Friday, February 08, 2013 6:12 AM
I have an odd Windows 7 Ultimate issue, my system has "protected itself" no matter what changes I make to settings, no matter to what I delete/Uninstall/Install, I reboot the computer Windows goes back to the way it was.
How my issue started: I put the comuter to sleep for the night, and it turned itself back on, I put it again to sleep and again it turned itself back on so I pressed and held the power button to turn it off for the night. I know it can damage some windows files but repair startup files usually fixes any errors which can come up.
I was running a couple programs and I started to get some BSODs System_Service_Exception, 0x0000003B, and Dxgkrnl.sys
All my research has come up with a problem with the nvidia drivers so I have tried to remove/install etc. I have tried safe mode, I have done regular windows in Administrator login and uninstalled the latest version, restarted and the system has reset everything to the way it was. I have tried MS Config, disabled everything on startup, disabled Windows System Restore and again restart and the system has re-enabled everything and undid all the changes I have made.
I have run Norton Antivirus 2012 which is fully updated and nothing other than a few cookies was found, I have run Hijack this and nothing other than the standard windows and main programs running.
I have tried to access the Windows Memory Diagnostic off my CD and or Advanced Startup menu and upon restart the comp it just loads windows as normal there for I cant run it, and I havent had any success with Memtest due to setting issues.
My system specs are:
Windows 7 Ultimate
Intel Core2Quad Q6700
Ram: 4 GB Kingston HyperX
MSI 560TI video Card
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what has happened to Windows 7 and or why/how windows has locked itself some how? My last option I can think of atm is a format and wipe the drive clean and do a fresh install but I'd like to keep that as a last resort if possible. Any suggestions and comments would be appreciated.
Saturday, February 09, 2013 10:50 AM
Are you logging in as admin/owner user? Do you have multiple user accounts?
What happens when you remove NVIDIA drivers and run without them using stock windows drivers?
I would start with removing the drivers assuming the answer to my first question is in the affirmative...
- Marked As Answer by Tracy CaiMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator Thursday, February 14, 2013 2:21 AM
Sunday, February 10, 2013 3:43 PM
i think it is done because your
1.you not properly install your os in your system
2.your system is infected with virus.
3.it maybe your os is not genuine.
its solution is::
with the help of antivirus remove the virous.
simply format your system and reinstall win7 ultimate in your system.
love is rock!!!
Monday, February 11, 2013 3:28 AMModerator
Sunday, February 17, 2013 3:03 AMSorry it took a few days, I have tired logging into the administrator account and done all that stuff no change, I have tried running registry cleaners, SpyBot, Hyjack this etc, and still the same efftect, which got me thinking if deleting registry entries isnt changing windows then there is a big problem since the registry basically runs the computer etc. So I tried breaking down and formatting the hard drive, and guess what, I deleted the partition, wiped the HD and all the information comes back and still boots into the troubbled windows. So I currently have a spair HD that I have installed Windows and I have that computer back up and running other than a few minor programs I can do here and there, all I am left with is trying to do a permanent wipe/format on that one problem SSD so it can be used again like it should. I'm think on maybe trying a Low Level Format utilitility as my last hope otherwise unless you guys have any sugestions, I'll have to contact Kingston (the manufacturer) and see what they suggest.