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Windows 7: Windows 7 startup repair failed need help fixing it.

29 Jul 2014   #1
Isaiah guidry

Windows 7
Windows 7 startup repair failed need help fixing it.

Does anywon know how to fix the Windows 7 startup repair failed my computer wont turn on I turn it on and it seas Startup repair cannot repair this computer automtically Send more information can help Microsoft create solutions

Send information about this problem (recommended)
Dont send

Ive doen this about 10 times
Then when I click ether it seas If you have recently attached a device to this computer , such as a camera or portable music player , remove it and restsrt your computer .If you comtinue to see this message, contact you4 system administrator or computer manufactorer for assistance.

Click finish to Exitand shut down your computer.

Please somewon help me out!

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29 Jul 2014   #2

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Strange!!! Send information about this problem ... how to send the information. Over the network??? No OS is running so how can it send?

Are tyou really talking about Startup Repair ? If so click on "view diagnostics and repair details". What checks did it do and what was the status? (not interested in status 0x0 [success])
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29 Jul 2014   #3
Isaiah guidry

Windows 7

I brought it to the shop to see if they can fix it if not ill awnser you with those questions
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02 Aug 2014   #4
Isaiah guidry

Windows 7

Bring it to the shop fixed it, it was a virus and they just wiped the memory and it is all good now
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 Windows 7 startup repair failed need help fixing it.

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