Quote: Originally Posted by BluFalcon
Now after letting it sit for over an hour with power disconnected, CMOS reset, CMOS battery out, and VidCard removed, it says:
"CMOS checksum error - Defaults loaded"
And it has the option to enter BIOS or F1 to continue, where it goes back to the Startup Repair screen, as noted above ^
After toying with it for some time, I was finally able to boot in Safe mode. I listed a few processes for me, then went to blank screen, and rebooted. >.<
If you can get in to Safe mode then try to Remove that Drivers from the Device Manager then reboot see whether you can Login under Normal mode.
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You can try thing article which would give you some help on Windows Recovery Environment. If that also fails then i guess you can format the whole thing a do a Clean install
Hope this helps