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Windows 7: Windows 7 restarts at windows loading screen


01 May 2010   #1

Windows 7
 
 
Windows 7 restarts at windows loading screen

Hi, recently my computer (after a refomat and clean install) just as stated restarts at windows loading screen, however im still able to boot into safe mode. So im wondering what may be the problem???

Oh and sys specs
I5 @3.20ghz DH55C
4gb ram
ati radeaon HD 5850

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01 May 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Was there any recent hardware or driver changes ? If so, you might want to use the install disk to do a system restore and see if you can boot back in.
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01 May 2010   #3

Windows 7
 
 

Before hand i did try to do a system restore, however it came back to the same startup repair thingy so i decided to go for a fresh install oh the error for the startup repair was a bad driver?
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01 May 2010   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

I still do not quite understand.

Following a fresh install you still got the restarts ?

After the system restore you still got the restarts ?

I am basically asking to see if it happens all the time or after you installed some drivers. If it happens all the time at the start up it could be your graphics card acting up or something within the OS. Random restarts/crashing is usually RAM related. Anyway I need some more info to be able diagnose further.
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01 May 2010   #5

Windows 7
 
 

1.ok to clear the misunder standing yep when the problem start i did a system restore however the problem was still there (restarts when windows starting logo)

2.I did a fresh install, after the configuration for first time use the os booted up. I restarted and test to see if it will boot up normaly but it went back to square one.

so could it have been my grafics card overheated?? its less than a month old. The thing that is bugging me is that im still able to acess through safe mode and use the internet but i am however UNABLE to boot normaly at all, even when booting by CD/DVD after windows loading files it reaches the logo and RESTARTS!

Ram test also indicated that ram modules were proplery seated
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02 May 2010   #6

Windows 7
 
 

Arg help i scrwed up further, i played with the bios and ended up selecting the video display adapter as an external PCI card!!?!?! i have aready tried resetting the jumper and cmos battery however im still stuck with NO display vedio screen on the monitor!
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02 May 2010   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

You should reset to the default settings in your BIOS to make sure that you did not change anything that you shouldn't have. Next I would go here and download new drivers for your card and install them in safe mode and see if you can boot into Windows normally after that.

That should eliminate a couple problems. Your card should be fine it has an automatic fan control built in to protect it, plus you would not see anything in safe mode it your card was dead. I have also seen this happen from a corrupt OS install, but it is probably driver related if it works in safe mode. Try those things and get back to us and we can give you more things to try if that does not work.
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02 May 2010   #8

Windows 7
 
 

hmm thanks for the help but firstly how excatly am i suppose to get the bios to default settings if i cannot see anything on the screen (its all black and says no video input) my motherboard is a DH55C* intel Bios it says press F2 to and then F9 to set to defaults and F10 to safe and exit on boot. However i have tried this many times and still recive no video input because the BIOS is telling the vedio display adapter to display from a external PCI express card(this was my mistake)

2. Before this problemed happened and i was in safe mode i was UNABLE to install the ati Catalayst 10.4(latest driver for the HD 5850) error given was no driver found.... and in the device manager i was only able to see the standard VGA apdater under display tab , i was unable to see my card series under the display tab..
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15 May 2010   #9

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

I just recently encountered this exact problem. Computer was restarting after the welcome screen, I tried a system restore, checked my ram, and finally tried a fresh install. The problem was still there. I just (minutes ago) downloaded and installed the lastest version drivers for my graphics card (Geforce GTX 240) in safe mode. I restarted and have been up out of safe mode ever since.
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16 May 2010   #10

Windows 7
 
 

lol lucky you my comptuer is giving me a WAVE of problems... ok i got it repaired booted up fine at the shop came back fine for 1 day than BOOM problem's back... Btw i only installed one game (black and white 2 + realteak wireless drivers for vista x64 in compatiablity mode)

1.I am unable to enter safe mode
2.Restore to factory settings options did not fix the problem
3.Same problem as before i am unable to get past windows loading screen(shuts down and restarts after about 10 seconds of the logo showing)
4. I am unable to boot from disk also because it restarts at the loading screen too!

What can be the next course of action HELP this is driving me nutS!
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