|02 Aug 2012||#1|
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computer crashed- startup repair does nothing
My computer is a Sony Vaio running Windows 7 Ultimate.
Lately, my computers been running a bit slower than normal and last night I was watching anime on a site a friend of mine sent me. Well, the webpages kept freezing and I shut my computer off to restart it. When I tried to load my computer, I get either "Startup Repair (Recommended)" or "Start Windows Normally" (on the Windows Error Recovery Screen).
When I load up Startup Repair, it doesn't do anything, it just scans for a problem, but then restarts to the Windows Error Recovery Screen. And if I "Start Windows Normally", it acts like it's going to load but then eventually does a Startup Repair (which, as I stated before, doesn't really do anything), and the restarts.
I also can't boot into safe mode either.
I don't have a windows disk, and my computer is telling me I don't have a restore point set up to do a system Restore.
Unfortunatley, I'm not very compter savy so I'm really not sure what to do.
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|03 Aug 2012||#2|
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In that case you need to obtain the OEM disk from Sony and run Startup Repair 3 different times Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times if that failed then run a Repair Install. Check this article How to replace Microsoft software or hardware, order service packs, and replace product manuals
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