Every windows i install get curruped after one day

My pc is facing a problem from 15-20 days.
i have installed win 8 x86 about a year ago, it was working properly, But about 20 days ago it started misbehaving like it hangs at windows booting screen then i installed windows 8 again then a new problem comes that after installing windows it work properly for 1 day and then shows windows needs restore ( might get currupted).
i installed windows 7 also but same problem is coming. please help what should i do???

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Clarification Request
is the problem in hdd or ram?

WD 1 tb sata hdd purchase 1 year ago
and corsair 4 gb ddr3 ram purcased 7 months earlier..
is the problem is in these two?
Ok, i'll crosscheck them and tell you...

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We see no info about this computer

but I have to ask if these OS's are some hack from a Torrent site ?
It seems like we here in the forums should know this up front so as not to drag this out and waste time.


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Info is given here...

dual core processor
6gb ram
and i have purchased windows 8 from flipkart but i cant say about windows 7 (given by my friend).
if any more info related to it ask me...
and its not wasting of time, I NEED HELP

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The comment about waste

A member dragged on and on but in the end it was revealed it was a cracked copy. Another went on and on but they were a torrent user which everyone knows is a great way to corrupt and infect PCs today. Both members wasted time by not being upfront with details like that.

NOW at first glance the usual causes of a clean machine corrupting windows are:
1. Unexpected power removals.
2. Malware or such. Fixes are sometimes ineffective but do try Grif's scans noted at:
3. A machine with other hardware issues. But here I don't see enough to call that out.

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what is pup

what is (potentially unwanted programs)???
and what should i do in case of safe mode is also not working?

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Re: pup

A potentially unwanted program is a program that you maybe not want. But since it's a new term in this thread, I wonder where it comes from.

If safe mode doesn't work also, the things you can do in general are:
- system restore in command prompt
- go back to your latest working image
- refresh or reset Windows 8 from the install disk
Refresh makes it out of the box again, so it should work.


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The 1st time I saw PUPs mentioned was in MalwareBytes.

That's been some years ago. That's always been what MBAM has called them. Most PUPs aren't harmful, but some are, and I've never had a problem removing them all. If you remove them with MalwareBytes, you can always bring it back up and reinstate one or more of them if need be. MalwareBytes is a great tool to keep in your kit, and the free version is all I've ever needed.

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after restoring same problem exist

Dear Sir,
Restoring the windows sometimes fails and sometimes success.
in case of success, os runs properly but after some days same problem of windows currupt comes...
first it check for dist repair (just after windows boot)
then it restarts the pc...

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OK, let's hear more about hardware.
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Possible Hardware Failure Problem(s)

With just the info you have posted and my past problems that come close to what you are having, I have found that either you have a hard drive or a memory stick ( ram ) that is having problems.. as in failing / gone bad. The last computer that I had the same problem as you are describing was a laptop. After running scan disk in windows ( scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors test ) RIGHT after a fresh reload of windows 7 home I mean as soon as it is finished and restarted...which tested good and the memory test in the Bios which tested bad for 1 ram stick. When I replaced the pair ( not just 1 stick ) and reloaded the system all worked perfect. I have also had this problem on desktops. Check your hard drive with scan disk like above and the ram in the system Bios, I am pretty sure one of the two is faulty. If you can't run the tests ( because of system freezing or automatic restarting on it's own or Bios does not have the test ) you may need to remove the hard drive and ram sticks and take them to a service shop for testing or the whole tower or laptop. Hope this helps, Good luck

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