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Windows 7: Deleting corrupt file record segment xxxxxxxx

05 May 2017   #1
daniellouwrens

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 32-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 
Deleting corrupt file record segment xxxxxxxx

Hi

I hjave no idea which forum this belongs to but I guess everything comes
under "General".

On my W7 PC I just changed the name of an attached hard drive, attached
through an external SATA port to the MB, I'm not sure this is relevant.

I then restarted the PC and it did not boot to Windows, I have a black screen with white
text running, the text says
"Deleting corrupt file record segment" and then progressive numbers, it is over 160,000
at the moment.

Could someone help me with what is happening, I have googled it and found no mention
of the exact content of the text.

Any help appreciated.

Regards

Daniel


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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05 May 2017   #2
daniellouwrens

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 32-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Hi

I have no idea which forum this belongs to but I guess everything comes
under "General".

On my W7 PC I just changed the name of an attached hard drive, attached
through an external SATA port to the MB, I'm not sure this is relevant.

I then restarted the PC and it did not boot to Windows, I have a black screen with white
text running, the text says
"Deleting corrupt file record segment" and then progressive numbers, it is over 160,000
at the moment.

Could someone help me with what is happening, I have googled it and found no mention
of the exact content of the text.

Any help appreciated.

Regards

Daniel
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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