Loop: System Thread Exception Not Handled, Bad System Config Info

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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #21

    JeffFinnan said:
    I used Kyhi boot rescue. Works nicely

    I have backed up files from the boot drive two ways in two places.

    • I used Acronis to back up files as .tib onto a portable hard drive as well as one of the other hard drives on the troubled PC. During the Acronis backup I got a number of Failed to read from sector ‘number’ early on and then towards the end. I wrote a bunch of the numbers down but then checked ignore all.

    • I also just file copied the disk to the same drives. During this I got Can’t read file or disk for SOFTWARE, intelnit.pnf, SRUDB.dat. A few files required Administrative permission. I could not figure how to get that. Also there were some files that had names that were too long.

    How was Acronis used?
    To make a backup image?

    Macrium is displayed on Kyhi boot rescue desktop.
    See the links for creating a backup image.

    The tests displayed failure with bad blocks for the Samsung SSD 950.
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  2. Posts : 54
    Windows 10 64 Version 10.0.18363.628
    Thread Starter
       #22

    zbook said:
    How was Acronis used?
    To make a backup image?
    I just made a back up of files, a .tib file.

    zbook said:
    Macrium is displayed on Kyhi boot rescue desktop.
    See the links for creating a backup image.
    Yes, I see it. I just checked it out. A question I have is what should I image. There all these choices:
    Attachment 264412

    Macrium chose all for the boot SSD. Do I do all of them?


    zbook said:
    The tests displayed failure with bad blocks for the Samsung SSD 950.
    Yes. What are the implications of imaging the drive?

    Again, Thanks.
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  3. Posts : 38,658
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #23

    The files are backed up by copy and paste.
    This allows a clean install.

    A Macrium backup image allows you to restore the image when there is drive failure if you have an image before hardware failure.

    This typically takes < 1 hour and often < 30 minutes.
    In contrast copy and paste can take 12 to 36 hours depending on the size of the drive and its speed.

    The Sea Tools for Windows reported a long generic fail.
    This test is equivalent to the testing accepted by computer manufacturer's for Warranty replacement.

    The HD Tune test displayed bad blocks.

    Both HD Tune and HD Sentinel displayed problems with SMART results.
    These are used to predict drive failure.

    For Macrium questions please open a thread in https://www.tenforums.com/backup-restore/
    a) how to plan it when replacing a disk drive
    b) how to confirm the backup image has been created properly and can be used to restore the image
    c) how to restore the image
    etc.
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  4. Posts : 54
    Windows 10 64 Version 10.0.18363.628
    Thread Starter
       #24

    I finally threw in the towel, went nuclear option, install a fresh Windows 10. Thanks all.

    Recovering SSD with bad blocks?
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