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[HELP]WINDOWS 8 stuck in infinite bootloop (no access to bios, safemode, rstore)

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#1 kingtwothree


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Posted 27 April 2014 - 10:01 PM

I have a Samsung laptop with windows 8 that is about a year old.  Recently as I was in the process of a system restore I didn't realize my charge came unplugged and it died during the process.  Now the laptop is stuck in a boot loop at the windows logo.  Usually it starts at the Samsung screen and I can get into the bios or alternate start up choice but I cant get into either now.  Ive tried escape. f2, f8, delete, home, end and all those +shift.  I inserted the windows 8 install disc and it wont read it.  I inserted the Samsung recover and it wont read it.  I am completely clueless right now.  The only other option I can think of is to wire that laptop via LAN or Ethernet cable and reinstall windows from a working pc onto the dysfunctional one.  The only problem is that I have absolutely no idea how to do this.  Can anyone please help me out.  I'm really need this computer working again.  I would appreciate the help and want to thank anyone in advance for help me out.

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#2 Redbeard84


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Posted 05 May 2014 - 01:38 PM

You could try pulling the CMOS battery to reset the BIOS. It should boot straight into the BIOS when it is powered on the next time.

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