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Currently, when I try to boot the computer, normal, any of the safe modes, or last known settings, I get a blue screen.

I have a HD with the OS, and a RAID pair of HDs for storage. BIOS is set to only boot from the main HD. If I disconnect the RAID pair, the computer is able to boot up, but once the RAID pair is reconnected, I get a blue screen when trying to boot windows. I don't have boot disks, but it seems like the computer is able to boot, just that theres something on the secondary HDs that is causing a crash on boot up.

Drives were working perfectly fine yesterday, as I was running programs off of them. I then realized I had the redirect virus, and had to update MBAM which force reset my computer, and rendered it inoperative. It might be a virus problem, but I can't even get access to the drives to try and deal with it.
 

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Re: Bluescreen on Safemode

Solved. Somehow, TDSKiller on the primary drive made the secondary drives work again. Virus must have caused some compatibility issues.
 

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Re: Bluescreen on Safemode

glad you solved your problem and thanks for posting the solution. :wave:
 
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