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Win 7 error 0x45d

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October 26, 2011 1:41:10 AM

Hello,
new laptop can i get product key from system somewhre? and where can i get win7 to reinstall from?

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October 26, 2011 2:04:23 AM

kenny58 said:
Hello,
new laptop can i get product key from system somewhre? and where can i get win7 to reinstall from?



Your Post title suggest you are getting BSOD. With the full stop code, you can enter it into the search box at the following link to see what it refers to:
http://pcsupport.about.com/od/findbyerrormessage/tp/sto...

Product Key: No way to know you are the legit owner, so can't help you.

Download: Contact Microsoft or where you purchased Computer
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October 26, 2011 3:59:52 AM

ksiemb said:
Your Post title suggest you are getting BSOD. With the full stop code, you can enter it into the search box at the following link to see what it refers to:
http://pcsupport.about.com/od/findbyerrormessage/tp/sto...

Product Key: No way to know you are the legit owner, so can't help you.

Download: Contact Microsoft or where you purchased Computer

Thanks, I bought laptop from Harvey Normans in Bunbury, no disc supplied CA anti Virus say I have hardware probs? system works ok in safe mode still slow as to respond,had error 0x45d i think that was gadgets prob so i have enabled this. also done two clean wipes then works ok for couple shut downs then back to slow response when keying! got me buggered
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October 26, 2011 6:49:40 AM

kenny58 said:
Thanks, I bought laptop from Harvey Normans in Bunbury, no disc supplied CA anti Virus say I have hardware probs? system works ok in safe mode still slow as to respond,had error 0x45d i think that was gadgets prob so i have enabled this. also done two clean wipes then works ok for couple shut downs then back to slow response when keying! got me buggered



1) Error 0x45d: That is an I/O device error - most likely your hard drive.
Even though you said you did "clean wipes" (I assume you mean formatted drive and reinstalled the OS) and works ok for a couple of ?? (unknown if minutes or days), Windows is eventually trying to recover from accessing or writing to bad sectors on the disk.

Suggest you run: chkdsk /r from command prompt, and also any hardware diagnostic tool supplied by the HD Manufacturer. You can run a utility called speccy to find all system info, including hard drive Mfg / model no.

http://www.filehippo.com/download_speccy
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November 2, 2011 12:36:50 AM

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