WinX - Blue Screen - Error: HAL_INITIALIZATION ERROR HELP!


  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
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    WinX - Blue Screen - Error: HAL_INITIALIZATION ERROR HELP!


    Hey guys,

    Long story short, I bought my mother a new HD for her Laptop but realized I did not have a bootable Winx or Win7 disk (They are burned but are not Bootable). So I downloaded Magic ISO and everything seemed Ok, my Vypre antivirus came up and asked if I wanted to do it anyways, and like an idiot I said allow. My comp has been working TIP TOP so this just came out of absolutely nowhere.

    I do have a video of my starting up my computer to show you it hasn't finished uploading to youtube yet but I will post it in comments.

    I can boot into my computer for about 20 seconds before it gives me the blue screen with sad face, a 1800 number and the error message

    Error: HAL_INITIALIZATION FAILED

    **JUST SO EVERYONE KNOWS, I DO NOT NEED ANYTHING ON MY PREVIOUS PARTITION SO A FACTORY RESET IS FINE WITH ME, I NEED NO FILES ON THE COMPUTER THEY ARE BACKED UP ON EXTERNALS**


    I do not have boot able windows X DVD
    I can not be on my desktop for more than 20 sec before I have to restart or just stare at the blue screen.
    Is there a way to rollback my computer to a prior date via BIOS or pre-boot somewhere?
    Is there a factory reset built into windows 10 where I could use the BIOS to do it?
    No matter what I cannot boot into my computer for long so fixing the problem via BIOS is the only way.

    PLEASE HELP I've never come across this yet in my life.
    Should I use my other laptop to burn a bootable win x cd and just fresh install if I can?
    I'm not familiar with the USB way of doing it. Please help!
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  2. gijoetech1's Avatar
    Posts : 121
    windows 10 pro
       #2

    i will find a video for you how to create a bootble usb with windows 10 I have a question to ask you when you add whatever Windows 7 or window eight on your PC the you ever upgrade to window 10
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  3. davidhk's Avatar
    Posts : 5,396
    windows 10 Home threshold2
       #3

    Steffanm87 said:
    Hey guys,

    Long story short, I bought my mother a new HD for her Laptop but realized I did not have a bootable Winx or Win7 disk (They are burned but are not Bootable). So I downloaded Magic ISO and everything seemed Ok, my Vypre antivirus came up and asked if I wanted to do it anyways, and like an idiot I said allow. My comp has been working TIP TOP so this just came out of absolutely nowhere.

    I do have a video of my starting up my computer to show you it hasn't finished uploading to youtube yet but I will post it in comments.

    I can boot into my computer for about 20 seconds before it gives me the blue screen with sad face, a 1800 number and the error message

    Error: HAL_INITIALIZATION FAILED

    **JUST SO EVERYONE KNOWS, I DO NOT NEED ANYTHING ON MY PREVIOUS PARTITION SO A FACTORY RESET IS FINE WITH ME, I NEED NO FILES ON THE COMPUTER THEY ARE BACKED UP ON EXTERNALS**


    I do not have boot able windows X DVD
    I can not be on my desktop for more than 20 sec before I have to restart or just stare at the blue screen.
    Is there a way to rollback my computer to a prior date via BIOS or pre-boot somewhere?
    Is there a factory reset built into windows 10 where I could use the BIOS to do it?
    No matter what I cannot boot into my computer for long so fixing the problem via BIOS is the only way.

    PLEASE HELP I've never come across this yet in my life.
    Should I use my other laptop to burn a bootable win x cd and just fresh install if I can?
    I'm not familiar with the USB way of doing it. Please help!
    The following tutorial is written and compiled by Brink, our forums Administrator.

    How to Clean Install Windows 10
    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html

    Step #1 of the tutorial is to show you how to create a bootable USB.
    Use a working computer to do that, then follow the steps in the tutorial.
      My Computer


 

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