Windows 7 messed up and corrupt stuff!! HELPPP1!!!!1!1!1111

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April 15, 2012 at 22:52:52
Specs: Windows 7 SP2/XP SP3, AMD Phenom II N830 Triple Core
So long story (no punctuation, sorryI have Windows XP and 7 dual booted but one day I was playing the sims on xp then my laptop
Just crashes so I turned it back on but it said ntoskrnl.exe is missing or corrupt so then I booted into 7 and it said it wanted to run chkdsk for my xp drive so I let it run but it said it came up with an error and then it wouldn't respond so I hard reset and it did the same thing except now after it checked xp's disk it wanted to check 7's disk (my 7 disk is about 400 gb) so it was taking FOREVER but I let it run overnight but it was only 10 PERCENT DONE!!! So I hard reset skipped chkdsk except this time boot was very slow and I got temporary user and all these balloons saying stuff is corrupt the computer is now HORIBBLY SLOW now but I fixed temp user but now I tried to boot into 7 except this time it just reset so I got setup disk and I went to the repair your computer screen except it never loads it might be my cd drive but its making me mad. so my current problem is XP says its broken and corrupt, 7 won't load, repair your computer screen on 7 disc not loading and I forgot to menchine that all my personal files are safe but OS files are messed up PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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April 16, 2012 at 04:38:00
If it was just one operating system I would assume the most likely cause is an infection BUT since it is over two operating systems and the repair does not work, I believe that your problem is with your hardware, possibly the hard drive, but MOST likely it is your MEMORY that is the problem.
Run Memtest via a bootable CD (Download ISO image and burn image to CD. Then reset your BIOS to boot from CD/DVD drive first, insert and start.). Let it run through all of the tests unless you get any errors. No errors are acceptable. Rerun test with one stick of memory at a time to verify results and confirm which stick is bad. The test freezing is the same as a fail, but confirm it individually.
Since Memtest does not access the hard drive, you will always want to run it first when you suspect hardware problems, otherwise memory errors could cause other tests to give false readings and possibly cause other problems. If memtest passes all tests, it cannot hurt to let it run through them a second time to be sure. If the memory comes out good, then run your hard drive mfg's hard drive utility via a bootable CD as well.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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April 16, 2012 at 07:01:10
Don't apologize for no punctuation, spelling, paragraphs, etc. Just use them.

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April 17, 2012 at 06:55:16
You can create a bootable USB flash disk with Windows 7 on it on another computer and boot to it if your DVD drive is faulty. Of course, your motherboard should support booting to a USB flash disk. You can now do the repair and all.

CoolGuy


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