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post #111 of 155
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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post

Yes, you should definitely do that. We'll call this installation "let's do everything I didn't want to to before" tongue.gif

LOL! You got it. smile.gif
post #112 of 155
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Reformatted, just booted... sfc... stopped at 8% and said there were a lot of errors.

Must be the custom Windows 7. Will try bloated one.
post #113 of 155
Go for it.
post #114 of 155
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100% complete this time, with irreparable errors! What is going on!?
post #115 of 155
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100% complete this time, with irreparable errors! What is going on!?

Could be your SSD. I'd contact the manufacturer of the SSD and tell them what you just told me regarding sfc scans and the different Windows installations, see what they have to say.

I'd ask to see the cbs log, but it's probably just a gigantic list or unrepairable dll's, drivers and various files tongue.gif

You may attach it if you like, though.

Oh, and just to ask, are you using the latest drivers / firmware for your SSD?
Edited by pjBSOD - 4/21/12 at 10:15pm
post #116 of 155
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I don't know about drivers, but the firmware is up to date on my SSD. There is only one available online and I currently have that one.

And, because I know it would kill you not to see it... I have attached my sfcdetails.

sfcdetails3.zip 3k .zip file

Also, under my SSD properties I have "Enable write caching on device" checked and "Turn off Windows write-chace buffer flushing on the device" unchecked.

I don't know if you know what these are for.
Edited by Cyanide89 - 4/21/12 at 10:41pm
post #117 of 155
Interesting, there is only one corruption this time around, and it's "iassdo.dll.mui". It says "This component was referenced by [l:266{133}]"Microsoft-Windows-WindowsFoundation-LanguagePack".

Are you installing optional updates when you reinstall Windows? I know optional updates contain language packs.
post #118 of 155
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I tried to register my SSD on Samsungs Canadian website (because thats the only way to get support), but they don't even have the 830 (or any SSD for that matter) listed as a product they offer!

So I had to go to the US site and get help that way, but it wouldn't let me submit the form saying I was missing info, but I had ALL spaces filled.

I also took a look at the CBS file myself, and it definitely looks better than before. tongue.gif

AND oddly enough, this "bloated" version of Windows I said I was installing, actually took up 24Gb LESS space than my custom one. :S
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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post

Interesting, there is only one corruption this time around, and it's "iassdo.dll.mui". It says "This component was referenced by [l:266{133}]"Microsoft-Windows-WindowsFoundation-LanguagePack".
Are you installing optional updates when you reinstall Windows? I know optional updates contain language packs.

This version I installed is the initial release... no updates whatsoever have been installed.
post #119 of 155
Give this a try: http://blog.nirsoft.net/2009/09/17/how-to-extract-missing-system-files-from-the-dvd-of-windows-7vista/

It's how to extract files from the disc to replace in Windows. Let's see if that fixes your issue.
post #120 of 155
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Give this a try: http://blog.nirsoft.net/2009/09/17/how-to-extract-missing-system-files-from-the-dvd-of-windows-7vista/
It's how to extract files from the disc to replace in Windows. Let's see if that fixes your issue.

Genius! I found the file on the DVD and it's actually 46kb instead of the 6kb file that it currently is.

But I need permission from TrustedInstaller to do anything. I can't replace it, delete it, rename it...
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