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Win7 Pro64 - BSOD followed by Startup Repair - Can't repair


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#1 robinmke1

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Posted 16 September 2015 - 12:23 PM

Well last week Tuesday my power supply blew on my work PC when I turned it on.  New power supply finally came in yesterday.  I was out but our office tech installed the new Power supply and booted the PC - said it booted OK, however no mouse (I had un-plugged the logitech wireless USB mouse receiver to use with another computer), no biggee.

 

There may have been Windows updates before on left on the 4th - I don't recall

 

Turned on the PC this morning and plugged in the USB Mouse receiver and BSOD.

 

Restarted the PC and Startup Repair option came up - ran the Startup Repair and as usual (my experience), it was unsuccessful in detecting any problems.

 

Tried another boot, same issue - BSOD - System "Stopped to prevent Damage ..."

 

Re-booted and did F8 to try Last Known Good - no luck.

 

Tried System recovery with Windows Install disk, no restore point found :-(

 

At this point I've tried every Non-Destructive recovery option that is available with no success.  Looking at the log files, there are no *.log files in the \Windows directory showing today's date - only .log files are from yesterday.

 

setupact.log shows activity from an IE10 patch update.

 

error.log only shows one line from yesterday 2015-09-15 "NT Service build 1100 starting"

 

 

Any ideas how I can get this system to ignore the "Bad Driver" and boot?

 

Way too many licensed programs on this PC to consider a clean install of Windows ...

 

Thanks

Rob

 


P.S.  Yes, I have run a Scandisk /f on the OS drive and also did an SFC with no luck.

 

Rob



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Posted 16 September 2015 - 01:05 PM

I would love to post some of the suggested diagnostic files that you indicate in your BSOD posting guidelines, but unless I can do them from the command line, I'm SOL as I can't get beyond the Startup Repair console - No Safe mode etc.

 

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Posted 16 September 2015 - 01:19 PM

Attached is the FRST file.

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Posted 16 September 2015 - 02:24 PM

when trying to boot in Safe Mode - last driver listed before BSOD is: aswrvrt.sys.

 

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Posted 16 September 2015 - 03:52 PM

To stop the drivers from loading you have to:

- determine which driver is to blame-

- then mount the registry and edit it (you may be able to do other things (such as renaming the driver), but a BSOD early in the boot process means that doing so may render the system unbootable.

As I recall, the last driver listed in Safe Mode is the last one that loaded successfully.

 

Beyond this, I'd suggest a repair of W7:

https://www.winhelp.us/repair-your-computer-in-windows-vista-or-7.html

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/3413-repair-install.html


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