Two months ago, I bought an expensive, high end PC to run games, it costed me £1000, but it's served me well, I've never had any problems with it, until now.
One day, I was just browsing the Internet, when it abruptly froze, and hasn't been able to boot up since.
It goes to the windows logo, but never beyond that, no error message, nothing, it just freezes...
I've tried System Restore and Startup Repair many times, no result.
I've also tried doing Check disk on both Command Prompt and Scheduled start up, Command Prompt actually recognizes some incorrect indexes, however, it's read only (and no matter what I do, I can't make it otherwise), so it can't fix them.
If I do it through scheduled start up, it doesn't recognize any problems and freezes when it's at Step 4 round about 11%, I left it for about half an hour, and it didn't change.
I do not have a Windows 7 Install Disk, my PC had it pre installed and it didn't come with any disk, I do, however, have a custom Startup Repair disk.
I've tried looking it up, but as usual, "solutions" found online didn't help. My computer doesn't have "Advanced boot options", which is a "Solution" I found online, all F8 does is give you the option of what device to boot the PC on.
The PC boots fine in Safe Mode, though, which is fine for regular browsing, but of course, I can't run any games, and that's kind of why I bought the PC in the first place...
Did anyone else have this problem and/or have a solution for it?
If it makes any difference, the PC I'm using is a ASUS CM6650 with the 64-bit Windows 7 on it. Also, nothing was installed or downloaded prior to this problem.
Thanks in Advance!
Edited by Cobra!, 06 June 2012 - 04:49 PM.