Bsod during boot???

My computer starts booting then gets stuck on the spinning circles and then it bsods (sometimes it just gets stuck)
Even when it enters automatic repair it gets stuck and then bsods

Why is this happening

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Clarification Request

if it gets that far then it's a windows system problem most likely. Use anthing else bootable, Windows Disk, Linux LIVE DVD, and see if that boots up OK. If so, then it's for sure a Windows problem.

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Does it boot from a dvd or usb stick?

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It doesn't boot from any external device

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If it won't boot from disk/disc/usb then the machine is busted.

Take it to a pc shop and get an estimate to fix it.

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Re: boot

Then you have 5 problems:
1. It doesn't boot from any external device.
2. Windows is corrupted.
and, those combined
3. Since it doesn't boot from any external device, you can't boot from a Windows install disc or stick or a Linux disc or stick to fix it
4. Since it doesn't boot from Windows, you can't use the repair options in Windows
5. You can't repair it.

Time for a new PC then?

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What is this PC?

My old 486 only supported booting from floppy and HDD. If your PC isn't capable of booting from USB, CD/DVD I worry it's very old or just broken.

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Is this the same PC with a failing hard disk?
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Re: same PC

I don't think it is. He said he was reinstalling Windows on that every few days. You can't do that if it doesn't boot from disc or stick, like this one.

But I agree the OP has something to explain. For example, why he breaks all his PC's.

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Okay I have to clarify, I didn't understand the first reply - what I meant to say was that I wasn't booting from a usb and the computer crashes during a normal boot
I have a windows 10 installation usb that I am trying to repair my computer with (through cmd, system reset etc) but so far nothing is working (all my restore points are gone too)

Basically I am working with a dying hard disk that now has 28kb of bad sectors on it it routinely freezes and bsods (although it never bsod-ed during boot - it has frozen during a boot though) usually chkdsk /r fixes things for a few days it screws up again, l am trying to get a new hard disk but until that arrives I am trying to make do with this to get work done

So is there anything that can be done (through cmd etc) or should I to clean install windows again to fix this

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That actually helps.

If you have a disk with bad sectors it's gone. WHY? Because when you see bad sectors all the spares are used up and now the drive is using the last line of defense and this will result in corrupt sectors, bad reads and Windows bailing sometimes or dying (BSOD?)

To make do till then you would run a LiveOS such as Linux off some USB stick. I do this all the time.

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There is something you can do in interim

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