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Multiple BSOD errors preventing Windows boot


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#1 kuessedauern

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Posted 20 April 2011 - 04:15 AM

I don't what aspects of my system are relevant or even where to begin with the complicated crashes happening on my desktop.

I am running Vista 64 bit with MSE on it


MSE unexpectedly told me it was infected with a Trojan:Win32/Hiloti.gen!D and then my pc immediately shut down. When attempting to reboot windows failed to boot.

I rebooted in safemode, repaired the infection with MSE, cleared my temp files and registry with CCleaner, and than ran a Spybot S&D scan. Everything checked out.

When I booted it up again I got a BSOD (I think the first may have been something like a NVStor64.sys file causing the error) I booted it up in safemode and tried to uninstall my nvidia driver. I thin got a storport.sys BSOD. From then on I got BSODs instantly whenever I logged in (and sometimes while logging in) to windows.
errors like:
(executive commands failed)
if parameter 1 == 0...
if parameter 1==1...
nvstor64.sys
storport.sys

Sorry for the very vague descriptions of the errors, but I am unable to get codes or logs or anything because I can't get into windows in any manner... safe mode or not.
I am doubtful that it is a hardware issue because I already resat every card, ran a memory diag, and unplugged every hard drive except the one with vista on it...

I've tried a lot of the recovery options on the vista recovery disc, but none of them seem to work.

I really want to avoid formatting and then doing a clean install.

Edited by kuessedauern, 20 April 2011 - 05:25 AM.


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