Hello, I started my computer today and the windows did not start. It asks to repair windows(recommended).When i select this option it tries to run screen goes black, then the windows 7 theme shows and it just sits there.Tried to boot in safe mode and it just flashes a blue screen with commands on it very briefly and then restarts the computer. I do here
I would still try the OS disc. Even if you can get hold of someone else disc.. Just make sure it is the same version of Windows Seven. Like home or business… If you are hearing a beep then I would presume that the computer is passing through POST which is a good sign. You need to see what the blue screen says..Just the writing in Caps and a few numbers at least. Also having a blue screen for safe mode is weird...Safe mode is loaded with minimum resources and drivers so something that safe mode needs is not working. Even though you have a beep I would still also check the memory to see if it is in correctly.
Got a recovery disk and windows is running now. it is asking me to run windows update. should I or could this be the reason the computer would not run windows, because of the Update?What do you think?
Does your computer start and shutdown normally now? I wonder if there is something on your computer that has caused this? Sometimes you can get an update that might be clashing with something. Did you know you can install one update at a time. ???Instead of choosing install updates you go in and tick the box of only a few updates at a time. But just in case ...keep that disc close by.
Dear, your window may be corrupted. So you need to re-install it not repair it. Window 7 commonly show this massage when window has been corrupted. If any file had been missed then window runs simply after taking action of repairing. Here window may be corrupted so you need to install it again.
Did you use a boot cd or the operating system cd? If you used a boot cd to simply get you into Windows, you still might have a problem. An Operating system cd will repair even a corrupted Windows.
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