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Windows 7 will not boot


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#1 fredrock19

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 10:06 AM

I have a pc that is running a 64bit Windows 7 OS. Its a dell inspiron 560 desktop. I keep getting a BSOD of 0x0000001e. Here is what i have done so far:

1. Tryed safe mode=fail
2. Last known good configuration=fail
3. Repair your system-Startup Repair=fail
4. memmory test=good
5. pulled hdd out and hooked it up to usb on another pc and removed a virus=removed infection but still no boot
6. Hdd regenerator=hdd is good no bad sectors
7. ran a check disk on erd disk=no boot
8. did bootrec /fixmbr and bootrec /fixboot=no boot.
9. tryed to do a system restore through the repair tool in windows 7=it did the repair but still no boot.

Anybody got an idea of what to do besides a fresh install? or is that my last alternative?
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Posted 28 September 2011 - 12:59 PM

5. pulled hdd out and hooked it up to usb on another pc and removed a virus=removed infection but still no boot


Anybody got an idea of what to do besides a fresh install? or is that my last alternative?


You should post in our malware forums

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 01:42 PM

i would except the second time i scanned the hdd it came back clean on 2 different programs MBAM and Combofix
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Posted 01 October 2011 - 01:15 AM

Try a live Ubuntu CD and scan with clamtk. (First, enable the Repository by going to System > Admin > Software Sources > Enable all Boxes (); then open up terminal and type: sudo apt-get install clamtk . Press enter. Find ClamTk from your menu, then go Scan > Recursive Scan > Designate HDD . For 'designate HDD' you'll have to designate your hard drive. Note: You may need to mount it. If this doesn't work, try Kaspersky Rescue Disk: http://support.kaspersky.com/viruses/rescuedisk .
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