installing them when BSOD occured...
The strange thing is that I tried to repair thru every possible means from safe mode to EMS & by starting from the DVD but it failed.(Every try ends at BSOD)

Now the problem is When I try to boot from the x64 DVD(from which I installed) after "Loading files" the BSOD comes when screen says Windows Starting..... Even before the glowing animation!
I disconnected my all HDD drives but still no success...
My system specs are;
CPU Intel C2D E4500
MB Asus P5E-VMDO
Ram Corsair 6GB
PS+Cooler 600W from Cooler Master
GPU 9500GT 1gb
HDD 2XWD 500 SATA + 2XSG 500 SATA

x64 was on WD 500 while x86 is on Sg500. Now x86(with latest updates installed) is running fine but no boot from x64 at all..

Try booting to SafeOS, and let us know which process it halts on.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
08 Jun 2009   #3
zillaamer7F

Windows 7 x64 RC1 & Windows 7 x86 build 7100
 
 

OK
In SafeMode when it reaches at Disk.sys, BSOD comes with an error of IRQ_NOT_EQUAL.......

When try to repair the BSOD says ACPI error....
When try to install from DVD, BSOD gives;
stop:0X0000001E (0xFFFFFFFFC0000005, 0XFFFFFA800527FC32, 0X00000000000001, 0X00000000000002C4)

Really dont know what is the problem
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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08 Jun 2009   #4
antalgebra

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate Build 7268.0.090701-1900
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zillaamer7F View Post
OK
In SafeMode when it reaches at Disk.sys, BSOD comes with an error of IRQ_NOT_EQUAL.......

When try to repair the BSOD says ACPI error....
When try to install from DVD, BSOD gives;
stop:0X0000001E (0xFFFFFFFFC0000005, 0XFFFFFA800527FC32, 0X00000000000001, 0X00000000000002C4)

Really dont know what is the problem

ok, this looks to be a memory addressing error, remove all your RAM, leaving only one stick, and see if this repros. then replace that one stick with a different stick, and try again.

second thing to try is a different delivery method of downloading and installing Windows7. First re-download windows, and try a different burning program, like nero... or a cheaper and far more effective way is to try the USB install method.

Let us know how these go.

-D
My System SpecsSystem Spec
09 Jun 2009   #5
zillaamer7F

Windows 7 x64 RC1 & Windows 7 x86 build 7100
 
 

Thanks Bro!
I removed only the last 1 of 3 sticks... & the windows started smoothly...
(Now posting from x64)
Thanks again!
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