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ANDRE CHANDLER asked on January 13, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Vista Hangs At Crcdisk.sys

» Another machine with a typical problem. My Sony VGN-SZ290 laptop will not boot up. When I do a boot up in safe mode, it hangs at crcdisk.sys. None of the other boot options work either. I was able to do a memory scan and it came back clean. When it does try to start, I have two options: 1) Start Windows normally and 2) to Launch Startup Repair. Neither one of those will do anything, all I get is a blank screen. From what I am seeing on-line, this is a common problem. Unfortunately none of those solutions have worked for me.

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» The causes of system hanging due to sys files vary greatly from hardware conflicts; driver version conflicts, a bug in a sofware, a bad sector in HDD to malware/viruses like Backdoor:MSIL/Agent.C. As an average computer user, its really troublesome to determine the exact reason behind it, not to mention to fix it completely!

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MICHAEL ALLEN replied on January 20, 2013

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  1. GEORGE GOLDSTON replied on January 13, 2013: » I would suggest this: 1. Boot into Windows Repair (Startup Repair) and press Windows Logo Key + U at Startup Repair to open up Command Prompt.2. Type CHKDSK /r and press enter

    Unfortunately, it would appear that your harddrive is having problems reading data or the data on the drive has become corrupted.

  2. ANDRE CHANDLER replied on January 14, 2013: » No. I have a bad feeling that the hard-drive is toast. The only thing that I can do is run the memory scan, which comes back clean.

  3. GEORGE GOLDSTON replied on January 17, 2013: » Its a good possibility, though it may just be simple file corruption. At this point, I would suggest formatting and reinstalling. If you absolutely need to get your data off the machine, you could take the harddrive out and hook it up as a secondary drive...though you would probably need to get a USB-to-SATA/LaptopIDE adapter.

  4. ANDRE CHANDLER replied on January 17, 2013: » I finally got my computer up and running. I purchased a new hard drive and a new version of Vista. Everything went together perfectly. My only problem now is getting some of the Sony utility drivers installed. I've been told to use the restore disks, which I don't have, but I've found workarounds for most of the issues. For the remaining ones I will have to get "creative".I look forward to upgrading to Windows 7, it was free upgrade with OS I purchased.

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