Cannot Resolve Boot Loop with "REGISTRY ERRORS" Stopcode.

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  1. Posts : 23,878
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       08 Jan 2019 #11

    Save the Kyhi boot rescue flash drive in case it can be used at another time.

    Find a flash drive that you can format ( > or = 8 GB)

    On a working computer create a bootable Ubuntu flash drive:
    Create a bootable USB stick on Windows | Ubuntu tutorials

    Backup all important files to another drive or to the cloud:
    Linux to the rescue! How Ubuntu can help a computer in distress | PCWorld

    Open a browser > download and install HD Sentinel: Hard Disk Sentinel - Free Linux version
    Post an image of the tab results into the thread

    Plan to clean install windows after all important files are backed up and the drive has been tested:

    Download Windows 10
    Download Windows 10 ISO File | Tutorials
    Clean Install Windows 10 | Tutorials
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  2.    10 Jan 2019 #12

    Hi,

    So I downloaded Ubuntu to my USB and ran HDSentinel and got these results. It seems that it doesn't catch the drive when it runs. However, I can see the drive and the contents in my desktop. HDSentinel output is quoted below and screenshot of the drive is attached:

    Hard Disk Sentinel for LINUX console 0.17x64.8556 (c) 2017 info@hdsentinel.com
    Start with -r [reportfile] to save data to report, -h for help

    Examining hard disk configuration ...

    HDD Device 0: /dev/sda
    HDD Model ID : Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB
    HDD Serial No: S3PTNF0JB31739K
    HDD Revision : EMT03B6Q
    HDD Size : 476940 MB
    Interface : S-ATA Gen3, 6 Gbps
    Temperature : 25 C
    Highest Temp.: 44 C
    Health : 100 %
    Performance : 100 %
    Power on time: 96 days, 8 hours
    Est. lifetime: more than 1000 days
    Total written: 1.71 TB
    The status of the solid state disk is PERFECT. Problematic or weak sectors were not found.
    No actions needed.

    HDD Device 1: /dev/sdb
    HDD Model ID : SanDisk Ultra
    HDD Serial No: 4C530203400123102413
    HDD Revision : 2.01
    HDD Size : 15266 MB
    Interface : SCSI
    Temperature : Unknown C
    Highest Temp.: Unknown C
    Health : Unknown %
    Performance : Unknown %
    Power on time:
    Est. lifetime:

    HDD Device 2: /dev/sdc
    HDD Model ID : TOSHIBA HDWE150
    HDD Serial No: 9753KJO9F57D
    HDD Revision : FP2A
    HDD Size : 4769307 MB
    Interface : S-ATA Gen3, 6 Gbps
    Temperature : 31 C
    Highest Temp.: 40 C
    Health : 100 %
    Performance : 100 %
    Power on time: 96 days, 5 hours
    Est. lifetime: more than 1000 days
    The hard disk status is PERFECT. Problematic or weak sectors were not found and there are no spin up or data transfer errors.
    No actions needed.

    HDD Device 3: /dev/sdd
    HDD Model ID : ST2000DM006-2DM164
    HDD Serial No: Z4Z834PC
    HDD Revision : CC26
    HDD Size : 1907729 MB
    Interface : S-ATA Gen3, 6 Gbps
    Temperature : 26 C
    Highest Temp.: 40 C
    Health : 100 %
    Performance : 100 %
    Power on time: 94 days, 22 hours
    Est. lifetime: more than 1000 days
    The hard disk status is PERFECT. Problematic or weak sectors were not found and there are no spin up or data transfer errors.
    No actions needed.

    HDD Device 4: /dev/sde
    HDD Model ID : Samsung Flash Drive
    HDD Serial No: ?
    HDD Revision : 1100
    HDD Size : 122376 MB
    Interface : SCSI
    Temperature : Unknown C
    Highest Temp.: Unknown C
    Health : Unknown %
    Performance : Unknown %
    Power on time:
    Est. lifetime:
    Click image for larger version. 

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  3. Posts : 23,878
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       10 Jan 2019 #13

    If files are backed up then see if you can clean install Windows.

    Then the drive can be tested with various Windows software.

    HD Sentinel (free or trial edition): Hard Disk Sentinel - HDD health and temperature monitoring
    Samsung Magician: SSD Tools Software | Download | Samsung V-NAND SSD | Samsung Semiconductor Global Website
    HD Tune: (free or trial edition): https://www.hdtune.com/


    Clean Install Windows 10 | Tutorials
    Download Windows 10
    Download Windows 10 ISO File | Tutorials
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  4.    10 Jan 2019 #14

    Thanks!

    Is there a way to back up the drive similar to what I'm guessing Macrium would do? If possible, I would like to back up the entire drive to another and then browse through the files when (and if) the clean install of Win 10 works as I don't remember if I have any one-off odd but important files on there.

