While running protools recently I had a system crash. This happens typically if I forget to shut off ProTools and the computer goes into standby/sleep mode. The few times that it has happened in the past, I have been able to repair it using a number of the self repair options in the boot menus. However, this time I was unable to do so with those options.
My next step seems to be to use the Windows repair disk to repair it that way. However, after trying this i'm getting an error message saying that the version of windows I am trying to repair is not the same as the one on the disk. This is definitely not true as it's the disk that came with my system. I read somewhere that trying to disable the HDD and all other drives in the bios would circumvent that problem. A number of people had this work for them so I gave it a try, but to no avail. It is possible that I did not do it right as I am not as familiar with the Asia UEFI bios.
To sum up, system crashed and can't boot
Can't get into safe mode
Can't use system restore or snapshot
Can't use startup repair
Can't get windows repair disk to work
if anyone else could provide any solutions to this it would be fantastic, I would really rather not reinstall windows.