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My W7 started giving a BSOD when I tried to install new software or even when I tried to update my AMD R7360 Graphics Card. I ran the Who Crashed Me app and it kept pointing to this file "ntoskrnl.exe". I know this file has something to do with executing commands to the Windows Kernel, but knowing and fixing is a different story, I think I even know what started this whole thing.
After trying everything I knew, which was little, and everything that I could find on Google, which was more than I wanted, I finally gave up and hit the delete partition button and reinstalled W7.
As you can see I reinstalled W7 to a 120GB SanDisk and it boots really fast. I did this by unplugging the W10 240GB SanDisk and after everything was up and running I went into the Mobo Bios and changed the boot drive to W10. I then used Easy BCD that is installed in W10 to add W7 to the boot menu. I am back up and running now!!!
I really do like the Macrorit Disk Partitioner.Macrorit-Disk-Partitioner.PNGImage Enlarger

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