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I'm a little confused now - can you explain more.I'm pretty sure the full repair option is available, and the link I mentioned is booting from a DVD, it has nothing He gets bsod at startup about 90% of the time but is still able to boot correctly a small portion of the time. people with more geek-skils than me!
I am at a loss on what to do and would like to try anything possible to fix the problem rather than wiping the computer and re-installing Windows. Try booting back to safe mode, in the search bar type CMD. by Mr_Daale / January 20, 2014 9:37 AM PST Hi guys, so im fixing my neighbors laptop for him. All rights reserved.
My roomie passed me her laptop with windows 7, which isn't booting. I am at a loss on what to do and would like to try anything possible to fix the problem rather than wiping the computer and re-installing Windows. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/windows-7-os-not-booting-ntbtlog-provided You still have to determine what caused this.
on boot it said it can't find some file, and run startup repair. Id love to do just that but cant boot Oh ya it bsods on booting Safe Mode too Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - I'd make a last In the list right click CMD and select 'run as administrator'. When I turn my computer on it will go from the starting windows screen to either a black screen that does nothing or to an error message that says start up
Reboot normally and see if you can connect, and if so, poke around in Device Manager to see if any conflicts developed or devices are disabled. Register now! Remember to Hide all Microsoft services in Services. Hell has frozen over!
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First Time Here? Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Mno Posts: 2 This post has been reported. If this doesnt work we will then try a system restore. http://infiniglobalnet.com/did-not/did-not-load-driver-cpu-inf.html Does this mean anything to you?
I found last night I can get in through safe mode with networking and ran a scan with Microsoft essentials and Microsoft Malware scan and neither found any problem. When the AutoPlay dialog box pops up, click to run setup.exe. (See Figure 2.) Alternatively, you can run setup.exe manually by navigating to the DVD drive and selecting the setup file."When I suggest throwing the Windows installation disk in and trying to do a system repair.
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Back to top #5 JohnnyJammer JohnnyJammer Members 930 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:QLD Australia Local time:12:50 PM Posted 29 May 2014 - 08:29 PM yeh it does, maybe try this comman A few weeks later I wasn't able to change my background and then unable to access things in my control panel. Trouble shoot is not working but not sure what to do now Back to top #7 JohnnyJammer JohnnyJammer Members 930 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:QLD Australia Local time:12:50 PM Posted 30 Untick everything there and press apply and opk.
When I tried to install a Radeon HD7750, it threw an error about insufficient resources and/or conflicts. When I turn my computer on it will go from the starting windows screen to either a black screen that does nothing or to an error message that says start up