I've had Windows 7 since the release date, but for some reason it has stopped working. I can start up my PC, but at the login screen it crashes (sometime bluescreen, sometimes not). I tried safe mode, debug mode, CD-boot, system repair, but it just crashes when I get past the part where Windows does some basic starting.
The problem started today, I went downstairs to get some breakfast, and when I came back my PC was restarting. Then I tried starting it again, but it crashed on the login screen (blue screen). At that point I was able to get into safe mode, but for some reason I'm not able to do that either anymore.
Then I tried "Optimized settings" in my BIOS, and now it sais "Operating system missing". I already tried booting from the CD. I went into command prompt in the "repair PC" screen, and tried:
But all with no luck. It did find my OS tho on the C partition, but for some reason it said "Element not found" on fixboot.
Does anyone have a clue what could fix my problem?
Windows 7 Ultimate
Intel Core i7 920
Corsair Triple3X Dominator 6GB DDR3-1866 CL9 triple kit
Club 3D Radeon HD5870
1. Dell 2408WFP. 2. Iiyama ProLite E431S. 3. Sony TV
1. 1920x1200. 2. 1280x1024. 3. ?x?
2x WD Caviar Black 500GB (RAID 0)
1x OCZ Vertex 60GB SSD
Cooler Master CM690
Logitech G15 v2
Okay, it's weird, but the entire problem is fixed. The missing operating system message came from loading the "Optimized defaults" in the BIOS, which disabled the RAID. When I enabled the RAID again, the operating system was found again. What is weird tho, is that it also doesn't crash on login anymore... Strange.