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Win7 Wont boot, bluescreens every time

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by RS1T, Jan 25, 2011.

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  1. RS1T

    RS1T Thread Starter

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    Hi guys, I'm new here and I'm in need of some urgent help here.

    I don't know what happened, I put my PC on sleep mode, when i came back and touched the keyboard it came back on, but nothing came back on the display. I used my motherboard's reset button to restart it, but on Win7 Startup I got my first bluescreen. Tried it again and again, whether I start Win7 Normally or with The Startup repair option chosen. It tells me to remove anti virus software/other utility programs and run F/ CHKDISK or something, but how am I supposed to do this if I can't start windows?

    If it helps, it's a STOP error and here is a photo of the bluescreen

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    Unfortunately, no matter what i press during the BIOS screen, I can only have the 2 options, Start Windows Normally or Launch Startup repair. Nothing for safemode anywhere :/


    Urgent help needed, I desperately need this PC to work :(

    Running 64Bit Windows 7 Ultimate, Custom built PC
    Asus P6X58D Motherboard
     
  2. Lance1

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    Have you run the Startup repair?
     
  3. RS1T

    RS1T Thread Starter

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    Yes I have ;)
     
  4. Lance1

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  5. Brucew0619

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    I know Windows 7 can run in safe mode or restore into early date when your computer colse with error. O r you can use windows 7 DVD to repair it.
     
  6. Gouthaman

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    Did you install anything recently? Added new Hardware to your PC? I feel that some conflict is taking place. Here are my suggestions:

    1. Use the Windows 7 DVD to do system restore to an earlier date.
    2. Also try to fix problems with the existing Windows installation using the Windows 7 DVD.
     
  7. shady186

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    i have similar issue. using windows 7

    occassionaly from sleep or hibernation (mostly from battery rundown) my pc will not startup. the lights will come on but nothin on the screen so i woiuld have to force shutdown & restart 2 or 3 times

    sometimes d bluescreen wil appear & ask me to remove external devices which i dnt normally use or says prob wid driver 0x00000428 & i dnt know wat that stands for. please help
     
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