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Windows 7: X:\windows\system32\cmd.exe - What is this...???

12 Jan 2016   #11

Windows 7 home premium 32 bit before i tried w10 (64bit) and back to windows7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ztruker View Post
Magog, you are replying to a 2 and a half year old thread. It's called Necroposting :)
The answer(s) still served a purpose even if it "seems" resolved from 2.5yrs ago..i have the same problem that of the above...unfortunately I dont have dvdbruner/cdplayer on my ultrabook..but i have a backup external harddisk... What shoul I do next after the dead end blue wallpaper without the login sign...and all the same thing told by fisherfinder2000

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12 Jan 2016   #12

Windows 7 home premium 32 bit before i tried w10 (64bit) and back to windows7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Magog View Post
Occasionally when this error happens when you restart you CPU windows won't detect keyboard inputs not recognizing your key stroke attempting to boot from disk ,so when you restart the CPU with the install disk loaded press delete when loading to go into your bios set up , unplug keyboard and plug it back in then save and leave bios setup then when it restarts it will allow you to reboot from the disk as it will accept the keyboard input
How would i do this in a laptop without disk drive? I got the same scenario as Fishersfinder2000 After sitting on more than an hour standby from a message box that is on repair shows eventually the details and end up "bad hard disk" ...i click the other recovery option button and ended up at this message:
(See photo) which recovery tool shoul i clck?

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12 Jan 2016   #13

Windows 7 home premium 32 bit before i tried w10 (64bit) and back to windows7

I have no restorations points when i tried the i tried memory diagnotics...with this "developmental" new pop message as compared a month a go...can this meant reformat is an option rather than completely replacing the hard disk?
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