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Laptop's Startup Repair Keeps Coming Up, Cannot Fix

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#1 _-Nyo-_


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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:33 PM

Hello :lol: ,

Ok it just started a few hours ago, my affected computer restarted all of a sudden and then it said it needed a Startup Repair.

I waited it to do that, and it said it couldn't fix the problem. I then did a System Restore. It said "System Restore did not complete successfully. Your computer's system files and settings were not changed." So now neither restores helped.

I also tried booting in Safe Mode. It didn't work either and the Startup Repair popped up again... Please help!

I tried all the different points on where to restore, all got errors, one didn't but it didn't help at all! I am not able to access anything since my Computer won't pass the Windows logo... It just goes to Startup Repair. So I can't startup my Malwarebytes or anything. Unless I can command prompt to do so. I can only access System Restore, Command Prompt, Startup Repair. I can click F8 to get me to select Safe Mode, which won't work, but there are other options. Not sure what.... >.<

Now I am getting BootMGR is missing D:

Edited by _-Nyo-_, 24 September 2011 - 10:48 PM.

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