I'm working on a toshiba A305 S6872. I'm having a hunch that I am having a hardware problem that I can't quite put my finger on. Essentialy, I am having the same issues mentioned here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/518205/windows-7-do-not-load-microsoft-6to4-adapters-thus-preventing-system-to-startup/#entry3288460 . However, the HDD does boot in another computer. I have swapped RAM, and the HDD in the computer so far, that's all I have available to swap (easily). The HDD im using to swap will not boot on the laptop either.
What's interesting is that I can get to safe mode no problem, and boot some Linux live disk from the disk drive. So I begin to second guess hardware issues. However, when looking at the ntblog.txt log, I see as the other post did, classpnp.sys was the last successful driver to load, and the Microsoft 6to4 adapter does not load.
Only basic safe mode option works, not networking, c-prompt, etc. The other options do not load either, low-res, etc. Also, loading of any Windows boot disk will not work. Only some Linux live disk. But of-course, the HDD will boot in another laptop.
As you can see, this is perplexing. Any suggestions are appreciated. One thing to note is that is does point to network related issues, but why not boot Windows disk? The OS installed in Win7 Ultimate x32. I have a Win Ultimate x32 disk downloading, but im not sure how much it will help. The is no network adapter found in network manager when looking for wifi. Would this cause a no-boot?
Edited by hamluis, 14 February 2014 - 06:37 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to Internal Hardware - Hamluis.