Laptop had crashed with a bsod when playing a game in fullscreen, name of the game doesn't matter, it's a steam game. My laptop had hanged for some odd reason and i prompted to alt tab out and open task manager when it finally crashed, i inferred that a windows startup file had been corrupted (i'm extremely virus cautious and am near 100% certain i don't have a virus) so i decided to start my pc up normally... got to the pc is now loading windows with the logo, does not continue and brings me the bsod after ~5 to 15 minutes. So i started it up again with logging the sys files and the pc is hanging up after supposedly successfully loading "CLASSPNP.SYS"
Full Log (with Kernal Debugger while attempting to startup):
Actually... upon attempting to restart with last known good configuration (successful startup) it pulls an I/O error with other stuff leading me to believe the computer can't contact the HDD correctly, which is also why it's not starting windows. (the pc will NOT startup in any mode including safemode or anything relative, pulls same errors)
Possibly caused by bad wiring on the HDD when laptop was put together and now it had finally parted enough to not be able to connect to the other hardware right?
PS: i've already once tried the default 'restoring' method the computer does, and after ~45min said to try again and see if problem was fixed (it was not) - and no restoring disk for laptop
Edited by QOOOOOOOOQ, 26 June 2013 - 09:22 PM.