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Windows 7: Trying to find the culprit in boot failure twice the past month

06 Jun 2012   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Update: Got rid of System Mechanic Pro

Tried to come as close to a Clean Install as possible - need to find all the software, drivers, keys, etc, however I have uninstalled AFAIK everything HP other than my printer.

I've been making full backups using Acronis.

The stability have been good so far.

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 Trying to find the culprit in boot failure twice the past month

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