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Windows 7: Windows7 wont run after update

26 Sep 2019   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
Windows7 wont run after update

Greetings! im write this topic on borrowed my friend laptop with Windows 10.

Yesterday ive working on 3D model using Blender, when system pop-up informs me to install some new update or gonna install hmself after selected time(10min by default)
Ive saved my work and install that update. everything install fine but windows 7 durning booting up shows some error who says ive shutdown system not correctly


Ive never shutdown my laptop when system install update, neither plug out cable from power socket.
i dont know whats going on? so ive followed up to restore system following these setups and no sucess, just keep restarts and still asking me to try restore system again and again.

I really need my system back because that 3D model in blender ive worked are very important to my visualization apartament project.

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26 Sep 2019   #2
Vineet Garg

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 With Sp1 + Vista Ultimate x32 with Sp1 & Sp2 !!

Hello @Pablo1989,
Welcome to the SevenForums!

Immediately stop trying to get the OS back in shape or you may lose your recent works! First try to grab the material, you have recently created, with a mini OS.

Are you aware that you can boot from a Pen Drive ( USB ) Or DVD on the problematic PC ?
Do you have an external HDD & a Pen Drive ?
Did you save your work on a Separate Data partition or C: ( Desktop, Downloads, My Documents, My Videos, My Pictures, etc. ) ?

Downloads :

(i) This Mini OS ISO: Win10 Rescue Media by Kyhi Sir.

(ii) Usb7ice.exe Google Drive Link

Let me know.

Thanks & Regards. ...
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