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

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No problem it is bucketing it down with rain here :)


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Here's the FRST report.

 

I would love for it to rain here xD 

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All Avast low level drivers have gone so that worked

 

Have you tried a startup repair ? 

 

If you have then run SFC in the offline mode from the command prompt :

 

sfc /scannow /offbootdir=y:\ /offwindir=c:\windows


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I have earlier. Should I try again?

I will run SFC in offline mode, then will report the results :)


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I run the startup repair. It showed the same error message: Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically.

 

Then I run SFC in offline mode, though I changed drive letter where windows is: C to H.

The result says: Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them.

It also mentioned that there is a CBS log and where I can find it. I checked the CBS log but it is not updated.

 

NOTE: I cut it from 2014 only because the uploader says the file was too big.

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OK so it does not appear to be drivers or system files .. 

 

How many sticks of RAM do you have ?  If two could you remove one and try a boot.

If that fails then remove the other stick and try again  

 

At the moment the stops are reporting an Unbootable device

 

If the RAM is OK then you could try Chkdsk C: /r next


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I only have one physical RAM.

Should I proceed with the chkdsk using the system repair, or the drive I'm currently using [the non affected drive] will do?


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Use it from the working drive as it will be offline


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Thanks for all the help Essex. Will proceed to chkdsk :D


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I run the chkdsk successfully. 

Then I tried to boot the disk again, still no go.

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Starting to run out of ideas now ... Does safe mode stop on mup.sys now ?
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Is it too much? I'm sorry about that ><

 

It went pass mup.sys.

It stopped at classpup.sys


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OK time to do a little research :)
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Same here. It didn't come to me that the file where the loading stops will change.


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OK from the Safe mode menu (without the CD ) select "Debugging Mode"
Let me know if that boots
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