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Vista won't boot


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#1 cashfan666

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Posted 17 December 2009 - 12:07 PM

I have read through a few discussions so far regarding this and they all seem rather unique. I am not getting anything specific, I have read through the "How to automatically repair Windows Vista using Startup Repair" tutorial, when I get to step 4 regarding the System Recovery Options dialog box there is nothing showing up. When I click on "Load Drivers" I do not know where to go from there, I have the option of Computer, System and Recent Places. In the Computer option I have Local Disc which I cannot access, the CD Drive, Recovery and Boot (x:). Once I am here where do I go? I tried to just hit the next button instead of load drivers, once I got to the Recovery tools I clicked on Startup repair and got the startup repair dialog box, and that ran for 6+ hours and nothing happened. I am assuming it is because it didn't know which driver it was fixing?

Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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Posted 17 December 2009 - 12:37 PM

I just read in another forum that even if the windows vista OS is not showing up to click on next anyway and use the startup repair function. This is what I did last night and after 6 hours of it running I gave up on it. I think I will just let it go and check on it later today, but if anyone has had this same problem any help or advice would be appreciated. thanks again!




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