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Windows 7: Windows crashes after boot, text not displayed

31 Jul 2012   #1
gourish39

Windows 7 professional 32 Bit
 
 
Windows crashes after boot, text not displayed

Whenever I try to boot my computer the default "welcome" message on the start up does not appear. The graphics appear to be changed a little, but can successfully login to my account . The desktop icons are displayed without the corresponding descriptive text for example I can see computer icon but not the "My computer" tag ,same with all icons. Right clicking on anything pops up a menu without text just a white box. Clicking activity never works and the system just crashes with a blue screen or a blank screen after few seconds.

The issue started after I ran sfc/scanow command through command promt. I got several errors in system files which it fixed but not for the good(apparently the tool suppose to help users got me in trouble). Subsequent attempts yielded no errors. safe mode just displays windows icon , nothing else.

Some history: I have previously used several theme softwares which tweak the system files but uninstalled it later.

I tried to repair the installation using the DVD but it couldn't find any problems. Also the DVD is without servive pack 1 and I have Windows 7 pro SP1. couldn't uninstall SP1 through command line it just pops a blank white screen

Please some one help me out I have lots of engineering software tools I use for my college work so cannot afford a disk clean up as I don't have installation dvd's and cannot afford another student's licence.


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01 Aug 2012   #2
Capt.Jack Sparrow

Windows 7 Ultimate - 64-bit | Windows 8 Pro - 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gourish39 View Post
Whenever I try to boot my computer the default "welcome" message on the start up does not appear. The graphics appear to be changed a little, but can successfully login to my account . The desktop icons are displayed without the corresponding descriptive text for example I can see computer icon but not the "My computer" tag ,same with all icons. Right clicking on anything pops up a menu without text just a white box. Clicking activity never works and the system just crashes with a blue screen or a blank screen after few seconds.

The issue started after I ran sfc/scanow command through command promt. I got several errors in system files which it fixed but not for the good(apparently the tool suppose to help users got me in trouble). Subsequent attempts yielded no errors. safe mode just displays windows icon , nothing else.

Some history: I have previously used several theme softwares which tweak the system files but uninstalled it later.

I tried to repair the installation using the DVD but it couldn't find any problems. Also the DVD is without servive pack 1 and I have Windows 7 pro SP1. couldn't uninstall SP1 through command line it just pops a blank white screen

Please some one help me out I have lots of engineering software tools I use for my college work so cannot afford a disk clean up as I don't have installation dvd's and cannot afford another student's licence.
Hello there!

Sound like lot of the system files might have corrupted. Try this article Slipstream Windows 7 SP1 into a Installation DVD or ISO File and slipstream Service pack 1 to your DVD then try to run a Repair Install. If that failed you may need to backup the data and do a Clean Install Clean Install Windows 7
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