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BSOD when scanning, CHKDSK freeze, HDD repair HELP!


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#1 caddyshack

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Posted 19 November 2009 - 08:10 PM

Hello, this is my first post ... I have been recovering from a maleware attack very nicely, but everytime I try to run MBAM, SpyBot, or Avira the BSOD appears with and iastor.sys driver error. While watching MBAM scan, i noticed a simple photo's file it froze on and gave me the BSOD. Wondering if I could delete the folder of photo's I didn't need I downloaded a simple wipe program to see if I could clean the folder, that froze. After thinking awhile I decided to run chkdsk c: /r, which began at reboot and promptly froze at stage 4 checking files. Forced reboot to recovery console failed, forced reboot to safe mode with networking failed in BSOD, finally restarted normally at last known good recovery. I need to find a GOOD HDD repair program, something better than chkdsk, which froze. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated ... I just thought ... could I ignore a HDD sector in BOOT.INI until I am able to replace the disk?

Edited by caddyshack, 19 November 2009 - 08:25 PM.


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Posted 01 December 2009 - 07:20 PM

Problem solved!




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