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Windows 7: Windows update caused bsod

10 Dec 2009   #11
gohardsupreme

windows 7 home premium sp1 x86
 
 

yes since i do not any blank dvds at the moment i have an iso file. do you think that could work?


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10 Dec 2009   #12
gregrocker

 

When you have a problem with Windows Updates you need to use System Restore to restore before the Updates.

Go Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore

There will be a restore point listed for those Windows Updates.

Afterward, add the Updates back one at a time to determine if there is still a problem and then restore and discard that Update.

You need to make a System Repair Disk ASAP to recover from more serious problems. For example if you couldn't start your computer after these Updates, you can use the Repair Disk to run System Restore, or Startup Repair.

Type backup into start search box. If you haven't made a System Image Backup, save one externally or to another drive. It will then offer to make you a Repair CD. Otherwise, there is a link there to make the CD.

If you'd like to make an ISO from the Digital River download so you can burn it to disk to have a permanent Win7 DVD to install or repair Win7, here is the tutorial: Make bootable iso from student d/l
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10 Dec 2009   #13
gohardsupreme

windows 7 home premium sp1 x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
When you have a problem with Windows Updates you need to use System Restore to restore before the Updates.

Go Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore

There will be a restore point listed for those Windows Updates.

Afterward, add the Updates back one at a time to determine if there is still a problem and then restore and discard that Update.

You need to make a System Repair Disk ASAP to recover from more serious problems. For example if you couldn't start your computer after these Updates, you can use the Repair Disk to run System Restore, or Startup Repair.

Type backup into start search box. If you haven't made a System Image Backup, save one externally or to another drive. It will then offer to make you a Repair CD. Otherwise, there is a link there to make the CD.

If you'd like to make an ISO from the Digital River download so you can burn it to disk to have a permanent Win7 DVD to install or repair Win7, here is the tutorial: Make bootable iso from student d/l
i already ran system restore and have determined that the security update caused the problem. i would create a backup image except that i dont have an external drive big enough at the moment. on a similar note im out of blank dvds so making a bootable iso is unfortunately also on hold for now. thanks anyway
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10 Dec 2009   #14
gregrocker

 

You only need a CD for the Repair Disk.

If you have the 100mb System Reserved Partition which is installed sometimes with Win7 (check Disk Management) then you have the Repair Console available by tapping F8 at bootup.
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10 Dec 2009   #15
gohardsupreme

windows 7 home premium sp1 x86
 
 

i used the repair disk and everything seems to be fine again. thank you all for the help
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10 Dec 2009   #16
Capt.Jack Sparrow

Windows 7 Ultimate - 64-bit | Windows 8 Pro - 64-bit
 
 

Hi gohardsupreme,

Glad you got it working ...!!! Thankyou for posting back
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11 Dec 2009   #17
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

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