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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by fplacido, Apr 17, 2010.
Ok! Will try that as soon as I get home. Thanks for all the help.
safe mode would be your best idea if you can access it
Cant access anyhting, besides a windows xp instalation i made on my secondary harddrive. To get some access to my files and stuf.
your options available rely heavily on backing up your data either using system restore or an img , given you have neither of these your choice is either repair the system files in "dos" mode with command prompts such as sfc /scannow and other commands or simply reinstall windows 7 over your current installation and lose any settings and data in the process ? I agree here with kemical as debugging from dos or using tools in PE is going to prove almost impossible with no clue, I feel your best bet now is to copy out any personal files from within your xp install then simply reinstall windows 7 from your DVD