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Windows 7: STUCK on welcome after force shutdown


04 Jan 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 
STUCK on welcome after force shutdown

hi this is very important really ive got very important stuff on that pc and my bro will get extremely angry when he wakes up its 4 am in the morning and i cannot find a solution pls help fast!

I forced shut down my pc while it was shutting down for some applicaiton i thought it was a virus, it wasnt but it ruined my pc. It stucks on the Welcome. i tried running a system restore from the startup repair but it got stuck there after a lot of time and forced shut down again.


Nothing boots, neither safe mode neither repair pls heeeeeeelp!!!!

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04 Jan 2013   #2

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Hi demetroman,

You may try the following steps to see if they help:
1. Disconnect external USB devices
- Unplug all external peripherals (iPod/Printer/etc)

2. Release Flea Power
- Unplug all cables (power/keyboard/mouse/monitor) to isolate the tower
- Press and hold down the power button for 10 seconds continuously
- Plug only the most essential components (keyboard/mouse/monitor); attach the power cable
- Power on the computer and repeatedly tap 'Space bar' (Promptly after the machine powers on)
- Highlight and tap 'Enter' to select 'Delete Restoration Data' (if prompted)
- Check if the system works

Hope this helps.
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04 Jan 2013   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Saurabh A View Post
Hi demetroman,

You may try the following steps to see if they help:
1. Disconnect external USB devices
- Unplug all external peripherals (iPod/Printer/etc)

2. Release Flea Power
- Unplug all cables (power/keyboard/mouse/monitor) to isolate the tower
- Press and hold down the power button for 10 seconds continuously
- Plug only the most essential components (keyboard/mouse/monitor); attach the power cable
- Power on the computer and repeatedly tap 'Space bar' (Promptly after the machine powers on)
- Highlight and tap 'Enter' to select 'Delete Restoration Data' (if prompted)
- Check if the system works

Hope this helps.

Okay thanks a lot man But THE PROBLEM IS NOT FIXED. i managed to run startup repair, but

It asked meif i want to do system recovery and i clicked no cancel , (only repair) but the blue bar that moves while its repairing it doesnt move its frozen and it says attempting repairs... nothing moves. please help fast
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04 Jan 2013   #4
Microsoft MVP

 

Let it finish. Those reckless forced shutdowns will only continue to make it worse. Then if it doesn't start boot back into Startup Repair by tapping the F8 key repeatedly at boot, run Startup Repair again. This time allow it to run System Restore. If this fails run System Restore from the System Recovery Options list/.

These repairs might run better from Windows 7 DVD or System Repair CD.

If this fails, start at the top to work through the steps for Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start. Everything possible to repair the OS is there, leading up to if necessary rescuiing your files to run Factory Recovery or get the superior Clean Reinstall.

Fill in your System Specs in bottom left corner of post.


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04 Jan 2013   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Let it finish. Those reckless forced shutdowns will only continue to make it worse. Then if it doesn't start boot back into Startup Repair by tapping the F8 key repeatedly at boot, run Startup Repair again. This time allow it to run System Restore. If this fails run System Restore from the System Recovery Options list/.

These repairs might run better from Windows 7 DVD or System Repair CD.

If this fails, start at the top to work through the steps for Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start. Everything possible to repair the OS is there, leading up to if necessary rescuiing your files to run Factory Recovery or get the superior Clean Reinstall.

Fill in your System Specs in bottom left corner of post.

thanks sir ill go to bed and leave my pc running startup repair till i wake up, ill keep you updated . thanks
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04 Jan 2013   #6
Microsoft MVP

 

It may have skipped the repair that will work because you wouldn't let it run System Restore. Did it also throw up a message saying it was checking the Disk which may take a long time?
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05 Jan 2013   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Fixed ) Maaaaany but many thnnx to saurabrh. I set hrough the bios the dvd rom as first device, I holded the power button for 10 seconds restarted in widnows disc repaired and fixed
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08 Jan 2013   #8

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Hi demetroman,

'Residual electricity' stored in capacitors (In 'Power Supply or Circuit Board') may sometimes prevent the computer from starting up.

Thank you for the reply; glad that you were able to 'repair Windows'. Do reply if you have any further questions; glad to assist
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