Showing Startup repair Tags: Laptops Windows 7 Last response: September 3, 2013 8:03 AM in Windows 7 Share ashokbvrao September 3, 2013 6:41:01 AM My laptop showing sdtart up repair but its not recovering running for hours More about : showing startup repair anonymous1 a b D Laptop a b $ Windows 7 September 3, 2013 8:03:04 AM If you are running the repair from the hard drive, you may want to find your windows DVD and run it from there. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources my computer wont open its always show startup repair Forum My monitor show that it works but doesnt show anything.And if i do its only startup repair. Forum Solvedi have startup problem with my acer t180 the problem name is startup repair offline problem signature 01 6.1.7600.16385, sign Forum Solvednew build startup repair fail Forum SolvedFailure to start-up repair Forum Solvedwindows7 startup repair Forum SolvedTurn on PC -> "Windows failed to start" -> Launch startup repair -> BSOD! -> repeat! Forum Solvedhow to get past startup repair with netbook Forum SolvedNew Parts. Now freezes/crash/repair/shutdown on Windows 7 Startup Screen. Please Help Forum SolvedStartup repair when I boot the PC. Forum SolvedWINDOWS 7 BLUE SCREEN 'STOP' MSG! Neither startup repair nor advance mode restore work...HELP PLEASE! Forum SolvedHaving trouble with Windows 7 startup repair help! Forum SolvedStartup Repair Loop Forum SolvedWin7 Start-up repair stops Forum SolvedWindows 7 blue screen/startup repair Black screen / can't boot from usb/ Forum SolvedVista will not load after power interruption. Goes to startup repair when trying to access safe mode. This is my Acer desk top Forum SolvedInstalled new hard drive on HP laptop in startup repair i get failure while set up in progress Forum SolvedStartup repair loop Forum Solvedstartup repair, new cpu, motherboard, ram. Forum Startup Repair Loop with Several Problems Windows 7 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !