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Windows 7: Computer starting problems after crashing


03 Apr 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 
Computer starting problems after crashing

Hi. I've got same problem like a year, and i got no idea what can I do for it, so I decided to ask help here. First, I hope everyone understands my english, its not very good.

But yea, when my PC crashes for some reason, it sure tries to restart itselfs. Theres like "Normal start" and some other options, can't tell them in english, becuse my windows is in finnish.

But when i click "normal start" There's is just a "Windows is launching" message, but nothing happens... You can wait as long as u want, nothing happens.

When i shutdown my PC, and restarts, there's two options: "Normal start of windows" and "Windows starting repair" (or something like that, cant be sure becuse of finnish OS)
If I press "normal start" , happens the same than last time, it stucks to "Windows is starting screen". If i try repair, there's "windows is getting files" and then it stucks, you can wait here like 2 hours, it won't work.

Only way, I can start my PC, is remove my Zyxel G-202 Wireless internet adapter. After removing that from USB-port, windows always launches normally. I just have no idea, why i have to disable it. (I'm using WLAN, so i use that to get internet for my PC)

Another problem is that, when i want to go "boot menu" when starting PC, and i press the button (was that F8..? ) Windows stops launching, there's just white line in the upper left corner..

I made this in some hurry, im sorry if you don't always get what I mean, or the problem, but ask me for more info. and BTW, I'm using Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit.

(I'm, sorry if this wasn't right section, but as I said, I made this in some hurry)


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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03 Apr 2012   #2

Winbdows 7 ultimate x64 | Ubuntu 12.04 x64 LTS
 
 

Quote:
If i try repair, there's "windows is getting files" and then it stucks, you can wait here like 2 hours, it won't work.
Boot to windows normally and follow the steps to create a recovery disk, boot from it, and select startup repair.
System Repair Disc - Create

Quote:
Only way, I can start my PC, is remove my Zyxel G-202 Wireless internet adapter. After removing that from USB-port, windows always launches normally. I just have no idea, why i have to disable it. (I'm using WLAN, so i use that to get internet for my PC)
However, seems that your wireless card could be the culprit. Have you updated the driver for it? if not, hit the link and download the latest one. Download Library | ZyXEL

It could be some starup items too that are interfering with the startup process.

Hit Win key (flag)+R, type 'msconfig' (w/o the quotes), browse to startup tab and post a screenshot here. Window sized accordingly so as to include all items.

Screenshot with Paint

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My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Apr 2012   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EzioAuditore View Post
Quote:
If i try repair, there's "windows is getting files" and then it stucks, you can wait here like 2 hours, it won't work.
Boot to windows normally and follow the steps to create a recovery disk, boot from it, and select startup repair.
System Repair Disc - Create

Quote:
Only way, I can start my PC, is remove my Zyxel G-202 Wireless internet adapter. After removing that from USB-port, windows always launches normally. I just have no idea, why i have to disable it. (I'm using WLAN, so i use that to get internet for my PC)
However, seems that your wireless card could be the culprit. Have you updated the driver for it? if not, hit the link and download the latest one. Download Library | ZyXEL

It could be some starup items too that are interfering with the startup process.

Hit Win key (flag)+R, type 'msconfig' (w/o the quotes), browse to startup tab and post a screenshot here. Window sized accordingly so as to include all items.

Screenshot with Paint

Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums
Attachment 205612

I'm not sure but do u mean that ?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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03 Apr 2012   #4

Winbdows 7 ultimate x64 | Ubuntu 12.04 x64 LTS
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by PowerSkillz View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EzioAuditore View Post
Quote:
If i try repair, there's "windows is getting files" and then it stucks, you can wait here like 2 hours, it won't work.
Boot to windows normally and follow the steps to create a recovery disk, boot from it, and select startup repair.
System Repair Disc - Create

Quote:
Only way, I can start my PC, is remove my Zyxel G-202 Wireless internet adapter. After removing that from USB-port, windows always launches normally. I just have no idea, why i have to disable it. (I'm using WLAN, so i use that to get internet for my PC)
However, seems that your wireless card could be the culprit. Have you updated the driver for it? if not, hit the link and download the latest one. Download Library | ZyXEL

It could be some starup items too that are interfering with the startup process.

Hit Win key (flag)+R, type 'msconfig' (w/o the quotes), browse to startup tab and post a screenshot here. Window sized accordingly so as to include all items.

Screenshot with Paint

Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums
Attachment 205612

I'm not sure but do u mean that ?
Select the 2nd tab from right and post the screeny. And what about the other things? Have you updated the drivers and created repair disk ?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
04 Apr 2012   #5

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EzioAuditore View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by PowerSkillz View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EzioAuditore View Post
Boot to windows normally and follow the steps to create a recovery disk, boot from it, and select startup repair.
System Repair Disc - Create



However, seems that your wireless card could be the culprit. Have you updated the driver for it? if not, hit the link and download the latest one. Download Library | ZyXEL

It could be some starup items too that are interfering with the startup process.

Hit Win key (flag)+R, type 'msconfig' (w/o the quotes), browse to startup tab and post a screenshot here. Window sized accordingly so as to include all items.

Screenshot with Paint

Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums
Attachment 205612

I'm not sure but do u mean that ?
Select the 2nd tab from right and post the screeny. And what about the other things? Have you updated the drivers and created repair disk ?
Uups Attachment 205728 THIS is the right one, right ?

All driver should be updated... can be 100% sure, but i think so. I have no repair disk, this was my first PC so I thought I don't need that one.

And, I want to say it again, the problem is only AFTER crashing. If PC haven'
t been crashing, it launches normally.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
04 Apr 2012   #6

Winbdows 7 ultimate x64 | Ubuntu 12.04 x64 LTS
 
 

So you mean that your pc works fine with the WLAN card plugged in but only when that it crashes, you've to remove the card to be able to successfully boot? Is that so?

And there are more items in startup which isn't visible, are all they disabled?

Please run 'sfc /scannow' (w/o the quotes) in an elevated command window (type cmd in start menu search and right click> run as administrator). Post the output.

After that run chkdsk c: /f /r in the same command window. You'll be told that the test has been scheduled and will be run at next reboot. So, reboot and let the test run.


Quote:
I have no repair disk, this was my first PC so I thought I don't need that one.
A repair disk always come in handy. You just need a cd and follow the link to creating repair disk which i posted earlier.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
04 Apr 2012   #7

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EzioAuditore View Post
So you mean that your pc works fine with the WLAN card plugged in but only when that it crashes, you've to remove the card to be able to successfully boot? Is that so?

And there are more items in startup which isn't visible, are all they disabled?
Yes to both. Now im running the scans, I will post the results.

EDIT: It said some files was broken and it repaired them. Now its also running that another scan when I restart next time
My System SpecsSystem Spec
04 Apr 2012   #8

Winbdows 7 ultimate x64 | Ubuntu 12.04 x64 LTS
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by PowerSkillz View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EzioAuditore View Post
So you mean that your pc works fine with the WLAN card plugged in but only when that it crashes, you've to remove the card to be able to successfully boot? Is that so?

And there are more items in startup which isn't visible, are all they disabled?
Yes to both. Now im running the scans, I will post the results.

EDIT: It said some files was broken and it repaired them. Now its also running that another scan when I restart next time
Okay!
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