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aswrvrt.sys problem


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madonnaddio

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hi
i have a problem , my notebook cant start even in safe mode and freeze while loading at aswrvrt.sys . i already searched on internet and on this forum to solve it

this is a user with the same problem http://www.geekstogo...-locks-at-boot/

well i have already created a usb (with rufus) boot from OTLPEStd.exe (from the iso in that file) and , after setting external device as first choice where the pc should search a os , i plugged in the usb . unfortunatly i waited 1 hour but nothing happened (in your post u talk about a cup of tea ,well i could make tea for 100 friends in that time but now im finishing my friends )... black screen nothing happens...some advice ?


ty

ps: here a same request :http://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=147732.0

(some1 has use ctrl-c ctrl v xD)
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ok i already did the steps this is the .txt log file of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool

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Hi there, looking at the FRST log could you confirm that you ran it from the windows 7 recovery console (repair my PC option)

If so from the recovery console select the command prompt option and type in the following command :

chkdsk c: /r

Once it has completed try a normal boot
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problem solved u answered me in another forum xD ty again
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Ah I must be a man of many parts... Was this on the Avast forum ?
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