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Computer won't boot anything

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#1 pertzerl


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Posted 29 July 2014 - 10:29 PM

I was using my laptop today (Gateway with Windows 7 OS), just on Google while waiting for a game to install, when suddenly my computer completely froze and I had to force shut down by holding the power button down.  When I tried to start it back up, I got to the "Starting Windows" page (with the Windows logo) and got stuck there for a while before the BSOD flashed for a split second and my system restarted.  I tried running startup repair, but it just brought me to a black screen after the loading bar.  After trying the repair a few more times, I finally got it once where (I think) the background of the login screen and the cursor appeared, all in grayscale, but nothing else happened after that.


I've tried booting it in Safe Mode but it freezes at /CLASSPNP.sys/ when loading files.


I looked up this problem but most of the answers involved a Windows 7 repair disk, which I don't have.  Is there any alternate solution or am I out of luck in this?

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#2 TsVk!


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Posted 29 July 2014 - 11:25 PM

You can download a Win 7 disk image from here and create your own disk using a blank DVD...


I hope this helps.



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