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Windows 7: Problem?

16 Feb 2009   #1
ebartolon

Windows 7, Windows Vista
 
 
Problem?

Excuse me I think this is in the wrong section maybe forum but my desktop not my laptop that im using now wont turn on its just hasa error like fail to load file, checksum ... something like that please help me?


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16 Feb 2009   #2
swarfega

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

Try booting from your Windows DVD and run repair startup and see if that helps.

If you're still stuck, shout and Im sure we'l be able to help.
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16 Feb 2009   #3
ebartolon

Windows 7, Windows Vista
 
 

Idk, it wont let me boot sometimes, liek i have to wait 30
just to see something on the screen and the error come up when i run the disk too.
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16 Feb 2009   #4
ebartolon

Windows 7, Windows Vista
 
 

The Problem to be exact says. "The File is possibly corrupt. The File Header checksum does not match the computed checksum."
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16 Feb 2009   #5
scaramonga

 
 

Try this:

1. While booting press F8 to get the Advanced Boot Options.

2. While in the Advanced Boot Options screen, press the (Esc) key.

3. While in the Windows Boot Manager screen, press the Tab key.

4. Select Windows Memory Diagnostics, press Enter.

The Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool will start checking the computerís memory, and reboot when done.

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16 Feb 2009   #6
ebartolon

Windows 7, Windows Vista
 
 

What does this do?
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