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Blue Screen when using Restore Previous Versions on Windows 7 Enterprise

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Old 06-08-2010
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Blue Screen when using Restore Previous Versions on Windows 7 Enterprise
  

I was installed a windows 7 professional operating system on my computer but now I had upgraded to windows 7 enterprise operating system. And now I want to restore my previous version. During the restoration m getting blue screen error then I cannot able to restore previous version. Please help me to solve my problem.

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Re: Blue Screen when using Restore Previous Versions on Windows 7 Enterprise

A blue screen may be due to a hardware or software. For hardware, it can actually be your RAM. Check it works with memtest (burned onto a CD and uncertain to boot). It can also be your graphics card or something else. For software, it may be due to driver problem (often). Check the updated drivers (specific Seven).
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Re: Blue Screen when using Restore Previous Versions on Windows 7 Enterprise

Compared to internal DSS in which the Windows 7 Pro (64bit) running, I made some changes.
Namely:
  • Turn off disk indexing
  • Disable Auto-Defragmentation
  • Disable paging file
  • Disable Windows Search Service
  • Disable the write cache DSS
  • Turn off screen saver
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Re: Blue Screen when using Restore Previous Versions on Windows 7 Enterprise

Download and burn the Windows Recovery Console 7 (he has the 32 and 64 bit):

Otherwise boot into Safe Mode.

Click on Start \ Run

Enter eventvwr.msc

Expand Event Viewer \ Windows Logs \ System

Identify the previous error messages in date (They have a red dot)

Right click on it then left click on Properties from the event.

It has valuable information here about the nature of an incident involving

the reason for a blue screen (the famous BSOD).
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Re: Blue Screen when using Restore Previous Versions on Windows 7 Enterprise

A first step would be to make sure that no device is detected as a problem in the device manager. if so, deleted it and upon detection what device it Sagit, then check its drivers.

A second step is to verify that all your updates including the faculties are installed.

Third step would be a post us your exact setup (especially the peripheral atypical SCSII Card, Firewire, and other internal cards) so that we can more easily diagnose all your fault.
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Re: Blue Screen when using Restore Previous Versions on Windows 7 Enterprise

So this limits the possibilities ...antivirus side, grab a free copy simplest among those offered by your center of notifications (bottom left, you must have a warning on the absence of virus) ... am just proposing the link. Can you tell me at what hardware you have? model of PC or configuration ...
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Re: Blue Screen when using Restore Previous Versions on Windows 7 Enterprise

So to find all the updates installed requires you to go in =
  • Control Panel.
  • Programs and Features.
  • Uninstall or change a program.

Then the left you'll see "View installed updates"

You click on it and all your windows updates appear
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