|12 May 2012||#1|
Desktop refuses to boot properly after shutdown
Backstory: Was playing a game of league of legends fullscreen and I noticed some random freezes. Eventually, it just closed itself. Then other programs began closing on their own too, as if my pc was restarting, so I just turned it off and turned it back on
Now on the bootup, it just says Starting Windows and just stays there for a very long time without doing anything. It eventually just restarts and tells me to try going into startup repair. I tried going into startup repair, and left it going overnight, but it just sat there in a loop and never did anything.
I also tried Safe Mode, but it loaded a bunch of files and stopped at atipcie64.sys. I'm not sure what happened to my pc and I'm running out of ideas. Anyone heard of something like this before?
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|12 May 2012||#4|
As you said, you cannot boot into safe mode too, right ?
First , check that if your RAM working properly or not. RAM - Test with Memtest86+
If ram works properly, the repair from CD/DVD should run properly.
And, as it is not running the repairs, read the detailed steps described here, too .
Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Boot
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