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Hello, i have a issue a few days ago i went to turn on my laptop it started and as the windows thing was spinning it stopped and i got a blue screen i tried startup repair system restore and recovery managment and NOTHING worked plz help

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You got the famous and common 7b code, the worst to get as far as I am concerned with Win 7.

It most often occurs to XP and Vista.

7b means that Windows can not locate the partition or the start-up reader

Did you create a new partition ? Add a new disk ? Update the disk contrôler or moved Windows on to another disk?

Did you change your motherboard?

Did you install anything before the problem occured?

Last, the problem may be caused by a virus, in which case Windows must be reinstalled.

In the previous cases, changes must be undoned or reinstall Windows.

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do u have any idea on how to reinstall without disk im probaly screwed
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or not being able to enter window (even more screwed)
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Hi

On the blue screen, what is or was the 10 caracter code beginning with 0x? It's essential to know to pinpoint the issue.
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it said stop:0x000007B (0xFFFFF880009A98E8,0xFFFFFFFFC000000D,0x0000000000000000,0x0000000000000000
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What is your OS?
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windows 7 not sure what edition
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probily home
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I have no idea on how you can reinstall without disk.

You are a member, I suggest that you contact Bionik by private message, he is online now, he is a moderator and savy. Drop him a line and ask him to have a look at this thread giving him the url.
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Method 1: Reinstalling Your Computer's Display Drivers

1.Turn off your computer. Power it up again. Press "F8" as the computer boots up. A boot menu will appear.

2.Select "Safe Mode" from the list of options. Click "Yes" on the next menu to start your machine in Safe Mode. Right-click "Start" once the computer boots up. Click "Properties."

3.Select the "Device Manager" option under the "Hardware" tab in the window that appears. Find the "Display Adapter" icon. Right-click on it and select "Uninstall." Select the display driver from its location on your computer when prompted. The display driver will be reinstalled. Restart the computer when prompted. Proceed to the next section if the blue screen appears again.

Method Two: Find and Delete Corrupt Files
1.Find the name of the file that caused the error within the blue screen message. It is located at the end of the line of text beginning with "The problem seems to be caused by the following file." Note the file name.

2.Turn off your computer. Boot it up again and press "F8" to enter the boot menu a second time. Start the computer in Safe Mode.

3.Click "Start" once the computer boots up. Open the "Search" window and type the name of the file you wrote down from the blue screen error message. Ensure the "All Files and Folders" option and the "Search Hidden Files and Folders" option under the "Advanced" tab are checked.

4.Type the name of the file into the "Search" bar. Right-click on the file when it appears in the box and choose the "Open Containing Folder" option. The folder that contains the corrupt file will open on your screen. Right-click on it and choose "Delete." Open the computer's Recycle Bin, right-click on the deleted file and select "Delete" again.

5.Restart your machine to fix the blue screen error.