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Samsung chronos 7 series Windows 8 PROBLEM


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#1 Jcordier

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Posted 18 September 2015 - 01:24 AM

I have a Samsung chronos 7 series with Windows 8.
I was about to update and restart for the new files of Windows. Not Windows 10. Then it crashed and I manually turned it off. When I rebooted it all it does is flash a blue screen saying "your pic ran into a problem" then restarts. I'm not able to get to recovery mode from the partition either. It just freezes up when I try that. I ordered a recovery disc, and that doesn't load either. When I load Linux it shows that I have like 9 different partitions now instead of the couple that there should be. My friend also ran a diagnostic, and it shows that there are 28 bad sectors. It's a terabyte drive and I heard hat bad sectors are replaced or a virus could be making it show them. Any help would be greatly appreciated. At this point I just want to reinstall the oem Windows and lose the data because I don't believe I'm able to recover the data.

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