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Windows 7: Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

25 Jan 2014   #380
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MilkMee6 View Post
Ok thanks. I am unable to boot into safe mode. When I run Startup Repair I receive two errors. msisadrv.sys is corrupt, Error Code = 0x2. And wdfldr.sys is corrupt. I copied those two files from another Windows 7 64bit OS and put them on my corrupt drive and it gave me the error code listed above. Any other way to fix these two corrupt files?

Update - Trying to start windows, windows boot manager now gives corrupt file ksecdd.sys.
Looks like it may be time to reinstall.


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25 Jan 2014   #381
amponce

64
 
 
This worked perfectly

Thank you for the detailed tutorial, I've been stressing for weeks over this issue. Finally came across this thread and now my system is back to normal
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26 Jan 2014   #382
MilkMee6

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Yea...that's what I think I'm going to have to do. Thanks for the replies though! I appreciate it!
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14 Feb 2014   #383
elorsal

Windows 7
 
 
Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

Well it works, I can get back to my Windows system except when I restart again, the same problem occurs and I have to go through your process again.

Did I do something wrong or what?

Ciao, Jim
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14 Feb 2014   #384
elorsal

Windows 7
 
 

I did your routine 3 times as every time I restart, the same problem occurs. I am now on my 4th attempt. What am I doing wrong or what is not being corrected?

Ciao , jim
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14 Feb 2014   #385
ShaneP

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 
Reboot Loop whats next

Hello, newbie here but I been reading the forum for some time. My Windows 7 Pro 64 is experiencing the Reboot Loop with the latest 14 patches that were released on 02/11/14. I managed to get up and running using a Win7 ISO on a USB thumb drive. Then reverting back to a Restore Point. But now Iím not sure how I can install these 14 patches without going back into the loop. Just looking for some help on what my next steps should be other than a OS reinstall.
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20 Feb 2014   #386
elorsal

Windows 7
 
 
Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

OK,I went through that Recovery Loop many, many times but it could never co0mpletely get rid of the problem.
Then I wen through the Startup Repair 3 times procedure. I did that for 3 times. Nothing
So then I decided to have the computer run all night with the Looping error saying it was "configuring My PC" and when I woke up in the morning, there it was, all gone, the PC was fixed.

So what do I attribute that to? Was Windows 7 actually trying to configure my PC with the updates and I wouldn't let it do it's job? I don't know but it seems when I let it run it's course, it got fixed.

Thanks for all the help anyway, it was quite an experience.

Ciao, Jim
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13 Apr 2014   #387
bryandayak

windows 7
 
 
Please help me! I can't find Program Files, in any of my drives!

hi guys, I really need help, I've followed the instructions in using the command prompt, but I just can't find the drive with the Program Files, Users Etc2. So I'm stuck at the first part of it!

I've tried using command prompt through the repair startup, and the command prompt with Safe mode. I've even tried to look for the files in drives E and F.

I'm not a tech savvy guy, and I really need help.

Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery-command-prompt.png

Please help me!


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13 Apr 2014   #388
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello Bryan, and welcome to Seven Forums.

Your screenshot isn't a command prompt at boot as in the tutorial.

From your screenshot C: is the correct drive letter, but you were just looking in the "C:\Users\Christopher" folder instead of just C:.

If you have "C:\Users\Christopher" in the prompt, type:

CD\ (press Enter)

If you have some other drive letter, then type:

C: (press Enter)

Hope this helps,
Shawn
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15 Apr 2014   #389
nikest022

win 7 64 bit ultimate
 
 
thanks my friend

today I followed your instructions and worked for me. win 7 ultimate now boot normally.
Thanks again !!
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