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Paolo Dizon

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ok ill try it later
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I think it is because of me fixing the registry using ccleaner and I didn.t bakup the registries.

Are you sure about this?
1.You can try to restore your registry from System Restore snapshots... click on Fix a Corrupted Registry in my sig, and follow the directions.
If this doesn't work, move on to #2.

2.Since you don't have a Windows CD, click on Recovery Console Instructions in my sig, and follow the instructions to make a CD that will only allow you to boot to the Recovery Console (not install Windows).
Then click on Repair Common Windows Startup Problems in my sig, and follow the directions using the CD that you burnt.
If this doesn't help move on to #3.

3. Run hard drive diagnostics...
Download Seatools from here: http://www.seagate.c...ols/seatooldreg
Download the Graphical ISO CD-ROM INAGE EN file. Then burn it to a disc using BurnCDCC: http://www.terabyteu...ee-software.htm
Boot from the CD and run the long diagnostic. Here is a walkthrough: http://seagate.custk...sp?DocId=201271
Do you hear anything going on with your hard drive (clicking or scraping noises)?
Post the results of the diagnostic test.

If necessary, we may have to restore the computer using the recovery partition on your computer. Do you have any data that you want recovered before this?
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Murray S.
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thanks guys it finally works because of antone about the f10 recovery thing i just followed the instructions and boom it doesnt go to BSOD anymore thanks guys. I hope you can help me about something new about my hardware section.

http://www.geekstogo...er-t243611.html
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Good to see that this is resolved. And Good Job to antone! :)
I'll see about your other topic.
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Glad it worked out for you. :) I just did it to a friends computer 2 weeks ago.
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