you say you booted into vista and it worked,then you got the( bsod),is this black screen or blue,also you say you reset the machine ,what do you mean by this?
The blue screen and it's always the blue one. By reset I mean I clicked on restart when Vista actually booted. Sorry should have been clearer.you say you booted into vista and it worked,then you got the( bsod),is this black screen or blue,also you say you reset the machine ,what do you mean by this?
I can't boot to safe mode, I get the same error and blue screen. The error reads:ok,when the blue screen appears what error is it giving?
can you boot in safe mode?
Ok I booted from the disc, however it never loads. I first get a screen with a grey bar filling up saying, Windows is loading files. After that all I get is a screen that says Microsoft Corporation at the bottom with a green loading bar. I've tried this twice on two different disc drives.ok,set your bios to boot from disc,
press any key to boot from disc,let it load.once it has loaded ,click on repair my computer,also that error you are getting is got to do with a driver?you can look at this video ,first try to repair with the disc
Still the same result.remove and reseat the ram, next hold the power button down for 1 minute,then try again with the disc
I have 2 hdd installed. One with XP, one with Vista.OK ,have you 2 hdd installed,or do you have 1 hdd partitioned with xp/vista installed,
Removed the battery and reset the bios. Still the same result with the Vista hdd. Still doesn't detect the XP hdd.have you tried removing the battery and resetting the bios?,this is very strange are you getting the same errrors in xp/vista?
1. Just to update you, I have now been able to run the 'repair windows' feature. It's still running and I've yet to see a result. I'll let you know what happens.here is more options
1 remove the hdd with xp installed and try again with the vista disc,
2 if you have a external hdd case put one of your drives in it ,connect it to another pc,see if you can access your files,now scan the drive for malware,
Nope, still the same blue screen of death after I select safe mode.Ok,reboot now and see can ya boot in safe mode?