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Windows 7: CHKDSK - Bluescreen - STOP: C000218{Registry File Failure}

26 May 2010   #11
Teerex

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1
 
 

Nothing, because it seems like it could be disk failure, a disk failure at a very, very unfortunate place.

I don't understand how you can't boot from a DVD? Have you entered BIOS and changed boot priority for sure? This setting take precedence before any Windows or disk error if it is applied.


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26 May 2010   #12
jhtezpjf

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Teerex View Post
Nothing, because it seems like it could be disk failure, a disk failure at a very, very unfortunate place.

I don't understand how you can't boot from a DVD? Have you entered BIOS and changed boot priority for sure? This setting take precedence before any Windows or disk error if it is applied.
Yes, I'm 100% sure since when I restart it comes to a point where _ blinks for about a minute. There usually should pop up a message that says to press a button to boot from DVD.

I don't think the problem lays on the CD though.

Edit: I found my x86 CD, testing it now.

Edit²: Doesn't work. So we can preclude that the problem lays on the CDs
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26 May 2010   #13
Teerex

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1
 
 

You are aware, aren't you, of the fact that if you can't boot from a DVD, all you can do (that I can think of at this moment) is to repeatedly bump your head against this computer of yours in despair?

USB boot, network boot - can be done or can't be done?
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26 May 2010   #14
jhtezpjf

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Teerex View Post
You are aware, aren't you, of the fact that if you can't boot from a DVD, all you can do (that I can think of at this moment) is to repeatedly bump your head against this computer of yours in despair?

USB boot, network boot - can be done or can't be done?
How do I do this when I don't have the .iso files only the original legal purchased CDs?
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26 May 2010   #15
Teerex

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jhtezpjf View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Teerex View Post
You are aware, aren't you, of the fact that if you can't boot from a DVD, all you can do (that I can think of at this moment) is to repeatedly bump your head against this computer of yours in despair?

USB boot, network boot - can be done or can't be done?
How do I do this when I don't have the .iso files only the original legal purchased CDs?
A know-how tutorial is available on this very forum. As usual.
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26 May 2010   #16
jhtezpjf

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

This didn't work. I need some other ways.
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26 May 2010   #17
Teerex

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1
 
 

I've reached the end of my imagination.

It'd be helpful if you said which part didn't work and why.
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27 May 2010   #18
jhtezpjf

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Teerex View Post
I've reached the end of my imagination.

It'd be helpful if you said which part didn't work and why.
I followed the steps you linked me and it seemed to recognize the USB but it didn't say no more than if I want to start with Windows 7.

Then I launched the repair ...
Startup Repair - No problems found
System Restore - No restore points before the registry error
System Image Recovery - No Image found
Windows Memory Diagnostic - No problems found

I'm out of ideas
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27 May 2010   #19
Teerex

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1
 
 

You will have to use the command prompt from that USB to try to copy the backup software registry file to the location of the unreadable one.

Reinstalling Windows from that USB key would be a simpler solution.
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27 May 2010   #20
jhtezpjf

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Teerex View Post
You will have to use the command prompt from that USB to try to copy the backup software registry file to the location of the unreadable one.

Reinstalling Windows from that USB key would be a simpler solution.
I'm trying to do this since yesterday Teerex but tell me how if it does neither boot from the cd nor from usb.
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