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#1 MurphyMan

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Posted 24 March 2015 - 10:36 PM

Hello all.  Built a new machine from Newegg components, bases on the ASUS A78 motherboard.  Installed a Patriot Blaze SSD and my old hard drive from my old machine.

 

I originally installed Windows 7 from an old disk I had from a previous laptop I owned. The computer never ran right and  was acting up, so I popped for a Windows 8 Full Version disc and it seemed to work okay.  But at this point I was running off of Win 8 but Win 7 was still on the SDD.  I think it had a .OLD extension.

 

Well, tonight, everything came to a halt.  No warning.

 

When it tries to start, it goes into Startup Repair, but nothing gets fixed.  There are some problem signatures identified:

 

ProblemEvent Name: StartupRepairOffline

Problem signature 01: 6.3.9600.16384

Problem signature 02: 6.1.7600.16385

Problem signature 03: unknown

Problem signature 04: 2

Problem signature 05: ExteneralMedia

Problem signature 06: 1

Problem signature 07: OsVersionMisMatch

OS Version:  6.1.7600.2.0.0.265.1

Locale ID:  1033

 

Of course I tried rebooting off the Win 8 installation disc, but it just goes into the StartupRepair. I would sure appreciate any help.

 

Thanks.



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