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post #11 of 18
ok looks like you are running low on options.
1) Do you happen to have a linux live cd floating around?
2) in the safe mode screen did you try "booting last good configuration"?
3)have a spare blank hard drive you can toss windows on? that way you can burn your diagnostic media mentioned before?
4)running windows repair from disk - if you have the install disk (not best idea if you dont know what you are doing)

Good Luck. thumb.gif
post #12 of 18
here is some step by steps for option 4 if you need
http://pcsupport.about.com/od/toolsofthetrade/ss/windows-7-startup-repair.htm
post #13 of 18
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ok looks like you are running low on options.
1) Do you happen to have a linux live cd floating around?
2) in the safe mode screen did you try "booting last good configuration"?
3)have a spare blank hard drive you can toss windows on? that way you can burn your diagnostic media mentioned before?
4)running windows repair from disk - if you have the install disk (not best idea if you dont know what you are doing)

Good Luck. thumb.gif

No I don't have a Linux live cd.

Yes I did try booting last known god configuration, it just restarted and froze back up at the same point and restarted itself.

Im going to try running windows repair from my install disk.
    
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Im currently trying to repair it from the windows CD, but it wants me to search and load drivers. I am not sure what I should do here.

EDIT---- I have got the start up repair to run successfully from the CD, when it was done I restarted the PC and it froze at the same spot as always. Do I really have any other options? Should I do a fresh install?
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Sounds like your hard drive to me. Try to reinstall windows
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Sounds like your hard drive to me. Try to reinstall windows

I probably will end up doing that, but I don't wanna loose everything... If the hard drive is actually broken I wont be able to get anything off of it anyways right?
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0x7B are usually caused when you change your chipset / switch from IDE to AHCI or vice versa without properly setting up your OS environment ahead of time for the change.
Did you do something like that?

Can you get into your BIOS and check if your HDD / SSD is being detected?
Can you think of something that might have changed prior to when the bug-checkes started occurring?
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0x7B are usually caused when you change your chipset / switch from IDE to AHCI or vice versa without properly setting up your OS environment ahead of time for the change.
Did you do something like that?

Can you get into your BIOS and check if your HDD / SSD is being detected?
Can you think of something that might have changed prior to when the bug-checkes started occurring?

Yes I went into the bios and made sure it was in IDE mode, I never went in an changed a single thing before it started acting up. My hard drive is detected as well. Im running out of ideas
    
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