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Windows 7: How to reboot laptop when it is stuck on x:/windows/system32/cmd.exe

04 Dec 2011   #41
Kaktussoft

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Oke and good luck. But it's so simple to investigate!
  • You have an ACER-recovery partition, a partition with windows and probably one called "system reserved" (size 100MB)
Investage with diskpart which one is the active partition. Set "system reserved" as the active partition and try to boot. If not working post back.

diskpart can tell you all info!!
bcdedit /store c:\boot\bcd
or
bcdedit /store d:\boot\bcd
tells you the bootmenu options

Are all windows files gone or do you have a windows folder filled with a lot of files. Something is saying to start "windows setup" . it's in your bcd store


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05 Aug 2012   #42
atdhe

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Hello all i am new (joined Today) i have the same problem
it shows me X:....
i followed all things that you wrote here but to me doesnt show any volume or disk
maybe that my laptop fall on the floor
i also check the test how to say at the beginning and it says that the problem is : HARD DISK 1
my question is must i buy a new HDD or i can repair
Thanks
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