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Windows 7: Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

13 Oct 2016   #500
Val Gal 86

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit Build 6.1.7601

Okee dokee... I got to the Regback, all files exist but are way off the amounts you've mentioned.
Default 262,144
Sam 61,440
Security 24,576
Software 70,615,040
System 21,004,288
5 files 91,967,488
2 Dir 537,426,518,016

I will not be continuing until I get some input from here as I am not a PC wiz like some of you here, but I can follow directions.

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14 Oct 2016   #501

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Vista x64 / 7 X64

The sizes sound OK.
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14 Oct 2016   #502
Val Gal 86

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit Build 6.1.7601

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
The sizes sound OK.
Thank you so much for replying!
They do?!? Really?!? Hmmmmm....
That's not what the instructions say.
Nice quotes btw...
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03 Nov 2016   #503

Windows 7

I make all the steps but when i make the 13 my pc give me the info i have 0 bytes. what i can do for fix this problem?
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04 Nov 2016   #504

Windows 7 32 Bit

hi guys having the same issue as most of you, tried this fix didn't work at all....any ideas on what else i can do?

Cheers in advance
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2 Weeks Ago   #505

Windows 10 Home x64

I know I'm not even nearly the first to, but I just had to sign up to this forum to give many, many thanks to the original poster for this solution.

Windows Start-up Repair wouldn't work.
System Restore wouldn't work.
Checkdisk wouldn't work.
System File Checker wouldn't work.
Repairing the Boot Manager wouldn't work.
A few other things wouldn't work.

This was literally my last throw of the dice. I'm so happy that I persevered and that my Google Fu skills were strong.

So thanks again Dzomlija.
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