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Windows 7: Been on the "starting windows" for 20 min? Cant start!

17 Jul 2009   #1

window 7
 
 
Been on the "starting windows" for 20 min? Cant start!

Hi im a medical student, exam are this coming up Monday. I started up my Sony, beta window 7 this morning and an error window pops up. Asking me to repair or start up normally. So I have tried both and have left me helpless for several min going back to th window error rcovery screen

I then did f8 several time to start up normally with network after 20 min a blue screen with writing popped up. now it went by too fast for me to read.



Currently it took me back to the windows error recovery screen asking me ONLY two things to launch startup repair or to start window normally? What do I do?

I downloaded a neuro program right before iwent to bed the download failed and I turn off my computer without deleting it
Please help! I should have deleted it but was too tired form studying 12 hours straight with only 5 hours of sleep and I have to do it again but without notes is basically impossible.
I thank anyone in advace that might know what's going on. I think that the program was incompatiable w/ windown 7 or was basically a virus.



again thank you in advance,
Ling

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17 Jul 2009   #2

7x86 7260, 7x86 7264
 
 

Can you boot into safemode - if you can do so, then uninstall the app you think maybe in question.

Also, maybe try a restore to a date before that application was installed?
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17 Jul 2009   #3

Windows 7 7600.16384 x64
 
 

Can you do a last know good configuratuion? If not, do safe mode, then run a system restore to before you installed the app...
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17 Jul 2009   #4

 
 

Hi Ling, welcome to the forums.

If you are getting the 'Startup Repair' option then try it, see what happens. If you have the DVD it would be best to do a Repair Install as this will restore all your System files.

Hope this helps




Jeff
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17 Jul 2009   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Or choose the repair option and do a system restore.
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17 Jul 2009   #6

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

I actually have this problem a lot on vista. It's cause (for me) by a single device. A USB card reader. About every 10 boots, this card reader will stall the boot forever. But in this case, pulling the reader out allows instant continuation of boot.

So on the chance that you have a bunch of USB devices, try pulling them out. Expecially things like card readers

It's always the cheap crap that causes me problems on my PC. But where can you buy a QUALITY card reader? They are all $8 and no one would pay $50 for one no matter how well engineered so you're kind of stuck with the crap in cases like this.
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17 Jul 2009   #7

window 7
 
 

Again I'm a very bad w/ computers I guess medical school doesn't offer classes on how to fix computers.

I don't know how to do a configuration. If you can teach me that would help I think...I check all the USB plug and nothing is connected. Only the power plug. Im back at doing F8 and at the advance booth options. Doing safe mode WITHOUT network right now and ti's stuck at window/system32/drivers/BTHidMgr.sys

I also dont have the dvd Its the beta window and one of those min computer so I cant burn a program DVD. I do have a flash usb?

Soooo right now im waiting and the computer says it's loading windows files and again Im stuck at BTHidgmr.sys and asking me to please wait.

I dont care for the neuro program i want it out of my computer. How do i get the most recent dl program out of my computer....I just want my notes powerpoint

Help!
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17 Jul 2009   #8

window 7
 
 

update....after some time has passed while trying to start safe mode. My computer popped up a startup repair window automatically. Says it's checking for problems . it's still searching..... should it take this long?
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17 Jul 2009   #9

Windows 7 7600.16384 x64
 
 

Sometimes yes....


About the BTHidgmr.sys

sounds like a bluetooth device?

Do you have a bluetooh mouse/Keyboard/dongle?

is this a laptop?
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17 Jul 2009   #10

window 7
 
 

Hey 7echnoo7im

IT(my computer) figured it out. My panic attack didn't help me (sigh) I should have just waited till my computer fixes itself and surly it did.Wasted 3 hours of studying time.

Well again it started up fine. I put in my password and deleted the stupid neuro program.

And yes I do have a bluetooth device on my laptop its so I can listen to lectures while cooking/cleaning.

Thanks for the help ! life as a M1 is scary if you dont have notes lectures powerpoint .......




Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by 7echno7im View Post
Sometimes yes....


About the BTHidgmr.sys

sounds like a bluetooth device?

Do you have a bluetooh mouse/Keyboard/dongle?

is this a laptop?
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