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Windows 7 Wont Boot

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June 7, 2012 1:25:07 PM

Hello,
I recently uninstalled a theme, after doing so upon restarting the system my computer freezes on the desktop display. I rebooted in safe mode and attempted a system recovery, after doing so the computer fails to boot all together and windows repair cant seem to fix the problem. Here are the details of my system and windows repair report

Acer Aspire 55253-BZ639
AMD DUAL-CORE PROCESSOR E-350
2 GB DDR3 MEMORY
AMD RADEON HD 6310
500 GB HDD


REPAIR ACTION: FILE REPAIR
RESULT: FAILED. ERROR CODE =0X5

REPAIR ACTION: BOOT CONFIGURATION DATA STORE REPAIR
RESULT: FAILED. ERROR CODE= 0X490

PROBLEM SIGNATURE 01: 6.1.7600.16385
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 02: 6.1.7600.16385
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 03: UNKNOWN
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 04: 2
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 05: AUTOFAILOVER
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 06: 1
PROBLEM SIGNATURE 07: MISSINGOsLOADER
OS VERSION: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
LOCALE ID: 1033

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a b $ Windows 7
June 7, 2012 4:55:06 PM

Set the bios to boot the CD drive first.
Put the win 7 disk in the drive, and start the system.
Select: "upgrade."
The upgrade reloads the OS but does not erase your files or programs.
NEVER load "free" downloads or security from the internet. Do not load "free" themes form the internet.
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a b $ Windows 7
June 7, 2012 8:36:28 PM

Hi

If BCD errors occur is that from a damaged hard drive or a corrupted boot partition?
you want to check that first before anything else.
( using a bootable hard disk diagnostic program, usually a free down load from hard disk makers web site)

If that shows no problem, you need to boot from a Windows DVD and carry out repair options again.
probably chkdsk first.

Is your windows 7 dvd a recovery disk or a standard Windows 7 dvd, as recovery disks may have different options and decide to remove all existing partitions and start putting your PC back into 'as delivered' state.

regards

Mike Barnes
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