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Windows 7: Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

07 May 2015   #1

Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

Help Guys, i did a startup repair infinite loop recovery, because my desktop hard disk wont boot normally

so after the successfully of the repair, all my files in partition drive "D" is also back on the earlier files.
how to get back to the previous windows registry.

please help,
thanks in advance

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07 May 2015   #2


Everything possible is here for Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start.

Why did you start with Infinite Loop Recovery? Did you perform it exactly according to Step 11?
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07 May 2015   #3


yes i did perform exactly according to the Step 11,

i did infinite loop recovery, because my computer hard disk is boot looping, and i try the start up repair to boot my hard disk normally, after i did the step all my previous data and files 2015 including partition drive was lost, how can i back to the previous registry that wont boot normally so i can try other start up recovery to keep my previous files.

also no system restore after i did a start up repair infinite loop recovery
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08 May 2015   #4


This is why that step is included at the end of the list for Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start, in addition to the fact it rarely works and wasn't even included until EasyBCD automated that procedure in their boot disk as a part of other more comprehensive Startup repair regimen.

Your best bet now is to rescue any files not backed up and do a perfect Clean Reinstall Windows 7
since we know for sure you'll then have the best install of Win7 possible, and sticking with only the tools and methods given in that tutorial have worked for 1.5 million consumers without a single one returning with problems.
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