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Windows 7: Win7 nor Win7 repair disc will not boot, keep getting 'startup repair'

05 Feb 2012   #41

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by QueenPisces View Post
Okay, I re-did everything in post #11. Is BIOS the same as the Setup Utility or Boot Manager? Those are the only two places I see that I can get to to change the boot order. If so, I did this again, and still back to the same screen.
Yeah, this definitely looks like hardware failure of some kind. At this point, it will be up to Toshiba. Sorry we couldn't get it to go further. Is the computer still under warranty?

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05 Feb 2012   #42

Windows 7 32bit

I really do appreciate ALL your time & help in trying to get my computer back up and running! At this point, seems it may be best to go ahead and send it in... although I hate to do that... I need it back up & running! Thanks again!! I sincerely appreciate it! And yes, I found out I have 10 days left of my warranty! ;-)
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25 Jan 2013   #43

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Thats no virus.

That means there is something seriously wrong with your computer.
I kept getting the same thing on a VM when I deleted system32 on it.

Now, you can't boot into a CD, eh?

Do you see a BIOS screen when booting up your computer?
If so, press the special key to go into setup and check to see if the boot order is set to CD-ROM drive first.

If it is not, follow the instructions on your BIOS setup to change it.

Save the settings, and your disc should now boot.

If you don't see a BIOS screen, then there is something seriously wrong with your computer, and you will need to either:
Get it repaired
Or get a new one

If you get a new one you can buy cheap SATA to USB or IDE to USB adapters from EBay, then pull apart the other computer, take out the HDD, put it on the adapter and pull off all the files using another computer.

Hope this helps.
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