HELP PLEASE LAPTOP WONT BOOT
Posted 31 August 2015 - 03:37 PM
Patrtion num 0 active filesystem type is ntfs partition type 0×07
Patrition time 1,2,3..
Boot bootmgr bootmgr BOOTSECT.BAK grldr sh4ldr System\Volume\information system~1winx.ld
ls /boot/ is the same as quimson
When tried the combination root (hd0,0)>ls /Windows/Boot/PCAT/bootmgr it says file not found then entered with chainloader and again file not found..could you guys,figure it out,cuz i cant
Sorry for bad grammar
Posted 31 August 2015 - 05:34 PM
Posted 31 August 2015 - 05:58 PM
Hey,thanks..at last it worked..seems it goes as dual partition.Sorry for the lame question but how i can get rid of that spyhunter..ive received a warning containing "your DNS settings have been modified.Accept changes or restore original saved settings.
Hard to say, I use the same 10 feet poles I used to NOT touch Vista to NOT touch that crap, but it seems that once you are booted if you mount the (hidden) partition to a drive letter and replace the bootmgr on it with the copy in \Windows\boot\PCAT\ then you can uninstall it alright "normally", see this thread:
starting from here:
Please understand how in that there was only one partition (that was assigned the C: drive letter) involved while in your case you need to open Disk Management and assign a drive letter (let's say the Y: one) to the otherwise not mounted first partition (or if you are familiar with it you can use Mountvol), then the instructions needs to be adapted to the "Y:" drive letter, BUT NOT the contents of the (temporary) BOOT.INI, as in BOOT.INI the C:\ more or less means "on this same drive", i.e. the snippet posted there should NOT be modified and represents a valid BOOT.INI, no matter which drive letter it is assigned to the partition in the fully booted Windows.
Of course if you have some original Windows 7 install media you can instead do a "repair" from CD or USB stick.
If you have doubts, ask for assistance BEFORE risking to potentially lock yourself out of the system.
Posted 02 September 2015 - 11:06 PM
Posted 03 September 2015 - 09:51 AM
If you have , try using the same solution:
I have the same issue.
Though that is aimed to Windows 7, cannot say if Vista has the copy of bootmgr in /windows/boot/pcat/bootmgr. (I doubt it )
The solution basically makes use of a copy of bootmgr which is already present on the disk, if - as I believe - Vista does not have this copy anywhere you need to supply one and write it to disk (as an example booting it from a USB stick or CD/DVD).
The version of bootmgr is not really "relevant" any "later version" (i.e. 7/8/8.1) should do as well besides the original Vista one, you can make a QuickPE 3 like here:
The ls command working (or not) in grub4dos depends on its version, it is likely that an old version has not it working, you can explore as well the filesystem by using a command like "chainloader /" or "find /" and then use [TAB] autocompletion, see:
Posted 31 March 2017 - 06:50 AM
same problem here
when i type grub>
drive 0x80(LBA): C/H/S=121602/255/63,Sector Count/Size=1953536130/512
Partition num: 0, active, Filesystem type is ntfs, partition type 0x07
Partition num: 1, Filesystem type is ntfs, partition type 0x07
Partition num: 2, Filesystem type is ntfs, partition type 0x07
Filesystem type is ntfs, partition type 0x07
Boot bootmgr bootmgr_ BOOTSECT.BAK
BCD BCD.LOG BCD.LOG1 BCD.LOG2 BOOTSTAT.DAT cs-CZ da-DK de-DE el-GR en-US es-ES
fi-FI Fonts fr-FR hu-HUn it-IT ja- JP ko-KR memtest.exe nb-NO nl-NL pl-PL pt-BR
pt-PT ru-RU sv-SE tr-TR zh-CN zh-HK zh-TW
$AttrDef $BadClus $Bitmap $Boot $Extend $LogFile $MFT $MFTMirr $Secure $UpCase
$Volume Boot bootmgr bootmgr_ BOOTSECT.BAK sh4ldr System\ Volume\ Information
Edited by ELSC, 31 March 2017 - 07:27 AM.
Posted 31 March 2017 - 07:25 AM
If I type grub>
Error 15: File not found
Error 15: File not found
Error 8: Kernel must be loaded before booting
Posted 31 March 2017 - 07:45 AM
You have a multi-partition setup.
The (hd0,0) is where the boot files are (as you verified by using ls on that volume).
The actual system will likely be (hd0,1).
find --set-root /Windows/Boot/PCAT/bootmgr
if the file is found go to the "solution", you will need to add a parameter to the chainloader command:
Posted 31 March 2017 - 09:09 AM
ok now i manage to boot the window but somehow the window is damaged by the spyhunter and could not startup the window (i can see the microsoft logo appearing for a moment, thought it was working finally but ..... ) thanks for your helps.
for your information i dont have the disc for the window recovery and the window triggered a window repair process in order to restore the window to its former functuality (with the network is working). after a long time of processing the report said it is a fail to repair.
problem event name : startup repair offline
problem signature 01: 6.1.7600.16385
problem signature 02: 6.1.7600.16385
problem signature 03: unknown
problem signature 04: 1715
problem signature 05: Auto Failover
problem signature 06: 1
problem signature 07: No Root Cause
OS Version : 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033
Any ideal what to do next?
Posted 31 March 2017 - 02:45 PM
I doubt that spyhunter (crap as it might be) caused any further damage to the OS install, it is possible that the cause is *something else*, possibly a hard disk issue (maybe limited to the filesystem and thus hopefully solvable by running a thorough ChkDisk, or maybe not).
Your next step is to procure an appropriate install disc, you can download an original one from MS servers (if your OS is the "full" version):
or possibly procure one from the laptop manufacturer (if "OEM" version).
Then the system needs to be checked (running ChkDisk should be the first thing to do) and then the problem troubleshooted (troubleshot), sometimes it is a minor thing that can easily be fixed, sometimes you can use System Restore, in some cases you may want to make a "repair install":
no way to know in advance.
Posted 31 March 2017 - 06:18 PM
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