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07 Jul 2010  
Samba123

Windows Vista
 
 

Great - thanks for the input.

I'm also going to try a memory test as well on the pc - googling suggests trying that as it maybe a faulty memory DIMM and maybe removing the sticks of ram 1 by 1 then reboot. Will see what that throws up...

If that shows no improvement then I'll try the 3 time start-up repair again.

I'm edging towards removing the HDD with Vista on and replacing with a brand new drive to which I'll do a clean install. I can then restore the Vista data from the other drive using an external SATA cable I have @ home.
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