|05 Feb 2013||#1206|
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At the weekend I built a (mostly) new PC, and used my old harddrive which had windows 7 pro (retail) intalled on it. After starting up, I entered a reboot loop which startup repair cannot fix. Would I be able to do a repair install using my old computer which is still intact other than hard-drives and then move it across to the new one, or would that not solve anything. I have other questions too, but I'm not sure they belong in this thread, though I thought my startup repair question would best fit here.
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