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Hello, I recently built my own PC and finally yesterday windows 7 arrived. i installed it and it worked fine. I put all my games on it and even played some. During this time i even restarted the computer for a few updates. However today when i went to go on it it took very long to load and then came up with so text saying the files couldn't be read and suggested i restart the computer. I did this and it said i should run a repair checker. I did this and it looked like windows was loading but then the input to the monitor said it was disconnected even though i didn't touch the PC. Finally i shut it down and turned it on again. Now it is repair checking my system but it has been over 20 mins and its still attempting repairs.

What could this be?
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  1. You update ur systems ?? well don't update it i can get problems by getting the versions new...
  2. What do you mean update? I just installed it brand new and then turned it off and now this :(
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    I suggest you bite the bullet and do a fresh install again. After the install is complete, update everything! Do not install a single thing until all of the windows updates are done. You may have to keep going to windows update manually to do it but keep doing that until nothing shows up. Once that is done, then you can install all of your programs. Not sure what the issue is but it obviously got confused somewhere.
  4. Thanks czar357 i think that is what im gonna do. Having said that i just put the disk back in the optical drive and it loaded up fine. This may sound like a noob question but is that supposed to happen?
  5. MadBadGamer said:
    Thanks czar357 i think that is what im gonna do. Having said that i just put the disk back in the optical drive and it loaded up fine. This may sound like a noob question but is that supposed to happen?


    No, the disc shouldn't be required. Sounds like the system hiccuped on the install and missed a file or something. A fresh reboot should work.
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