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Computer Won't Boot: aswRvrt won't load [Solved]

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Hi.
 
I am trying to boot my HDD to a new tower, as the old one is for disposal [I have all the drivers ready.]
 
It went to the POST ok.
Then it showed the windows splash screen for few seconds, then went to BSD.
 
I tried to reboot in safemode.
It stopped while loading: aswRvrt.sys
 
I reboot it disabling the automatic reboot.
Here is the STOP error code:
 
0x 0000 007B 
(0x 8078 6a58 
0x c000 0034
0x 0000 0000
0x 0000 0000)
 
I googled what could have caused this, and it is obviously the hardware changes. But I could not think of how to install the drivers without booting the HDD. And I could not boot the HDD because of incorrect drivers.
 
I googled how to install the driver, but it seems impossible as slave.
 
I also run a checkdisk [as a slave], then reboot. No change. So as windows repair to no avail.
 
I can access the drive just fine as a slave, but I need to run it as master. Please help. Thank you in advance :)

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Hi do you have multiple hard drives on the system ? If so could you disconnect all bar the main drive and then try to boot

Also do you have a windows CD, if not what flavour of windows do you have and is it 32 or 64 bit
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Thanks for your immediate response Essex :)

 

When I am troubleshooting the HDD that won't boot, the other HDD isn't connected [as to isolate the case].

Though while researching how to overcome this challenge, the other HDD is connected.

 

The OS of the HDD that won't boot is Win 7, 32b. Same with the other HDD.


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Do you have the CD for windows ? If not I will PM the link for a recovery console download

Download the following three programmes to your desktop :


1. Rufus

For 32bit systems
2. Windows 7 RC
3. Farbar Recovery Scan Tool


Insert the USB stick Then run Rufus
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Select the ISO file on the desktop via the ISO icon.

Press Start Burn
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Then copy FRST to the same USB

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Insert the USB into the sick computer and start the computer. First ensuring that the system is set to boot from USB
Note: If you are not sure how to do that follow the instructions Here


When you reboot you will see this although yours will say windows 7.
Click repair my computer
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Select your operating system
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Select Command prompt
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At the command prompt type the following :

notepad and press Enter.
The notepad opens. Under File menu select Open.
Select "Computer" and find your flash drive letter and close the notepad.
In the command window type e:\frst.exe and press Enter
Note: Replace letter e with the drive letter of your flash drive.
The tool will start to run.
When the tool opens click Yes to disclaimer.
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Press Scan button.
It will make a log (FRST.txt) on the flash drive. Please copy and paste it to your reply.
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Thanks Essex :D 

 

I will try this. And yes, I have CD for Windows. 

Be back after I got that FRST report.

 

*Have to produce a clean [usable] FD first xD


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Could you confirm that your BIOS is set to SATA rather than IDE :)


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I did what you instructed, and here's the FRST report.

 

About the BIOS, yes, it is set to SATA [ahci].

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What I will try initially is reset the registry to the last backup, if that fails I will then disable the Avast low level drivers and see how that goes
 
 
 
Download the attached Fixlist.txt to the same location as FRST

Run FRST and press Fix
On completion a log will be generated please post that
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I loaded the fixlist. Then I tried to boot the sick HDD. No go. It is showing the same error message.

Here is the fixlog report.

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OK lets now remove Avast low level drivers. Is there much difference in the hardware between the old and new system ?

Download the attached Fixlist.txt to the same location as FRST

Run FRST and press Fix
On completion a log will be generated please post that
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I am not exactly sure about the hardware specs. Though I used to do this often [switching towers with the same HDD] successfully.

I am not sure about the previous cpu, but this one 64bit compatible.

 

Will proceed to the next fix and will report the results.


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It is just that I was thinking about the chipset on the different MB. However, I am no expert in this area
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I do not know if this is supposed to happen, but the reports nothing.

I tried it twice with the thought that I did it wrong the first time, though the results are the same.

 

Then afterwards, I tried booting the HDD, no change still.

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Could you run a fresh FRST scan please
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Okay. Will do. Thanks Essex for standing by the progress :)


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