Windows 10: Stopcode (BSOD I guess) when booting with HD or USB

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  1.    25 Mar 2017 #11

    axe0 said: View Post
    Why no photo in the front of the screen?
    11a — imgbb.com
    sorry
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       25 Mar 2017 #12

    Looks like it hasn't reached 8 passes yet, 7 passes.

    Could you remove the Micron RAM stick?
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  3.    25 Mar 2017 #13

    I don't know how to and I youtube'd it and it looks a bit technical. . .
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       25 Mar 2017 #14

    Ok, if there are no errors after 8+ passes we'll go from there
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  5.    25 Mar 2017 #15

    axe0 said: View Post
    Ok, if there are no errors after 8+ passes we'll go from there
    11AS — imgbb.com

    9 passes
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       25 Mar 2017 #16

    How old is the laptop itself?

    That WinPE and Windows installation setup aren't stable isn't an issue with the HDD, because the WinPE's use the RAM only.
    This means that there are multiple hardware issues with the laptop.

    I have a nagging feeling the BSOD is happening because the hard drive is still booting simultaneously with the USB drive because you know, that's just how great 10 is.
    Just answering this part.
    The drive may be read by Windows setup and WinPE, but AFAIK it should not cause a BSOD like a 0x23(FAT_FILE_SYSTEM). That is with a HDD that isn't completely dying at least.
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  7.    25 Mar 2017 #17

    axe0 said: View Post
    How old is the laptop itself?

    That WinPE and Windows installation setup aren't stable isn't an issue with the HDD, because the WinPE's use the RAM only.
    This means that there are multiple hardware issues with the laptop.


    Just answering this part.
    The drive may be read by Windows setup and WinPE, but AFAIK it should not cause a BSOD like a 0x23(FAT_FILE_SYSTEM). That is with a HDD that isn't completely dying at least.
    the laptop is 5.6 years old or so. . .
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  •    25 Mar 2017 #18

    Hi! I installed ubuntu in my USB (wow this usb has had so many bootables in the past 2 days).

    I'm here now using the laptop in question.

    I found out that ubuntu has a chkdsk equivalent called fsck. Here's what happened:

    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo parted /dev/sda 'print'
    Model: ATA TOSHIBA MQ01ABD1 (scsi)
    Disk /dev/sda: 1000GB
    Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/4096B
    Partition Table: msdos
    Disk Flags:

    Number Start End Size Type File system Flags
    1 1049kB 210MB 209MB primary ntfs boot
    2 210MB 977GB 977GB primary ntfs
    3 977GB 1000GB 23.3GB primary ntfs
    4 1000GB 1000GB 107MB primary fat32 lba

    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo unmount /dev/sda3
    sudo: unmount: command not found
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo umount /dev/sda2
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo parted /dev/sda 'print'
    Model: ATA TOSHIBA MQ01ABD1 (scsi)
    Disk /dev/sda: 1000GB
    Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/4096B
    Partition Table: msdos
    Disk Flags:

    Number Start End Size Type File system Flags
    1 1049kB 210MB 209MB primary ntfs boot
    2 210MB 977GB 977GB primary ntfs
    3 977GB 1000GB 23.3GB primary ntfs
    4 1000GB 1000GB 107MB primary fat32 lba

    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo umount /dev/sda1
    umount: /dev/sda1: not mounted
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo fsck -mcfv /dev/sda2
    fsck from util-linux 2.27.1
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo fsck -mcfv /dev/2
    fsck from util-linux 2.27.1
    fsck.ext2: invalid option -- 'm'
    Usage: fsck.ext2 [-panyrcdfvtDFV] [-b superblock] [-B blocksize]
    [-I inode_buffer_blocks] [-P process_inode_size]
    [-l|-L bad_blocks_file] [-C fd] [-j external_journal]
    [-E extended-options] device

    Emergency help:
    -p Automatic repair (no questions)
    -n Make no changes to the filesystem
    -y Assume "yes" to all questions
    -c Check for bad blocks and add them to the badblock list
    -f Force checking even if filesystem is marked clean
    -v Be verbose
    -b superblock Use alternative superblock
    -B blocksize Force blocksize when looking for superblock
    -j external_journal Set location of the external journal
    -l bad_blocks_file Add to badblocks list
    -L bad_blocks_file Set badblocks list
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo fsck -mcfv /dev/sda2
    fsck from util-linux 2.27.1
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo fsck -mcfv /dev/sda1
    fsck from util-linux 2.27.1
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo fsck -cfv /dev/sda2
    fsck from util-linux 2.27.1
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo fsck -cfv /dev/sda2sudo fsck -mcfv /dev/sda2
    fsck from util-linux 2.27.1
    fsck.ext2: invalid option -- 'm'
    Usage: fsck.ext2 [-panyrcdfvtDFV] [-b superblock] [-B blocksize]
    [-I inode_buffer_blocks] [-P process_inode_size]
    [-l|-L bad_blocks_file] [-C fd] [-j external_journal]
    [-E extended-options] device

    Emergency help:
    -p Automatic repair (no questions)
    -n Make no changes to the filesystem
    -y Assume "yes" to all questions
    -c Check for bad blocks and add them to the badblock list
    -f Force checking even if filesystem is marked clean
    -v Be verbose
    -b superblock Use alternative superblock
    -B blocksize Force blocksize when looking for superblock
    -j external_journal Set location of the external journal
    -l bad_blocks_file Add to badblocks list
    -L bad_blocks_file Set badblocks list
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$
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  •    25 Mar 2017 #19

    Basically, when i run the fsck command, nothing happens. . .
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    Windows 10 Pro
       25 Mar 2017 #20

    I think that a good option is to replace the laptop.

    Usually the easiest parts to replace are the hard drive and RAM. Since the RAM is fine, the hard drive may not be the only issue and considering the circumstances where testing the other parts is pretty much impossible a good option is replacement.
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