QCLRE is compressed

  alan2k1 17:32 16 Sep 2010
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windows 7 ultimate
during boot, just after verifying DMI pool data, it stops with the message, QCLRE is compressed press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart, and gets no further

i can find no reference to this on google

thanks

alan

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:44 16 Sep 2010

QCLRE is compressed gets no returns from google but it appears to give the same symptoms as Bootmgr is compressed

May be a start up repair is required

You need to look at Windows 7's Repair Your Computer options.

* Startup repair - This automatically fixes problems that are preventing Windows from starting
* System Restore - This will Restore Windows to an earlier point in time
* Windows Complete PC Restore - This will completely restore your entire PC - programs, system settings and files - from a back up that you have previously created (
* Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool - This checks your computer's memory hardware for errors
* Command Prompt - This opens a Command Window

With the Complete PC Restore Option you must have made a backup of your system, either on your hard drive or on a set of DVDs, in order to use this option. If you don't have a backup then don't use this option

How you access the repair options will depend upon whether you have a Windows 7 installation disk or whether your operating system came pre-installed by your PC manufacturer.

Pre-Installed Options
NOTE

If no repair options are available your PC manufacturer may have replaced the tools or customised them. Check your Computer Manual before proceeding.

1/ Start your PC

2/ If your PC has one operating system Press and Hold the F8 key as your PC starts. If the Windows Logo appear you will need to start again

3/ If you have a dual boot system a Boot option menu will appear. Highlight the Vista operating system and Press the F8 key

4/ In both cases, if all has gone well, an Advanced options screen will now appear

5/ Highlight the repair Your Computer option and Press Enter

6/ Select a keyboard layout, and then Click the Next button

7/ Next select your user Name and Enter your Password, then Click OK

8/ The recovery options should now appear

Windows Installation Disk
NOTE

1/ make sure your PC can boot directly from the Vista DVD. Obviously, most modern PCs can. With older machines you may need to check the PC's BIOS

2/ Start the PC

3/ Immediately insert the Windows 7 DVD into the DVD drive

4/ A Black screen will appear with the words 'Press any key to boot from CD or DVD'

5/ Press Any key to start the booting process

6/ A new screen will now appear with a progress bar. The legend say's 'Windows is loading files'

7/ After a few minutes the Microsoft copyright window ill appear and another small progress bar will be visible

8/ You will next see a Blue curtained screen

9/ After a short while the Language option screen will appear

10/ Select your language and keyboard language and the Click the Next button

11/ At the bottom left of the next screen - the Install screen, Click on the Repair Your Computer option

12/ The System recovery options will now search for your Windows 7 installation

13/ Once the 7 installation has been located, Highlight it and then Click the Next button

14/ You are now presented with the set of recovery options

15/ Click on the Option you require and follow the on screen prompts

  alan2k1 18:47 16 Sep 2010

thanks again fruit bat
i did try start up repair but no joy
maybe i will just have to do a reinstall

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:23 16 Sep 2010

I can only assume that the c drive has become compressed.

Can you remove the drive put it in a caddy (or another machine) and de compress the drive?

  alan2k1 20:52 16 Sep 2010

many thanks again
i will try that tomorrow
what is the procedure to decompress ?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:05 16 Sep 2010

Not sure in & but in XP right click drive - properties - untick box compress this drive to save space.

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