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How to replace system32 files? W7

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Back story:
I have been getting some random BSODs with the power driver failure message. Blue Screen View shows ntoskrnl.exe as the culprit. BSOD happens when gaming or web browsing. No real pattern. Some research online has pointed to old drivers or issues when coming from a sleep state to be a cause. I have updated all my drivers minus my logitech devices so I will try that once I get back to my desktop (new drivers posted last month).

However if that is not the solution I want to replace the ntoskrnl file.

How to?
So far I am able to boot from my windows cd into the command line from the repair/recovery options and I am at directory X:\

I have no idea how to copy the good/un-corrupted file from my install disk to my C drive.

HALP OCN!!!

Thanks in advance, really excited to get to know my system more.
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my advice.

boot into safe mode.

delete all your drivers

do a driversweep

reset,

install drivers
   
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As in just going through my drivers from control panel and just deleting them and re installing as I need them?
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^ can't really say exactly, but if you do reinstall your drivers, download them from the respective sites and install chipset first, restart, then do graphics, restart, etc. EDIT: Also make sure to run CCleaner or something to clean the registry before you install new drivers.

I personally would run the Windows 7 repair from the W7 DVD and let it automatically try to fix the error. I forget what specific option it is(something like automatically try to fix the errors).

Also, you could just rollback your system with System Restore, to a date before all the BSODs started. My favorite choice when I break things biggrin.gif (PhysX drivers hack comes to mind.. only took 2 tries at least ;p).
 
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