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#1 glennander

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 12:08 AM

i have a laptop that is running windows 8 and it is caught in the continuous boot loop where it is telling me it is attempting automatic repairs with the little wheel that spins. So ill give a little info once restarting i do not get the option to enter the Bios and have been unsuccessful at putting it into safe mode it turn on directly back to this screen "attempting automatic repairs" So I pulled the Hare drive from my laptop and  put it in my PC once in my Pc it allowed me to enter the advanced options mode once there i reset the Hard drive followed on screen instructions went threw a whole set up for windows 8 just like it was a fresh install. So windows 8 is running fine now off the HD while in my PC i put the HD back into the laptop thinking all is well and i immediately i am returned to the "attempting automatic repairs" screen unable to enter the bios our advanced options menu once again. obviously the HD is working fine if it ran perfect on my PC what is going on with my laptop can i do anything to fix it ? i appreciate any help anyone can give me 



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#2 glennander

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 12:46 AM

i can also reach the bios on the laptop if that changes anything 



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Posted 14 December 2013 - 01:35 AM

This is going to sound odd, perhaps. However, it sounds like the cord that connects MB to HDD in the laptop is bad. I'd suggest return and exchange or a computer repair person. Not all of the information is getting through from one part to the other. This same message popped up on my lappy and my repair guy said it was the cable. he replaced it and voila... perfection.






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