Upgrade from Win7 Results in Safe_OS Phase Replicate_OC Error  

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  1. Posts : 40,848
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #31

    1) Please post images of:
    a) startup and recovery system failure settings
    b) virtual memory / page file settings

    Dump Files - Configure Windows to Create on BSOD - Windows 7 Help Forums

    2) Uninstall and reinstall these drivers:

    a) iaStorF.sys
    Intel RST (Rapid Storage Technology) Filter driver

    b) PxHlpa64.sys
    Sonic CD/DVD driver

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...0-8d22254aa1c1

    Code:
    pxhlpa64	PxHlpa64	c:\windows\system32\drivers\pxhlpa64.sys	Kernel Driver	Yes	Boot	Running	OK	Normal	No	Yes

    Code:
    iastorf	iaStorF	c:\windows\system32\drivers\iastorf.sys	Kernel Driver	Yes	Boot	Running	OK	Normal	No	Yes

    Code:
    iaStorF      iaStorF                iaStorF                Kernel        Boot       Running    OK         TRUE        FALSE        4,096      12,288     0      8/1/2013 8:39:54 PM    C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\iaStorF.sys          4,096
    Code:
    PxHlpa64     PxHlpa64               PxHlpa64               Kernel        Boot       Running    OK         TRUE        FALSE        0          37,792     0      4/24/2012 12:26:29 PM  C:\Windows\system32\drivers\PxHlpa64.sys         1,888

    Code:
    PxHlpa64.sys	Sonic CD/DVD driver (used by many different CD/DVD programs)	http://www.carrona.org/pxhelp20.html lists some of the programs that it's used in.
    Code:
    iaStorF.sys	Intel RST (Rapid Storage Technology) Filter driver 	http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Default.aspx XP
    Code:
    iaStorF.sys  Thu Aug  1 18:39:54 2013 (51FB0DEA)
    Code:
    PxHlpa64.sys Tue Apr 24 10:26:29 2012 (4F96E245)
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  2. Posts : 98
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #32

    Help! I'm bricked now. I turned on Verifier again and upon reboot it crashed, same as the one above. So I did a force restart and it won't start....always BSOD's. I need to turn Verifier off! So I tried Safe Mode and it just gave me a black screen. So then force restart and I went into windows recovery mode and selected System Restore. There was only 1 restore point from this morning (I don't know why the ones I created before are gone) but it was running ok then, so I selected to restore that. Now its been sitting on the window saying "restoring files" for 20 minutes and I don't think its doing anything as I don't seen the hard drive activity light working...it may be frozen. Should I do a force restart while this is on and try safe mode again, or recovery mode but select Startup Repair? Or is there a way I can turn off Verifyer from cmd prompt if I can get to safemode with cmd prompt? I do have a disk image on the other hard drive but I'd like to get back into Windows to export what I was working on.
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  3. Posts : 40,848
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #33

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

    On a working computer create a bootable Windows 10 iso:

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10
    Download Windows 10 ISO File
    Create Bootable USB Flash Drive to Install Windows 10

    Allow the computer to continue system restore.
    If there is no progress after the bootable Windows 10 iso is available then you can allow it to run overnight.

    To turn off Windows driver verifier boot to the iso > open Windows RE > command prompt > Administrator: X:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe > X:\Sources>

    type:
    c:
    dir
    d:
    dir
    e:
    dir

    (identify the windows drive letter using windows RE)

    Type: regedit

    follow the text and images in this link:

    Disable Driver Verifier Outside Windows (Vista / 7 / 8 / 10) | Sysnative Forums



    This are some additional links that may be useful:
    Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery - Windows 7 Help Forums
    Startup Repair - Windows 7 Help Forums
    Bootable ISO - Create from Installation Files - Windows 7 Help Forums
    Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Boot - Windows 7 Help Forums
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  4. Posts : 98
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #34

    I have a bootable windows 10 install CD already. I was able to get to that System Recovery Options screen where Command Prompt is the last one....that's how I selected system restore. So I could get to the command prompt from there I think.

