|27 Mar 2011||#1|
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Win 7 cannot be repaired
I have win 7 installed on my laptop along Ubuntu desktop 10.10. My laptop fell from my bed (), but it wasn't really a hard bump - it fell sideways. Anyway, after the hit, I tried to boot Windows 7 (the boot loader, grub, etc. are fine), but since then it keeps going into this recovery stage (Windows in loading files...) and when I try to fix it, I get this error: "Startup Repair cannot repair this computer automatically". Then it asks me to send information to microsoft, and downwards there are these 'signatures': StartupRepairOffline, AutoFailover, signature 06: 7, signature 07: CorruptAcl.
The question is if I can restore my main system files (delete them all and add them again or sth like that - just like in win xp case). Any other suggestions are welcomed
P.S. I've also tried system restore, but it didn't work at all - regardless of the system restore points I selected.
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