08-27-2011 10:45 PM
My situation seems different than the BSOD Win 7 issues I have read about. I can get no response.
Just got a new Lenovo G570 two weeks ago. Came loaded with Win 7 SP1 64 bit.
Now, at power up the BSOD flashes and goes to Startup Repair and then shuts itself down. Repeat. And repeat. And repeats with no response. The first run though it reported "AutoFailure" and "Unknown Cause." The second or third time, "AutoFailure" and "Unknown System Configuration Change."
Since I can get no response to anything, I pulled the power cord. Let it sit over night.
I booted from disc. (I get points for having burned the Recovery Disc!) The computer went directly to Startup Repair and reports: "AutoFailure" and "No root cause". I was able to get the computer to respond at this point and went to Advanced Options.
Ran the Memory test. No issues.
Then ran the Memory diagnotic tool from disc in Extended. Nothing.
I haven't had the computer long enough to create an Image. I do get points for having burned a Recovery Disc!
Of course, the System Restore can't find any of the auto Restore point or manual Restore points I created.
This may or may not be part of the problem. Originally the EE Bott Optimizer ran great. Then it crazy, continually rebooting, not allowing me to cancel and if I could get it to cancel, it would restart in a few minutes and shut the system down. I posted here and I was told uninstall and reinstall. So I did. Seem fine. A few hours latter....... not so good.
From what I have been reading, this sounded like a hardware failure. Two techs, not from Lenovo, have confirmed it is a hardware failure. Great, two weeks and...
Any way, any recommendations?
Thanks for your help!
08-28-2011 12:08 PM
I was hoping someone had magic fairy dust to sprinkle over the computer. No such luck. Bummer.
Thanks for responding.
09-09-2011 04:20 AM
09-09-2011 07:45 AM
02-10-2012 01:23 PM
I will look into this issue.... Could be a conflict between our boot optimizer and readyboost.
07-09-2012 11:24 PM
optimized using EE Boot op'zer ..It shows an error : start up repair but fails to correct it !
wat to do ..tried system rstore too but dsnt work ..
08-15-2012 10:31 PM
I am having a similr issue with my Lenovo G770. I usually escape out of the boot optimizer. Today I let it run and it went to the "starting windows" screen with a brief startup of the windows 7 animation...it freezes for a second, then a quick flash of the bsod, then to the "windows error recovery page" giving me the option of "starting windows normally" or "Launch Startup Repair (recommended)."
Starting Windows Normally eventually brings me back to the same place after repeating what I just stated above paragraph.
Startup Repair "Cannot repair this computer automatically".
So I go to view advanced options for system recovery and support.
It brings me to 5 options:
Startup Repair (we already tried this above)
System Restore (unfortunately I didn't create any restore points)
System Image Recovery (unfortunately I haven't created an image to recover)
Windows Memory Diagnostic (no problems found-done several times)
Command Prompt (don't know what I can do here except for remove a bad/corrupted driver which may be the problem, but I don't know the driver name that is associated with the boot optimizer...can anyone tell me this?)
I've tried booting to safe mode in all of its incarnations and I can't even do that..it repeats the same things as stated above...windows 7 animation briefly starts then locks up, flash of bsod, then the windows error recovery page.
I've tried booting to last known good configuration (same thing occurs...brief startup of windows 7 animation, freeze, flash of bsod, then error recovery page.
The only thing that has given me any kind of result was "disabling system restart on system failure." When I do this, the BSOD doesn't flash briefly..it stays. and it gives me the error message page_fault_in_nonpaged_area.
I'm at a loss as to what to do. Not being able to boot into Safe Mode even is really frustrating. Any advise from anyone? can I remove the driver associated with the boot optimizer? If so, what is the name of the driver?