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BSOD, infinite loop BAD SYSTEM CONFIG


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#1 sippenhaft

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Posted 15 January 2018 - 08:05 PM

My computer was working fine. No issues at all. Loaded fine, exit fine.

Today i was working on it, i got up and left it for a while, when i came back it was off. (went to sleep?)
Turned it on and bsod, two more times and it tried to self diagnose and fix. Error I saw said "BAD SYSTEM CONFIG INFO"
The issue I'm having, is if i try to self repair, restore to previous version, safe mode, etc...it just restarts to the diagnosing and goes to advanced startup. None of the options work. I can get to the command prompt, and tried the md repair? But to no avail. The drive is saying X: Which i don't understand, should that not be C: ? (someone wrote it may be in safe mode?) i did a Diskpart and list vol and all seems there. The label for drive C: Says system rese? All status is healthy. Help please!

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Posted 15 January 2018 - 10:22 PM

OK I FIXED IT! Woohoo!

 

I was able to create a boot up USB. put that in, instyead of reinstalling windows, there is a link to REPAIR windows...did that and after about 20 minutes of doing its thing, I am back!

 

Hope that helps anyone having the same issue!



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Posted 16 January 2018 - 06:53 PM

Thanks for letting us know!  It'll definitely help others who come looking for help with a similar problem.


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