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New computer wont boot up

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October 12, 2012 10:19:21 AM

Well after forking out a expensive £1300 on my new computer build it had a major problem once it was built but after a week of hard work i finally fixed it. But since then my new build has been working amazingly for a good 2-3 weeks solid, but today when i woke up i booted up my computer to find the "start windows normally / start in repair mode" i chose normally as i suspected it's nothing, but it put me into repair mode anyways i let it look for problems and nothing was found after restarting my computer numerous times nothing was found and the computer wouldn't boot.

When i choose "boot normally" it starts forming the windows logo and the after 2 seconds it loads up repair mode and wont start-up. I've tried everything i can think of! Please help as i will highly appreciate it!

i have tried making a clean install of the whole computer and reinstalling windows 7 but the cd-rom wont load, if made the cd-rom priority the highest and nothing happens, iv tried restoring the computer but nothing happens and when i try to restore from a far older point it doesn't allow me to as i get an error message.

Please post any suggestions as i'm far beyond annoyed right now and don't have any more ideas im even tempted to waste my money calling in a computer specialist.

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October 12, 2012 10:23:33 AM

Also forgot to mention, i can't get it to boot into safe mode there is no option and iv tried many different things to try to get the computer to boot into safe mode. If i remember the error message is something like 0x800700b07 something like that
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October 12, 2012 12:47:28 PM

Assume you can access BIOS if you chose CD EOM as 1st device. Is yor hard drive recognized in the BIOS.

Also, would you post your specs for us.