    System Restore does not appear to be doing anything yet. So is it ok to go and kill that process?
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  5. Posts : 40,848
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #35

    Unfortunately there is no clear answer.

    Interrupting Windows processes can cause unexpected results.

    If you can allow it to run for several hours and there is no progress then it would be reasonable to power off and power on with the bootable Windows iso.
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  6. Posts : 98
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #36

    I did interrupt it.

    Got back to the cmd.....but your commands didn't work. For example,
    "X:\Windows\system32>cmd.exe>X:\Sources" results in: "access is denied".

    So, from C: I typed verifier /query and it says no drivers are currently verified. So that means its disabled??

    Interestingly, is this normal? I typed >dir c:\

    and it shows only 3 things:
    <dir> boot
    0 reg
    0 regedit.exe
    2 files 0 bytes
    1 dir 58,071,808 bytes free

    So its not showing me any folders or any files on c???? Or is that only because I'm in a temporary environment?

    EDIT: I found the answer to this part. C is only the system reserved partition. It is showing windows as E: now with all the files in there.

    So where I'm at is verifier appears to be showing nothing verified but when it crashes it says there is a problem with a driver being verified. I tried to delete all settings, but it said no changes were made. Can't get into safe mode or normal.
    Last edited by Brucex64; 18 Jan 2020 at 04:43.
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  7. Posts : 40,848
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #37

    Please perform the following steps:

    Type: notepad

    (a white box for notepad should have opened)
    (this box will be used for paste)
    (then this will be saved to a flash drive which is moved back and forth to a working computer to upload results)

    In the command prompt box type these commands.
    (comments will be in parenthesis)

    1) diskpart
    2) lis dis
    3) lis vol
    4) sel dis 0
    5) det dis
    6) lis par
    7) sel par 1
    8) det par
    9) sel par 2
    10) det par
    11) sel par 3
    12) det par
    13) sel par
    14) det par
    15) sel dis 1
    16) det dis
    17) lis par
    18) sel dis 2
    19) det dis
    20) lis par

    21) (When these have completed > right click on the top bar or title bar of the administrative command prompt box > left click on edit then select all > right click on the top bar again > left click on edit then copy > paste into notepad > save to a USB drive)

    22) exit

    (reopen command prompt as needed)

    1) bcdedit /enum
    2) bcdedit | find "osdevice"
    (make note of the partition drive letter)
    3) reagentc /info
    4) bootrec /fixboot
    5) bootrec /fixmbr
    6) bootrec /scanos
    7) bootrec /rebuildbcd

    8) (When these have completed > right click on the top bar or title bar of the administrative command prompt box > left click on edit then select all > right click on the top bar again > left click on edit then copy > paste into notepad > save to a USB drive)

    9) exit

    10) c:
    11) dir
    12) d:
    13) dir
    14) e:
    15) dir

    (the above commands shoul allow you to determine the windows drive)
    (it should be the same as the drive partition letter displayed in bcdedit | find "osdevice" results)

    W:
    (change the drive letter to applicable drive)


    (follow the windows driver verifier registry steps in the earlier link)


    chkdsk /r /v W:
    (change W: to the windows drive or drive letter displayed in the results for bcdedit | find "osdevice")


    I'll have to check the results later in the day (it's 3:43 AM)

    Please report into the thread what happens with a computer power on (what do you see and hear)
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  8. Posts : 98
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #38

    Ok, I did all that but the verifier command lines don't work (it says x:\Sources is not valid command) and just typing verifier /query on the system drive shows nothing verified, but the BSOD does. And it crashes as soon as going into Windows, same exact stop code as the one i posted.

    Here are the notepads attached.

    A thought: if it is hanging up on one driver, would it be possible to just delete the driver thru the command prompt? Or else move it to the other drive and then reinstall if i get into windows?

