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Windows 7: Start Windows Normally / Acronis 2010 Try and Decide

24 Mar 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Start Windows Normally / Acronis 2010 Try and Decide

Hello guys.
I have a small problem, and i hope you can help me. I use Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit, it works great.Everything is fine. But everytime i use the option "Try and Decide" from Acronis, after i recover my backup image ( only after i recover that ) i have the black screen like in the attached image.
I uninstalled Acronis and reinstalled again, but the same story ...
If i restart my PC, everything is fine, no black screen. Even if i restart 200 times a day, no problems.

On the black screen i have always 30 seconds - countdown. Can i fix this 30 seconds to 3 ?
I changed from "msconfig / boot / timeout. Same story
Then i tried from right click My Computer / properties / advances system settings / settings ( last one - down ) and i unchecked those 2 options :
Time to display list of operating systems
Time to display recovery options when needed
After that i made another backup image, and recovered again
Same black screen.
How can i modify those 30 seconds ? I presume that what i unckecked is only for users with 2 ( or more ) operating systems.
Thanks in advance.
LE : i tried with Windows 7 DVD Repair and even to rewrite the MBR.
Didn't help
And i checked my hdd for bad sectors. No errors I even checked with this command "ChkDsk" and
"scandisk/sfc"


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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24 Mar 2011   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stereo View Post
Hello guys.
I have a small problem, and i hope you can help me. I use Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit, it works great.Everything is fine. But everytime i use the option "Try and Decide" from Acronis, after i recover my backup image ( only after i recover that ) i have the black screen like in the attached image.
I uninstalled Acronis and reinstalled again, but the same story ...
If i restart my PC, everything is fine, no black screen. Even if i restart 200 times a day, no problems.

On the black screen i have always 30 seconds - countdown. Can i fix this 30 seconds to 3 ?
I changed from "msconfig / boot / timeout. Same story
Then i tried from right click My Computer / properties / advances system settings / settings ( last one - down ) and i unchecked those 2 options :
Time to display list of operating systems
Time to display recovery options when needed
After that i made another backup image, and recovered again
Same black screen.
How can i modify those 30 seconds ? I presume that what i unckecked is only for users with 2 ( or more ) operating systems.
Thanks in advance.
LE : i tried with Windows 7 DVD Repair and even to rewrite the MBR.
Didn't help
And i checked my hdd for bad sectors. No errors I even checked with this command "ChkDsk" and
"scandisk/sfc"

Control panel>system control panel>advanced>...... see pix
My System SpecsSystem Spec
24 Mar 2011   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Did you read everything i wrote ?
I tried this option, too. Doesen't help me. That's ( i guess ) only for 2 OS.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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