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W7 64Bit bootloop

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Hi all,

I can't logon on my W7 64Bit PC because of bootloop.


Last time I can logon, a box appeared. It shows "aswrvrt.sys error" or something. I don't know what it is, so i decide to run chkdsk and restart my PC.

After boot logo, then "Starting Windows" screen, it back to boot logo again, and "Starting Windows" screen again, continuously.

Then I enter PC Recovery Mode.

I tried to use Startup Repair. It completed after 2 hours, and I restart it, but the bootloop happens again.

I tried to use System Restore but System Restore error.

I tried Safe Mode, but after Windows load "aswrvrt.sys", the bootloop happens again.


Then I found this forum. On a topic, i realize that "aswrvrt.sys" is a process from Avast.

I copied FRST64 and fixlist.txt (from this forum) on my USB Disk. I ran FRST64 and click "Fix".

I restarted my PC but the bootloop happens again.


Please help.

(I attached FIXLOG.TXT and FRST.TXT here)

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