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Windows 7: startup problems could not be repaired through WIN7 CD tool

12 Jul 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home ultimate 32bit.
 
 
startup problems could not be repaired through WIN7 CD tool

hi, there
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my laptop has 2 O.S. ( XP & 7)
XP IS INSTILLD FIRST
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IN WIN 7 ..I WAS HAD ( ACRONIS DISK DIRECTOR) AND I REMOVE IT BY THE FOLLOWING STEPS:

Quote:
Solution

(!) If you have other Acronis products installed , the utility will remove them as well.
  1. Download Acronis Disk Director 11 Home Cleanup Utility, unpack and run it:
  2. If asked to remove Acronis True Image Backup Archive Explorer manually, type 2 to proceed with the uninstallation:
  3. Please choose to delete all Acronis products from the system - type Y and hit
I type "Y"



Enter:

  1. If you receive a WinZip message, just click Close
  2. :
  3. You will be asked to close Windows Explorer instances since this is necessary to remove the tishell.dll and timounter.dll Acronis files, which interact with explorer.exe - type Y and hit Enter:
  1. You will be also asked to reboot the system to complete the uninstallation. You can reboot the system later:
(!) After using Cleanup Utility, it is strongly recommended not to reboot the machine, go to Start -> Run -> regedit, and verify that there are no snapman*, tdrpman*, timounter strings in the following keys:
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Class\{4D36E967-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} -> UpperFilters and LowerFilters
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Class\{71A27CDD-812A-11D0-BEC7-08002BE2092F} -> UpperFilters and LowerFilters
If there are, please remove them. Then you can reboot the machine
AND EITHER I DELETE THE TWO REGESTRY VALUES WRITTEN IN RED COLOUR..

AND AFTER RESTART LAPTOP..THE STARTUP IN WIN 7 DIDNOT WORK,

I TRY MAKING REPAIRING USING Windows 7 CD, BUT WITHOUT ANY BENIFIT..


I TRY TO ENTER SAFEMODE TO MAKE recovery . BUT THE SYSTEM CANNOT STARTING UP from safemood

I TRY TO MAKE REPAIRING BY USING F8, I CAN ENTER , BUT THE REPAIRING CANNOT GIVE ANY PROGRESS, AND SAY :

Quote:

root cause found:

unspecified changes to system configuration might have caused the proplem
repair action:

system files integrity check and repair>

result failed:
errors code= 0490
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then i use from win xp the command prompt
and typed:

chkdsk D: /f

and, this is the result:

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then i made restart to XP.AND STARTUP TO WIN 7 TO SEE THE RESULT

BUT, NO ANY HAPPY RESULTS

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THEN I MADE searshing in this site, i found in this link
AN OPERATION NAMED; automatic Windows backups to restore your registry

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/139576-startup-repair-infinite-loop-recovery.html

AND, I FOLLOW THE SAME STEPS:


