|04 Sep 2010||#11|
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you should make a back up image of your windows drive every month. Is your your harddrive going bad? If its a bad drive make a image of the old drive. replace the drive and re image the new drive. then repair should be able to fix the problem.
I'm having a problem with startup-repair,I don't know why,but it's trying to 'repair' my 'problems'.
It runned 5 times already,and I can't start windows..After I press finnish on the setup,it shuts down,and when I turn it on again,the setup appeares once again,even if I choosed to "Start Windows normally".
Anyone can help?
What should I do?[without reinstalling windows pls i know that option too,but i'm lazy to reinstall windows then linux too..]
P.S: Linux tells me,that my CPU is misconfigured,and some error with my graph card,but I didn't had any problems b4 with them..
LE: at the end of the scan,it tells me to remove any plugged cameras,mp3players,cellphones etc. , but only my mouse is plugged in USB ..
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|28 Feb 2013||#13|
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Note: You may need to do startup repair 3 to 4 times.
System Repair Disc - Create
System Recovery Options
Partition - Mark as Active
How to use the Bootrec.exe tool in the Windows Recovery Environment to troubleshoot and repair startup issues in Windows
That's last thing I can see in my system after every time I restart my laptop.
Windows 7 32Bit OS
Please help to recover from the problem.
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