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Unable to get into my Windows 7


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nesan

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I was trying to debug the blue screen crash this morning. I followed steps mentioned in this post and set the device verifier to exclude anything that says Microsoft Corp. Guess what, I am not able to boot in my PC now. I am only getting Realtek error. The 3 boot options that I have are (1)CD (2)SATA (3)Real tek

I don't have windows CD, and I badly need to get into my PC. Please Please help...
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Hi Nesan :welcome:

You will need to boot into safe mode and disable driver verifier.
http://www.sevenforu...le-disable.html
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Hi Nesan :welcome:

You will need to boot into safe mode and disable driver verifier.
http://www.sevenforu...le-disable.html


thanks for that cute welcome note Rockmilk!
But, how do I enter in safe mode? I tried pressing all function keys (including F8) on the first screen, but it doesn't let me enter into the OS.
I did not get an option for safemode
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Do you have your windows 7 disc?

EDIT: Should have read a little better since you do not have your cd then in your bios disable
(1)CD (3)Real tek These two.Then see if you can get into safemode.

Edited by rockmilk, 19 February 2012 - 02:07 PM.

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I disabled CD and RealTek options. Now I only have SATA: WDC WD...... as boot option.
It is still not booting.

The message that I am getting is "Reboot and select proper boot device or Insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key"
I tried pressing keys , but the same message repeats
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I am going to ask a tech here to look at this for you,sorry I couldnt help.
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I got a windows 7 CD from a friend. Using CD as boot option, I am able to get to 2 options (1) install (2) repair. I tried using repair option, but does not fix the problem. Blue screen keeps coming. I didn't try install option, since the help says I need to back files before installing. Is there anything that I can do now at least to backup my files at this point?
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Try a system restore.Here is a link explaining.
http://www.faultwire...php#recoveryDVD
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