Windows 7 boot problem

hello,

im having a problem with win 7 booting
it get stuck on splash screen and when im trying to repair in the recovery mode it tells me that not all problems could be fixed and gives me these details :


PROBLEM SIGNATURE
PROBLEM EVENT NAME: STARTUP REPAIR OFFLINE
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 01: 6.1.7600.16385
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 02: 6.1.7600.16385
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 03: UNKNOWN
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 04: 1423146
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 05: SystemDisk
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 06: 1
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 07: BAD PATCH
OS VERSION: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
LOCALE ID: 1033


i can boot with safe mode most of the times, some times it gives me blue screen and restart ,but if i unplug and then plug the power cable it works in safe mode

help me !!
thanks
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  1. If you are sure that unplugging and plugging the power cable makes a difference then the fault is probably due to a faulty power supply.
  2. noahdoron said:
    hello,

    im having a problem with win 7 booting
    it get stuck on splash screen and when im trying to repair in the recovery mode it tells me that not all problems could be fixed and gives me these details :


    PROBLEM SIGNATURE
    PROBLEM EVENT NAME: STARTUP REPAIR OFFLINE
    PROBLEM SIGNATURE 01: 6.1.7600.16385
    PROBLEM SIGNATURE 02: 6.1.7600.16385
    PROBLEM SIGNATURE 03: UNKNOWN
    PROBLEM SIGNATURE 04: 1423146
    PROBLEM SIGNATURE 05: SystemDisk
    PROBLEM SIGNATURE 06: 1
    PROBLEM SIGNATURE 07: BAD PATCH
    OS VERSION: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
    LOCALE ID: 1033


    i can boot with safe mode most of the times, some times it gives me blue screen and restart ,but if i unplug and then plug the power cable it works in safe mode

    help me !!
    thanks



    do 3 things to clear the problem you have.
    1) Update the bios,
    2) Re-install the OS with complete hdd format.
    3) Check all the connections inside and outside (Mobo connections & power supply connections)


    then problem wouldn't bother you, find it you will :sol: :sol: :sol:
  3. Put your Windows 7 disk in the drive and boot to it.
    Choose "Repair my computer". Once that loads, go into the command prompt.

    Type the following and press enter:
    chkdsk /f c:
  4. vdr369 said:
    do 3 things to clear the problem you have.
    1) Update the bios,
    2) Re-install the OS with complete hdd format.
    3) Check all the connections inside and outside (Mobo connections & power supply connections)


    then problem wouldn't bother you, find it you will :sol: :sol: :sol:


    thanks ill try it and tell you how it went :)
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