Massive bluescreen at boot, please help!?!!

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  1. pawgod

    pawgod MDL Novice

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    im sorry for the caps but i need help so badly and i dont know what to do :'(
    my computer turned off after the power went out all of a sudden yesterday, and today when i woke up and turn it on i got bluesceen, i couldnt even get to safe mode (it bluescreens before i get there even), so after hours i tried the following to maybe fix it:
    -i tried doing a system restore from the recovery console but it failed and said it could not continue and said its because of an antivirus blocking it, so....
    -i removed the avast system drivers using DaRT, but system restore didnt work still
    -i removed the o&o diskimage driver using DaRT, i thought maybe it was the cause of it, but nothing
    -using DaRT i removed the stpd driver on my system (it came from alcohol 120% i think maybe) because the blue screen said the problem was from it
    -after i removed the sptd driver with DaRT now it gives me this error: (i had to write this down by hand)

    *** STOP: 0:0000007B (0x80786B58, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

    i havent messed with any drivers since last year so it cant be from that either, all i did in this past week was: uninstall o&o diskimage, install the Microsoft Debugger, the win7 symbol files for the debugger, HDD Regenerator, Josh Cell's network monitor software, ExactAudioCopy and CDex, and yeah thats it really, nothing serious really

    i did a SFC file scan with DaRT but it said nothing was missing, i even rebuilt the MBR and ran chkdsk twice but nothing :'( please guys help me, i cant do a clean install because i have so many things on my laptop and my external harddrive got formatted and i need to recover data on it so i cant risk overwritting anything on it, please help me out, im desperate and ive googled everything but nothing, ive spent all day trying to fix this since i woke up and im about to cry now because i cant do anything anymore :'(
     
  2. Tito

    Tito Super Mod / Adviser
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    Have you changed the AHCI settings?? That stop code means Windows can't access the boot device.
     
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  3. pawgod

    pawgod MDL Novice

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    no not at all :eek: the most ive ever done with the bios is change the time and make it boot from usb, how do i fix it then? please hlep me, please :'(
     
  4. LatinMcG

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  5. pawgod

    pawgod MDL Novice

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    but i already did a chkdsk using the one from a WinPE (wondershare's liveboot to be precise), its the same like the one HirensBootCD does, it wont help :/ if its an AHCI setting or a problem like that can i get instruction on how to fix it? please man, please! :(
     
  6. pawgod

    pawgod MDL Novice

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    i have to do it in that order? first use the recovery console to fix then do a system restore? i already did it about 20 times before and it didnt work >.< the system restore on the recovery console is practically useless because it just gives out errors when its almost done >.< is there any other way? in the end of my original post i said that i cant do a clean install....or do a backup right now, so thats sorta out of thje question :/

    edit: so i re enable that stpd driver now? which one then?
     
  7. LatinMcG

    LatinMcG Bios Borker

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    u can do a backup with a live linux cd easy.. but programs wont be backed up.. reisntal them
    most program settings are in the c:\users\username\appdata\ either roaming or local
     
  8. pawgod

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    ill try to keep that in mind next time, it says on their page that i need to have the XP CD to make it and i dont have one of those anymore >_< how does it help? does it fix the AHCI thing @Tito was speaking about automatically? i wish i had UBCD4WIN right now instead of Wondershare Liveboot so badly right now >.<
    and i cant copy my things away from my computer... my only external hard drive might get its data overwritten... as its formatted right now and i need to do data recovery for it
     
  9. pawgod

    pawgod MDL Novice

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    ANYONE!?! i just changed the settings in the bios for AHCI and set it from "Auto" to "Manual" and when i did that it showed me another menu and i set its mode to "compatible" but when i restared it i got a bluescreen still Dx im begging you guys, please, my life is on my computer, i cant let it go now ;(
     
  10. pawgod

    pawgod MDL Novice

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    Tito can you please come back to this thread, you seemed to know what the issue was but then you vanished, please man come back D; im begging you
     
  11. steven4554

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    #11 steven4554, Apr 11, 2013
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    Sound like your boot sector is corrupt, which is why no recovery tools will help you. The only way to repair this is by using the Windows 7 disc, and click on Repair Computer, then command prompt. Type this into the cmd prompt:-

    Code:
    bootrec.exe /fixboot
    This should replace the boot sector with a new boot sector, and 7 should boot normally.
     
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