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Recovering Your System
  1. Turn on your computer, and repeatedly tap the F8 key until you see the Advanced Boot Options menu.
    • If Windows automatically opens Startup Repair, and subsequently fails to fix a problem, you can skip ahead to step 8 below.
  2. Select Repair Your Computer:
  3. Wait for the Windows is loading files... screen to finish:
  4. Select the desired keyboard input method, and click Next:
  5. If prompted, enter the login details of an adminstrator account, and click OK:
  6. In the System Recovery Options screen, click Startup Repair:
  7. Windows will search for an attempt to repair startup problems:
  8. If startup problems could not be repaired, you will receive the message Windows cannot repair this computer automatically. Click View advanced options for system recovery and support:
  9. Click View advanced options for system recovery and support, which which bring you back to the main System Recovery Options screen.
  10. Click Command Prompt:
  11. Command Prompt should open to X:, which is an internal ram disk use by System Repair:
  12. Now you need to find your system drive. Depending on how your system is setup, this could be either C: or D:.
    1. Type C: and press <ENTER>.
    2. Verify that this is your system drive by typing DIR and pressing <ENTER>. If you see the Program Files, Users and Windows folders, then you have found your system drive, and can continue to step 13 below.
    3. If the drive is not your system drive, repeat steps I and II above, changing the drive letter to D, E or some other letter until the system drive is located.
  13. When you have located your Windows system drive, type CD \windows\system32\config and press <ENTER>:
  14. Type DIR and press <ENTER>, and verify that the following files and folders exist in the config folder:
    • RegBack (which is a folder)
    • DEFAULT
    • SAM
    • SECURITY
    • SOFTWARE
    • SYSTEM
  15. Type MD mybackup and press <ENTER> to create a backup folder that you can use incase this procedure does not work as expected.
  16. Type copy *.* mybackup and press <ENTER>.
    • If you are prompted to overwrite existing files, press A to allow all backups to be overwritten.
  17. Now you need to check if you can use the automatic Windows backups to restore your registry:
    1. Type CD RegBack and press <ENTER> to go to the RegBack folder.
    2. Type DIR and press <ENTER> to view the contents of the folder. All the following files must exist:
      • The DEFAULT, SAM and SECURITY files should each be about 262,000 bytes in size.
      • The SOFTWARE file should be about 26,000,000 bytes.
      • The SYSTEM file should be about 9,900,000 bytes.
      • The file sizes presented here are approximate estimations, and may vary depending on your system. If any one of them are 0 bytes, then you should stop what you're doing now and seek an alternative method of recovering your system, because Windows cannot function with a 0-byte size registry hive.
    3. If the hive files listed in RegBack are ok, then proceed to step 18 of the tutorial.
  18. Type copy *.* .. and press <ENTER> to copy the backup hive files to \Windows\System32\config.
    • If you are prompted to overwrite existing files, press A to allow all file to be overwritten.
  19. Type exit and press <ENTER> to close the command prompt.
  20. Click the Restart button to reboot your computer. If all goes well, your system will boot normally.

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THIS OPERATION NAME IS; automatic Windows backups to restore your registry

WHEN I REACH STEO NO. 18, I FOUND NO ZERO NUMBERS FOR THE FILES
DEFAULT, SAM and SECURITY,SOFTWARE ,SYSTEM files

SO I EXIT FROM THIS PROCESS WITHOUT ANY RESULT

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NOW, WHAT CAN I DO TO BACKUP MY WIN 7 SYSTEM??
I DONOT WANT LOSING OF MY FILES OR PROGRAMS..

ARE THERE MANUALLY STEPS TO BACKUP?


THANKS
AND ,SORRY ABOUT MY chatter

WAITING FOR EVERYONE HERE

My System SpecsSystem Spec
12 Jul 2011   #2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

ME/XP/Vista/Win7
 
 

How many did you run Startup Repair?

Startup Repair
Note: You may need to do startup repair 3 to 4 times.
Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times
My System SpecsSystem Spec
12 Jul 2011   #3

Windows 7 Home ultimate 32bit.
 
 

May be 2 or 3 times using win.7 cd
and 3 times without cd,using repairing f8


i will make it two times again



thanks,
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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12 Jul 2011   #4

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My System SpecsSystem Spec
12 Jul 2011   #5

Windows 7 Home ultimate 32bit.
 
 

thank u for ur help

but, the article says that is for vista system
can I USE IT IN WIN 7?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
12 Jul 2011   #6

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States Vista & Windows 7.

startup problems could not be repaired through WIN7 CD tool-boot-exe.png


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07 Aug 2011   #7

Windows 7 Home ultimate 32bit.
 
 

thank u
i try this step
but, no change


I think the proplem mainly caused by the values which i delete from regestry


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this is the technical diagnosis appears after disabling of automatic restart on system failure using F8, as shown by 2 pictures:
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My System SpecsSystem Spec
09 Aug 2011   #8

Windows 7 Home ultimate 32bit.
 
 

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My System SpecsSystem Spec
09 Aug 2011   #9

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

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Have you run CHKDSK /F.

Check your HD.
1) Boot DVD, & Press Shift+F10 (for command prompt)
2) Boot DVD, & Command Prompt at Startup (for command prompt)
Open an command prompt.
In the command prompt, type chkdsk C: /f and press Enter.

Disk Check
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