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    Unhappy Windows 7 Ultimate x64 - Will not boot

    Good day,
    I'm having a major problem with my Latitude E6510.
    I am unable to boot to any type of Safe Mode or Last good known config; booting from the Windows 7 x64 recovery disk gives me the following error messages:

    AT REPAIR:
    Session Details:
    System Disk = \Device\Harddisk0
    Windows dir = C:\Windows
    AutoChk Run = 0
    Number of root causes = 1

    #from this on everything shows an error code of = 0x0

    Root Case Found:
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    Unknown Bugcheck: Bugcheck f4. Parameters = 0x3, 0xfffffa8007fbc6f0, 0xfffffa8007fbc9d0, 0xfffff80003187660.

    Repair action: System files integrity check and repair
    Result: Failed. Error code = 0xa





    AT BOOT:
    Starting Windows...............
    --BSOD:
    --0X000000000F4 0X000000000000000000003, etc

    "Windows cannot repair this computer automatically"


    I am able to view all the data if attached to a different computer.

    Any and all help is very much appreciated,

    -DiTO

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    I have had read some reports that this is caused by a virus. So probably the first action would be to run an antivirus emergency bootdisk and see if solves the issue. One such option would be the command line utility in the Emsisoft emergency toolkit: http://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/eek/
    Last edited by ruirib; 2012-04-15 at 13:51. Reason: typo

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    0xF4:
    WinDbg Help File Entry:

    The CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION bug check has a value of 0x000000F4. This indicates that a process or thread crucial to system operation has unexpectedly exited or been terminated.
    When added to the Repair diagnosis:
    Quote Originally Posted by ditoh1 View Post
    Repair action: System files integrity check and repair
    It looks like it could be a malware problem. As you can connect it to another machine, copy all vital data over before deciding which route to take - attempt repair or flatten and reinstall.

    You might try repeating the last Known Good several more times - though this may only load the older Registry backups, not any System files that might be damaged.

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    Unhappy

    Thank you both.
    I have ran both SAV 12.5 and MalwareBytes, and haven't found anythin; also, have tried restoring to the last good known configuration and still no luck.

    Any other ideas before I call it a lost cause?

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    You do not have access to the System Restore option, when booting from the System Repair Disk?

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    Yes, I do, but although the restore completes, the system does not boot.
    The restore image was taken 3 hours before the system went down for good.

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    You have a single restore point or when you are talking about "restore image", you mean something else?

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