|14 Dec 2010||#1|
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Computer stopped booting
My computer has Windows 7 Pro x64 and XP in dual-boot, and recently Windows 7 started going slow when watching mkv videos, and one day it completely lagged to hell, so I rebooted, but it won't boot again, it goes to system repair, but it fails, error found is :
Startup Repair fails from the DVD, too. Could anyone help me out?
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|16 Dec 2010||#6|
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1. Download the Repair Disc (.iso), select the 64-bit (x64) edition, DO NOT select the other one.
N.B: This is a torrent download. Your Internet Browser won't support downloading torrent files. You may find a torrent program to download it in Google. I highly recommend BitTorrent. It's easy to use and fast.
2. Download the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool to burn the .iso to the USB.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions in Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool.
4. Once you got the Repair Disc in USB, follow these next steps.
5. Turn on your computer, boot into your BIOS. (This happens before booting into Windows)
6. Where it says something like "boot menu", "boot priority", or something like that. Make sure USB Flash Drive is the first priority.
7. Save the changes in BIOS and reboot the system
8. Plug in the USB and hopefully, it'll start booting repair tools from the USB stick.
Then follow what I said earlier.
Select Command Prompt. From there, type "chkdsk /f" (without the quotations).
If you're stuck, I'd recommend Brink's Tutorial.
System Repair Disc - Create
Select Option 2 for the tutorial.
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