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Windows 7: Stuck in System Repair

12 Apr 2011   #1

Windows 7 64 bit
Stuck in System Repair


So yesterday I was enjoying a match of league of legends on my computer and it completely froze up on me. I had no option but to give it the hard shutoff, so I held down the power button. Upon starting my computer back up, I was brought into system repair. It tried to repair and then said it could not be repaired, and so I restarted it. It then said it went into repairing once again and said it may take up to an hour. A minute later it said the errors were fixed, and restarted the system for me. It then continued to do that and has been doing that every time I restart it.

I tried logging in to safe mode but it just brought me into system repair.

I tried to restore to an earlier point but the restore failed.

I tried using a Windows 7 Reinstall disk and had odd results. The first time it said a file was missing during the expanding files. The Second time it got to completing install and then said the disk was missing files to complete and to contact the disk manufacturer. I'm currently running it one more time to see if I can get it to work.

All I have plugged in is the mouse, the keyboard, and the monitor.

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