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If you expect your HDD is physically damaged one way to start the CRC check is to go to the properties of your HDD and ask for a check. Proposed as answer by barrytsmith Monday, October 18, 2010 11:14 PM Friday, February 15, 2008 6:05 PM 0 Sign in to vote This is FUBAR!I'm running Vista Ultimate 32bitI thinik Auto yea. Thursday, September 18, 2008 10:06 AM 0 Sign in to vote FabianRuss how did you get access to format?  With the crcdisk stall I was not able to access the hard http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-64-bit-error-8007045d-when-try-to-install-or-download-vista-service-pac.html

Switch on the system and as soon as the Windows OS is loaded you will be greeted by a blank screen for a very long time which would indicate the system Most computer use lately has been for entertainment, as opposed to maintenance and backup._________________ Ultima Ratio Regum doug white Nov 22, 2009, 11:47pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private I tried repairing and claim was that problem got fixed (system config was corrupt or something like that). Also, Firefox said it was closed unexpectedly. go to this web-site

automatically fix errors... hi it's an acer aspire desktop running vista premium. It came with windows xp. Jimbo March 22, 2014 at 2:55 am · · Reply → For me a "restore to factory default" in BIOS fixed it even though my time was not corrupted.

Thank you. This is the closest solution I found to my problem, but I didn't have Acronis. It can not explain the crash on the 29th of February! Yeah, did that already, most involves reformat.

Freezes at. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: How to Fix crcdisk.sys. a 4 delete.   Ran onother chkdsk - right click on hdd ... Blue screen that says Atikmdag.sys.

To that end, I expect that some part of the root causes probably is a transient hardware issue with some people. and it had a problem with raid... RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows Vista vista crash - crcdisk.sys error (62 posts) Started 5 years ago I guess what I want to know is is there a way to isolate the driver conflict that is preventing vista from loading.Click to expand...

Reason Jun 14, 2008, 01:01pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List Edited: Jun 14, 2008, 01:10pm EDT >>Re: Vista takes 10 https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/how-to-fix-crcdisk-sys-534855/ with Tam's situation, this gives you a starting point to trying to figure out what may be happening..... my email: color_light_vn@yahoo.com Saturday, January 03, 2009 11:31 AM 0 Sign in to vote Yep, I just had the fun process of reformatting and reinstalling on my Vostro 1700 and I i have tried and failed starting my laptop from the safe modes (with command prompt and network) and the normal mode.

If it hangs when running chkdsk, that suggests a hardware issue. http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-sp1-rc.html This is my second attempt at getting Vista to work, and I'm not real impressed. I think that a virus got in and renamed that drive c: to drive x: does anyone have any suggestions or do you kno0w what the viruse might be. I'm the type of tech guy that "beats the odds" frequently, and I can fix something by trying several different strategies.  On this one, if you try the Startup Repair with

I have the Dell Vostro 1700 and change the new HDD (old HDD is formated) then I Install the system from "install Reinstall DVD Windows Vista Home Basic 32 BIT" disc You will find that after few scrolls the windows OS will be stuck at crcdisk.sys file.  This indicates there is some problem with the crcdisk.sys file which may have been corrupted. In the process it will mark any sectors as bad as appropriate. navigate here said: By the way....

And so on.I don't have a Vista disk since the computer came with Vista.Is there any OTHER solution aside from completely restoring the system? mand0126 Sunday, July 06, 2008 4:43 AM 0 Sign in to vote mand0126:  If you are not familiary with DOS commands your best bet may be to find someone to help thanks Saturday, July 05, 2008 2:46 AM 0 Sign in to vote Your problem might be solved if you can get a restore on the last system update.

But can access everything.

  1. With the volume of problems that I'm seeing being reported "about it" and the lack of official knowledge base articles about it, I have two suppositions: It just happens to be
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  3. Failedatrepair or something was on the advanced tab.
  4. I wa smost happy to have my computer fixed via the phone. I however, found a system restore point...U sed u have no system restore points?*turn on computer.*keep clicking F10.* click system
  5. Any clue? #1 Epic Fail, Feb 5, 2008 Loading...
  6. NoOSinstalled on one part.
  7. maybe mark.
  8. Normal startup/app loading is what I expected based on what I'd heard before I tried it and this older hardware, and well acceptable.
  9. I ran hard drive diagnostic test with Lenovo's rescue package and it came out clean.

Sony is pretty picky about those restore DVDs so let's use the ones from Sony.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer What type of hard disk? I HATE VISTA doug white >Re: Vista takes 10 minutes A friends laptop primarily used for facebook and internet thats it.     Got given the machine that would not boot. If you get this error try it out leave it as it is in frozen mode and windows should fix by itself, try it, if it does not work you always

Please try the request again. Monday, August 18, 2008 11:00 PM 0 Sign in to vote I too have had this problem, googled it and found this thread ref the hanging bars.   After spending 2 but only with my free laptop that I dont use... his comment is here Even after searching thousands of blogs and website, I could not find this same solution anywhere else on the internet.

All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? my date/time were completely off (13th month and 29th hour of the day). maybe XP to Vista may cause the problem with certain types of computers..But The above solution may fix it for you.. Any Ideas?

In the DOS Prompt, I accidently deleted the files within the folder windows/system32/config/. I say try this to see if this works normally.. I've spent some time looking into this problem and so I have included 5 other solutions here that other people have used to their success, I haven't tried them yet but The technicians told me not to install vista again until the service pack was out.is there a way i can get the data out ?

However, problem wasn't gone as I still couldn't boot.Problem itself had appeared suddenly -- few time. I am using Windows Vista 64 bit and I have faced this problem few number of times thanks to the power outage that is common in India. Saturday, April 11, 2009 3:59 AM 0 Sign in to vote Some advice: Had this happen to a newer laptop. No hardware upgrade before it borked, only did a Ram upgrade when I first got it.