|10 Oct 2011||#1|
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Windows 7 boot fail
Hello, sorry for my english but This forum is probably the last thing that could help me.
I rode other topics about this problem. When I start computer it stops right before "Starting Windows" and there is only a black screen. I cant start windows any way.
So i put a disc with windows and try to repair but it said: "there is no problem with windows starting"
Than I started a console and try to insert c: and then
bootrec /fixmbr and fixboot
but fixboot doesn't work - I dont remember literally but it said something like: there is no filesystem/wrong filesystem
when i try to scanos it say that there is 0 operating systems.
Then I tried to run gparted to flag a disc, but it showed me different partitions configuration then ive got on windows - there is no windows disc!
oo.. i tried also to build BCD but when i had to put command: cd boot it said there is no comand like that
Please help me... I dont want to make a format...
Are there any different ways of fix it?
Sorry sorry from my english
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|10 Oct 2011||#2|
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Does the HD register in BIOS setup? Is it set first to boot in BIOS setup, after CD/DVD drive? Try booting HD maker's diagnostic/repair CD to run extended scan: HD Diagnostic
Check for infection by installing, updating and running full scan with Malwarebytes in Safe Mode with networking. If no Safe Mode then download, burn to CD or write to flash stick, boot and run a full scan with Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper.
Boot back into the DVD REpair console or Repair CD to see if it discovers an installation to repair. If not, click through to Recovery Tools list to open command Prompt, type bootrec /fixboot and bootrec /fixmbr to see if it will now show an installation to repair. Do not change the drive letter as you say you did. If it now finds an installation to repair run Startup Repair repeatedly regardless of its finding at first. Next try System Restore from the Repair tools list, then using Command Line SFC -SCANNOW Run in Command Prompt at Boot
Next boot free Partition Wizard bootable CD to see if the 100mb System Rserved partition (preferred) or Windows 7 partition are still marked Active. If not, rightlick to Modify>Set to Active, then highlight the HD, from Disk tab select "Rebuild MBR", apply steps, reboot to see if it will start. You can also Explore the partitions to see if your files are intact; if so the OS should be reparable unless you damaged it with previous repair attempts.
You can copy out your files using DVD/Repair CD: Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console or using Paragon Rescue CD.
Then if all else fails run Factory Recovery from boot using its Fkey given on first screen, or Recovery Disks you've made or order from manufacturer, or find a Windows 7 isntallation DVD to clean reinstall with Product Key on COA sticker following these steps: Reinstalling Windows 7
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