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Windows 7: Windows 7 boot up failure

11 Oct 2012   #1
fugitiveurchin

windows 7 home basic 32 bit
 
 
Windows 7 boot up failure

I have an acer aspire one d257 netbook running windows 7 home starter.
i had set boot password,hdd password and supervisor password from bios and as soon as i pressed F10 (save & exit) it showed that windows needs some start up repair. now the start up repair is going on and on and thre computer restarts finally it asked for sending problem to microsoft to which i clicked no.now the boot screen shows up and after that it shows windows is loading files and then it shows attempting system repair but the it restarts again and the whole process is repeated (it has happened for more than 5-6 times) .Is there a way i can do system restore (i neither have a dvd drive nor i have a windows dvd-the os came pre installed) ? or any other solution pls...


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12 Oct 2012   #2
fugitiveurchin

windows 7 home basic 32 bit
 
 

no one is helping
so now i did the acer d2d recovery thing everything went fine the it shows setup is starting services and after some second it shows "Windows could not complete the installation.To install Windows on this computer,restart the computer,restart the installation."
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