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Windows 7 64Bit Startup fail

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May 30, 2010 8:04:46 AM

This morning i started up my computer and then went straight into start-up repair and said 'attempting to repair" then: "the problem cannot be resolved"
so i clicked finish and the pc shut down i started up my computer and it asked me: Launch start-up repair(recommended) or start windows normally, so i clicked start windows normally so it did... for a bit it said starting windows... then gave me a loading bar with 'microsoft corporation' written above it then goes 'windows is loading files' and.... start-up repair goes again, so i clicked finish, restarted my computer and clicked launch start-up repair this time, ive traied system restore in advanced options menu, and i cannot boot in safe mode ive also tried reseting the cmos but no...
and im kinda resisting doing a fresh install
thanx in advance...

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May 30, 2010 8:30:31 AM

Time to format it.
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May 30, 2010 1:18:03 PM

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This morning i started up my computer and then went straight into start-up repair and said 'attempting to repair" then: "the problem cannot be resolved"
so i clicked finish and the pc shut down i started up my computer and it asked me: Launch start-up repair(recommended) or start windows normally, so i clicked start windows normally so it did... for a bit it said starting windows... then gave me a loading bar with 'microsoft corporation' written above it then goes 'windows is loading files' and.... start-up repair goes again, so i clicked finish, restarted my computer and clicked launch start-up repair this time, ive traied system restore in advanced options menu, and i cannot boot in safe mode ive also tried reseting the cmos but no...
and im kinda resisting doing a fresh install
thanx in advance...

I don't know whether you're asking us for advice or telling us.
Anyway, if you haven't already done a clean install, again try system restore from the advanced options; & this time, set the earliest restore point possible, (usually, it will be the last in the list).
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