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Windows 7: Windows Vista is messed up when booting. Please help!

18 May 2012   #1
Purestone10

Vista
 
 
Windows Vista is messed up when booting. Please help!

I have a 2005 Windows Vista, and it may seem old, but I need to for school. When I start up my laptop it does the normal loading screen, then a different screen appears.

It says:

"Checking file system on C:
The type of the file system is NTFS

A disk check has been scheduled"

Then it says I can press a key to skip, but when I do. It stops for a moment, then just restarts my computer. And the same screen popped up asking for the File system on C:.

If I actually run the scan completely, it will restart my computer and do the loading screen then it does the screen asking for the File system on C:.

If there is anything that can be done please help, If my computer is screwed up beyond belief, and there is nothing you can do please tell me. If you are able to help me please do it step by step because I'm not very intelligent in this type of stuff.

Also I do not a a system reset disk, and my disk drive will not come out. It may be broken.


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18 May 2012   #2
windude99

Windows 7 Professional x64 Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Purestone10 View Post
I have a 2005 Windows Vista, and it may seem old, but I need to for school. When I start up my laptop it does the normal loading screen, then a different screen appears.

It says:

"Checking file system on C:
The type of the file system is NTFS

A disk check has been scheduled"

Then it says I can press a key to skip, but when I do. It stops for a moment, then just restarts my computer. And the same screen popped up asking for the File system on C:.

If I actually run the scan completely, it will restart my computer and do the loading screen then it does the screen asking for the File system on C:.

If there is anything that can be done please help, If my computer is screwed up beyond belief, and there is nothing you can do please tell me. If you are able to help me please do it step by step because I'm not very intelligent in this type of stuff.

Also I do not a a system reset disk, and my disk drive will not come out. It may be broken.
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