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Windows 7: Corrupt system from hard drive failure - SFC cannot fix all errors

21 Mar 2013   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

I won't lie to you, this is confusing for me too. This is exactly what the label says:

Product: HP Pavilion dv6700
s/n: CNF8165QVJ
p/n: FE562EA#ABU

And somewhere else with no flags it just says dv6853ea. If it's any consolation, I go with dv6853ea when I have to look for drivers. That seems to be what my laptop is. I apologise if I have been the source of confusion. In my defense, even 'wmic csproduct list full' says dv6700.

I have to go to bed for now so I'll be back in a few hours. Again, I appreciate all your efforts.

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21 Mar 2013   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit & Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit

Here is the link for the HP Pavilion dv6853ea Entertainment Notebook . It says it has Vista

Software & Driver Downloads HP Pavilion dv6853ea Entertainment Notebook PC | HP® Support
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23 Mar 2013   #13

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

I know but I switched to Win 7 Ultimate last year when I changed my hard drive. I don't remember whether I used those drivers with compatibility or I found the most up-to-date drivers for the hardware. In either case I hadn't had any problems with it.

I've had another two BSODs so far, both with nvlddmkm.sys. The first time I was just browsing the internet and I got another one right after the reboot. Is this something I should take to the BSOD subforum instead? It seems the system doesn't fail critically anymore but I suspect there may still be corrupt files which cause instability.
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