My computer did a Windows security/critical system update at 2am last night (4/15/2014) and now my computer is stuck in a bluescreen/boot manager loop.
ASUS P8Z77-V LE PLUS/ intel i5 2500K/ GTX 580 (all drivers current)
I have no external drives attached.
So here's what happens:
I startup, it gets to the windows loading screen, flashes a bluescreen (for a millisecond) and restarts with 2 options at boot manager: repair pc and start windows normally.
Restarting windows normally repeats the process above (as does safe mode, if I can even get to it - f8 brings up a UEFI boot list 99% of the time), going into repair mode states that it was unable to fix the problem, and trying to restore to any restore point fails (as a restart immediately kicks me back to square 1).
The error data from repair shows me this:
ProblemSignature06: 3 (has now climbed to 10 # of failed repairs)
I found a guy with a similar problem here:
chkdsk and bootrec.exe display no problems
sfc/ scannow displays no problems as well (or tells me that I have a repair pending and that I should restart, doing this kicks me back to square 1)
I tried using FRST per the guy in that thread, but it just says that it is unable to find: CMD: Del /q C:\Windows\Tasks\At*.job
It seems like this problem is 100% repairable, but nothing is working for me right now.
I would appreciate any help greatly.
Here is the FRST log (also attached)
Edited by hamluis, 16 April 2014 - 09:12 AM.
Moved from Win 7 to Malware Removal Logs - Hamluis.