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Registry errors and BSOD

Last response: in Windows 7
May 8, 2010 1:11:49 PM

The first time I installed win 7 on my new built computer everything was working fine. I've installed some software for some reason I get a BSOD once, Disk boot failure once, Registry error. I use a windows me booth up disk. I would usually use fdisk to delete the partition and reinstall win7 again. Is there a way for me to create a boot disk for win 7 using my flash drive?

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a b $ Windows 7
May 9, 2010 5:37:57 AM

if you are going to do a reinstall, to do a clean install of win7, (and upgrading is NOT recommended), backup(or make copies) of all your important data, download The Ultimate Boot CD, burn to a disk, Boot from The Ultimate Boot CD, choose hard drive tools, then wipe( one pass zero's, the 3rd one down I think)you have to destroy the ntldr.dll in the MBR, and format will not do this, wipe the drive and then reboot with your Win7 disk in Drive, and install
a b $ Windows 7
May 9, 2010 11:47:33 PM


Have you attempted to boot from Safe Mode? Does your computer BSOD on a SM boot?

Have you also considered using the Windows 7 DVD and performing a Start Up Repair?


Microsoft Windows Client Team