    I looked at Clonezilla and I'm not sure that would work but I wanted to see what you would recommend. My OS SSD is an ADATA brand (not sure if brand matters in this case).
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  5. Posts : 23,878
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       10 Jan 2019 #15

    Possible methods to backup files:
    a) Kyhi boot rescue > macrium or copy and paste users folders
    b) Ubuntu > copy and paste users folders
    c) Windows 10 iso > custom install
    d) move the drive to another computer or HD enclosure > copy and paste users folders
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  6.    3 Weeks Ago #16

    Sorry for the delay, I couldn't tackle this until now unfortunately.

    I've backed up my files and I try to reinstall Windows again. When I get to the screen to install and delete the existing partition on my SSD, I get the following error code: 0x80070001. If I try to Formate the existing partition, I get the error code: 0x80042428.

    In command prompt, I tried diskpart and used clean on the partition. I got the error:

    DiskPart has encountered an error: Incorrect Function.
    See the System Event Log for more information.
    I tried attributes disk clear readonly but that errored with a "DiskPart failed to clear disk attributes." I tried formatting with format quick and I get the error "Virtual Disk Service Error: The file system is incompatible."

    I also booted up Ubuntu from the USB and tried using sudo parted /dev/sda and rm 0 on the drive, which removed my ability to see it in Ubuntu but booting back to Windows shows it still there (so I'm guessing I did it wrong).

    Are there any other ways to format the drive? Or could this be a bad drive? Thanks so much!
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  7. Posts : 23,878
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       3 Weeks Ago #17

    See if you can borrow or purchase a HD enclosure....they are typically < $20.00 then move the drive from the problematic computer into the HD enclosure and connect the HD enclosure to any working computer.

    Test the drive using several drives tests:

    1) HD Tune (free edition)
    https://www.hdtune.com/
    a) Health (SMART)
    b) Benchmark
    c) Full error scan

    HD Sentinel (free or trial edition)
    Hard Disk Sentinel - HDD health and temperature monitoring
    Post images of the overview, temperature, and smart tabs

    Sea Tools for Windows
    Post an image of long generic scan
    http://www.seagate.com/support/downl...ls-win-master/
    How to use SeaTools for Windows | Seagate Support


    See if you can find some flash drives that you can format and create these on a working computer so that they can test the problematic computer drive:
    a) Macrorit disk scan:
    Download Macrorit Disk Scanner Portable 4.3.0
    b) Crystal Disk:
    Download Portable CrystalDiskInfo 8.0.0

    Once the drive is in a HD enclosure and it passes drive testing it should be able to be formatted.
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  8. Ztruker's Avatar
    Posts : 7,241
    Windows 10 Pro X64 1809 17763.292
       3 Weeks Ago #18

    Suggestion. Disconnect all drives except the SSD you are installing to. Takes the other drives out of the picture and protects them from inadvertent harm.

    You are booting from a Windows 10 installation flash drive, correct?

    At the first screen, press Shift+F10 to open a Command Prompt window.
    Enter these commands
    diskpart
    list disk
    sel disk #
    (# is your SSD installing to. Should be the only one other than the flash drive)
    detail disk (
    Take a picture with your phone in case needed later)
    clean (this will delete all partitions on the SSD leaving a unallocated drive)
    exit (to leave diskpart)
    exit (close Command Prompt window)

    Continue with the install, selecting the unallocated SSD to install to. Windows installer will create the partitions it needs.

    If any of the above didn't work, then upload the picture from your phone to a PC and post it here in this thread.

    Edit: I know you've tried all of this at one time or another in different ways with @zbook, would just like to see what happens if you do it this way and record the info and post it if necessary.
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  9.    2 Weeks Ago #19

    Hi Zbook,

    So I got an external enclosure for my NVME drive and tried it in a different computer. Plugging it in slows down the computer (and File Explorer takes forever to fill up the green bar when it's trying to look at the drive but never finishes). I downloaded HDTune, HDSentinel, and Sea Tools. With my drive plugged in (USB 3.1), none of those programs would start.

    I would have to launch the program and plug in the drive. HDTune and HDSentinel still froze. I managed after several minutes to get Sea Tools to scan the drive but it failed pretty quickly after (see screenshot below).

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    Also, when my drive is plugged in, Chrome stops working (it times out) and I get a Windows 10 Error Message saying I lose connection to my networked printer. As soon as I unplug it, everything goes back to normal (including the programs like HDTune that wouldn't launch when the drive is in). I tried this multiple times in multiple USB slots as well as in a second working computer.

    Ztruker, I will post those results when I get put my drive back in my computer. All my drives are still unplugged from last time I tried a reformat.

    Should I start considering ordering a new drive?
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  10. Ztruker's Avatar
    Posts : 7,241
    Windows 10 Pro X64 1809 17763.292
       2 Weeks Ago #20

    How old is the m.2 drive? There is definitely something wrong with it as it seriously degrades two systems.

    What is on the Samsung 850 EVO SSD? Could you back that up, remove the m.2 drive then try installing Win 10 to the 250GB SSD? If everything is okay that way then I would say definitely order a new m.2 NVMe drive to install Win 10 on, restore the backed up Samsung SSD, reconnect the other drives and you should be all set.

    Alternative is to just go ahead and order a new drive.
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