anyone wanna take on my challenge? ? ;P
The bleepty system: 32 bit vista on new toshiba, i have no repair or restore disks that came with it nor do i have my vista serial written anywhere anymore
The symptoms: will not launch windows, BSOD, inability to run windows repair from HDD, System restore shows no improvement upon any choice, memory diagnostics returned fine, will not start in any mode and continuously restarts itself unless i get to a command prompt window where i can at least prevent the restart
Upon downloading various repair disks and force running them, they find no repairs are needed supposedly and because i do not have my vista product key, i can't reinstall or download the jellybean software to find my key since i obviously can't access anything.
on startup under safe modes it stops at crcdisk.sys and then repeats shutting down all over again.
The Good news: All my most important files are backed up externally and i really don't care about the rest at this point.
Theoretical Prognosis: Trojan worming it's way onto crcdisk.sys which seems normal in a scan but will not run with it.
What i've tried: Everything i can think of short of setting my pc on fire. I have ran through hundreds of websites with people in the exact same situation but none of their methods work for them long and don't work for me at all SUCK
What i want: A way to wipe and repair everything to defaults while leaving vista activation files intact so i don't have to get an annoying crack or dl'ed new program. this way i end the virus' tyrant and resume normal functioning
Be my knight in shining tech armour? ^.~
AUTO REPAIR ERROR:
Problem Event Name Startup/RepairV2
Problem Signature 01 autofailover
Problem Signature 02 6.0.6001.1800060.6001.18000
Problem Signature 03 6
Problem Signature 04 1179666
roblem Signature 05 0x50
Problem Signature 06 0x50
Problem Signature 07 0
Problem Signature 08 2
Problem Signature 09 WrpRepair
Problem Signature 10 10
OS Version 6.0.6.001.188.8.131.526.1
locale ID 1033
also my computer does not have a setup recovery partition unfortunately
Edited by riyalight, 17 May 2010 - 12:53 PM.