    Also, I made a disk image onto the D drive just a couple days ago using Macrium. If I restore the C drive with that image would verifier be turned off?
    Upgrade from Win7 Results in Safe_OS Phase Replicate_OC Error Attached Files
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  9. Posts : 40,848
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #39

    Open command prompt.
    Type: e:
    Type: dir
    confirm that this is the windows drive

    (there is no computer environment for me to trial and error these commands)
    (you have a backup image that can be restored)

    See if there is a favorable result for any of these commands (reboot as necessary)
    type: verifier /reset
    type: verifier /bootmode resetonbootfail
    type: verifier /query
    type: verifier /querysettings
    type: verifier /volatile
    type: verifier /?
    type: verifier /driver DriverList


    /driver DriverList
    Specifies one or more drivers that will be verified. DriverList is a list of drivers by binary name, such as Driver.sys. Use a space to separate each driver name. Wildcard values, such as n*.sys, are not supported.

    /driver.exclude DriverList
    Specifies one or more drivers that will be excluded from verification. This parameter is applicable only if all drivers are selected for verification. DriverList is a list of drivers by binary name, such as Driver.sys. Use a space to separate each driver name. Wildcard values, such as n*.sys, are not supported.

    other possible commands:
    verifier [/volatile] [/standard | /flags Options ] [ /all | /driver DriverList ]
    verifier /volatile /faults [Probability PoolTags Applications DelayMins] /driver DriverList
    verifier /volatile {/adddriver | /removedriver} DriverList


    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...r-command-line



    In the notepad results it displayed: X:\windows\system32>

    What happens when you type: cd..
    and repeat cd..

    Does it eventually display X: or X:\sources>

    If it displays sources then follow the steps in this link:
    Disable Driver Verifier Outside Windows (Vista / 7 / 8 / 10) | Sysnative Forums










    type: notepad

    In notepad click file > open > task manager
    With task manager launched click file > run new task > type: verifier > report into the thread if it opens

    Please post results from the above commands.

    If none of the above work:


    1) type: bcdedit | find "osdevice"
    This should display the location of the partition and in most cases is the location of the affected drive.
    For this post I will use E: however you should pick the drive letter that you found that has the windows files on your computer.
    The proper drive will display: perflogs, program files, program files (x86), users, windows, etc
    2) type or copy and paste: cd \windows\system32\config
    It should display: E:\windows\system32\config>
    3) type: dir
    It should display: bbi, bcd-template, components, default, drivers, elam, sam, security, software, system, vsmidk, journal, regback, systemprofile txr, etc.
    All of the file sizes should be sizable. If it displays zeros then abort.
    Make a new directory and name it backup or something similar.
    4) type: MD backup
    Copy all of the files into this new directory.
    5) type or copy and paste: copy *.* backup
    It should now display: bbi, bcd-template, components, default, drivers, elam, sam, security, software, system, vsmidk indicating the files were copied.
    Change the directory to regback
    6) type: cd regback
    It should now display: E:\windows\system32\config\regback>
    7)type: dir
    It should display: default, sam, security, software, system etc
    All of these files must be sizable. If it displays zeros then abort.
    8) type or copy and paste: copy *.* ..
    It should now display:
    DEFAULT
    Overwrite ..\default? (yes/no/all):
    9) type: a
    It should now display: sam, security, software, system and that the files were copied.
    10) type: exit
    11) click turn off your PC
    Remove the USB flash drive if you had changed your boot order. Otherwise you can leave it and power on your computer.
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  10. Posts : 98
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #40

    I will have to do the others later tonight, but for part of that:
    E: is definitely where windows is now. It is using drive letter C as the "system reserved" partition I think.

    typing the verifier commands in E: does nothing - no drivers are being verified, all tests are disabled, "bootmode" shows as "ignoring unexpected parameter", no drivers in the Driver List.

    Can't open task manager in notepad. when the open dialog comes up task manager is not an option.

    Typing cd under X:\windows\system32 does nothing, it does not go to the root of x:.
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