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ASP.NET and C# developer in Salt Lake City. I'm currently working for a great company that manages healthcare and retirement benefits for various companies.


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revised Slightly Corrupt Boot Drive - Can't AUTOCHK because I installed software and need to Restore. Can't Restore because the volume needs to be Autochk'd
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comment Slightly Corrupt Boot Drive - Can't AUTOCHK because I installed software and need to Restore. Can't Restore because the volume needs to be Autochk'd
@DonJuandePython - Yes it did. I will clarify in my post.
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accepted Slightly Corrupt Boot Drive - Can't AUTOCHK because I installed software and need to Restore. Can't Restore because the volume needs to be Autochk'd
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revised Slightly Corrupt Boot Drive - Can't AUTOCHK because I installed software and need to Restore. Can't Restore because the volume needs to be Autochk'd
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comment Slightly Corrupt Boot Drive - Can't AUTOCHK because I installed software and need to Restore. Can't Restore because the volume needs to be Autochk'd
@DonJuandePython - see edit in OP.
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revised Slightly Corrupt Boot Drive - Can't AUTOCHK because I installed software and need to Restore. Can't Restore because the volume needs to be Autochk'd
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asked Slightly Corrupt Boot Drive - Can't AUTOCHK because I installed software and need to Restore. Can't Restore because the volume needs to be Autochk'd
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comment Windows 7 Crashes using nVidia Driver, works fine in Safe Mode or without video driver
Sure seems like the culprit. I've rebooted after removing the 465 and the machine appears to be working correctly.
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comment Windows 7 Crashes using nVidia Driver, works fine in Safe Mode or without video driver
@AaronMiller - that's where I'm thinking. I have a second card installed in the computer. I'm going to disable the 465, leave the 210 enabled and connect my monitors to it.
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comment Windows 7 Crashes using nVidia Driver, works fine in Safe Mode or without video driver
I've tried both the default Windows driver, dated some time in 2012, and the most recent version. Both have the same problem.
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