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Windows 7 not booting

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by mkr2204, Feb 19, 2015.

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  1. mkr2204

    mkr2204 Thread Starter

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    Basically long story short one of my laptops died (Graphic card failure nothing to do with hard drive) took the SSD out of it, couple of weeks later put it into another laptop and its now getting a bluescreen (no specific error) on bootup just as the loading windows icon starts, all types of safe mode get the same thing also, start up repair etc no use, no restore points to restore

    I have tried this on 2 laptops and the same thing happens, my other hard drives are fine in either laptop, both laptops and all hard drives are fine with eachother other than this one, with any combination of them

    I can access this drive fine when used a secondary drive so have access to all files on it etc, and checkdisk finds no errors and everything seems fine on it, its just something going on with the startup/boot

    Just wondering if theres anything I can do to save this windows installation as I dont have a disk handy at the moment to just reinstall it?

    bootlog here (too long to paste) https://www.dropbox.com/s/5hlz0lv35z9gopm/New%20Text%20Document.txt?dl=0
     
  2. flavallee

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    You can't remove a hard drive from a laptop which has Windows 7 in it and then put it in a completely different laptop and expect it to work.

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  3. mkr2204

    mkr2204 Thread Starter

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    I regularly interchange hard drives between my laptops and have done for years, this hard drive has been in at least 4 other laptops in the past and been fine
     
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