Posting from a phone right now because my machine has shut down, and won't boot. For a while it would slooooowly get to the OS and error out after a bit if any programs were actually running, but was fine if nothing at all was happening. Now it seems to get past the very first step of booting up, freeze for a while, and restart. It won't even allow safe mode to start.
The error on the BSOD was "kernel inpage error". Any idea what the hell is wrong with it? I am supposing/hoping it may be memory related and I can just slot in some new RAM.
Also I'm running Windows 7 Professional OEM. Aaaand I can't remember enough of my specs to be that useful. Radeon 4850, Intel 64-bit, I should really have this memorized.
Also, starting from the CD slowly gives me the option to start installing on my
partition, or to run a repair on the Windows 7 install there. Which is weird because here isn't any install there. Memory test did run and find nothing at all.
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Turn off pagefile
reboot to safe mode
schedule a chkdsk /r at next reboot
reboot (and let chkdsk run)
turn page file back on
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If you have Windows Vista or 7, you can hit F8 before Windows boots and hit "Launch Start Up Repair" or something named like that. It will run the chkdsk for you automatically and fix everything.
Standard feature in new Windows - it's very helpful!
Any idea what the hell would cause this? I haven't been juggling the thing, and it's only a year and a bit old.