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#181
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Passed all the tests, the long and the short one. Both "without error"
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;) Thats good. Must be the driver.

Don't we love mysteries. :D Can't seem to find my thinking cap - be back later.
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So we checked the RAM, HD, Video Card. It can't be the Power box (other wise it wouldn't work), it can't be the mother board (other wise the pc wouldn't work, right?) So what else is there? You say the driver, what do you mean by that?
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The first error was 0x1 which refers iastor.sys which is related to Intel Storage.
The second error was 0xA which refers to ataport.sys - a windows system file and is related to Storage (IDE).

However both errors could also point a bad RAM (tested).

Do you have an old harddisk tuck somewhere?
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OK moving on.

Insert and boot from the recovery CD
When you reach the screen with a box labeled "System Recovery Options " does it has a button at the bottom labeled "Load Drivers"?
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Hi kinyo,

Skip my last post. I missed something in the last posts.

Recovering from the hard drive during startup
To reinstall Windows and all pre-installed software and drivers:

Turn on your computer and press Del to Enter BIOS; change the onboard SATA setting to AHCI
  • Restart your computer, then press Alt+F10 during startup. Gateway Recovery Management opens.
  • Click on Restore system from factory default.
  • Caution: Continuing the process will erase all files on your hard drive.
  • Click on Next. Your hard drive’s original, factory-loaded contents are recovered. This process will take several
  • minutes.

Edited by Salagubang, 20 January 2011 - 05:30 AM.

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I changed it to AHCI, did the recovery, and I got BSOD when Windows was setting up.
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Hi,

1. Can you check the machine's date and time and check if its set to current.
2. Were there any "user input" when you were performing recovery that can enable us to load drivers?

Also, MS is providing a trial for Windows (Enterprise) here. Download and burn the CD.

Edited by Salagubang, 20 January 2011 - 06:47 PM.

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How do I check date and time?
What does "user input" mean? As in, if I created a user or if I had a place where I could do anything? It would be no. I clicked on the deleting of everything, then I clicked "ok" for restart, it loaded up and the BSOD came up.

I will burn the file and run it and see what happens.
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Hi,

How do I check date and time?


It's in the BIOS under "Standard". Its a long shot and I only wanted to check it since error parameter mentioned in the dump points IRQL (8) which is specifically assigned to system clocks.

I will burn the file and run it and see what happens.


Its a trial windows for 90 days. It would give you 3-months of unlimited facebook if it installs. :D

Edited by Salagubang, 20 January 2011 - 06:55 PM.

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I got this:
"Thank you for your interest in Windows 7! The evaluation version you are attempting to download is for IT Professionals only. Click here to learn more about the Windows 7 consumer experience."

So they won't give it to me. Should I try again and just say I am a IT Professional?

Edit: The time and date are current

Edited by Kinyo, 20 January 2011 - 06:56 PM.

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:D (you took computer classes)

Scroll further down the page. The link is in the bottom.
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Haha, Windows 7 Enterprise didn't allow the BlueScreen. A note came up saying "Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown." "Windows can check online for a solution to the problem the next time you go online"

Problem Details:
Problem Signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version : 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.4
Locale ID : 1033

Additional Information about the problem:
BCCode: 1e
BCP1 : FFFFFFFFC0000005
BCP2 : FFFFF800028ACE01
BCP3 : 000000000000000 <- 16 x 0
BCP4 : FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF <- 16 x F
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1

Files that help describe the problem:
C:\Windows\minidump\012011-27050-01.dmp
C:\Users\Roger\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-95925-0.sysdata.xml

Read our privacy statement online:
http://go.microsoft....88&clcid=0x0409

If the online privacy statement is not available, please read our policy statement offline:
C:\Windows\system32\en-US\erofflps.txt

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I hit the button "Check Later" it is either that or "Cancel".

I got Windows Desktop up. We made it. But for how long? 3 months?
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He he.

Practically what it says is if we had a CD (the same version as yours) it would pro'ly worked.

I like you to post the new minidump. And yes, three months to find a solution that is: either we find a CD and and use your key and/or I find the solution somewhere.

In the meantime I'd like you to play with your new OS and tell me if its good. :D
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I am on the PC now, it works great. Best thing of all it is incredibly fast, much faster than my laptop and it feels great.

I downloaded WinRar, and am trying to .rar the minidump but access is denied. Windows 7 Enterprise sort of reminds me of Vista, notifications everywhere asking "You sure you want to do this?" and constantly asking for permissions.

Either way, do you know how to get around it so I can upload the minidump?
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