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Blank screen - attempted clean boot (Windows Repair)


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#1 JohnR0846

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Posted 25 October 2014 - 11:22 PM

Hello;

Running  Windows 7 service pack 1  I5 on an ASUS laptop

 

Doing a  "CLEAN BOOT"  for  Windows Repair ( All in One ) by TWEAKING.com.

After reboot  all I get is a blalnk screen.

Appearently during the set up for the "CLEAN  BOOT"  performed the disabling of processes in the wrong sequence result blank screen.

Any suggestions on how to recover ?.

Thanks

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Posted 26 October 2014 - 01:46 AM

Did you allow Windows Repair to set a system restore point ??


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Posted 26 October 2014 - 02:40 PM

Clean Boot isn't a Windows repair tool, it's a diagnostic tool.

 

Have you tried booting into Safe Mode?


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Posted 26 October 2014 - 11:51 PM

hello

Condobloke  and  DC3;

Thank you for the replies.

Condobloke -  Yes Windows Repair did  didcreate a restor point.

DC3  -  Yes did boot into save mode and used last good configeration to recover.

Again thanks for the replies.

 

Got into this mess by attempting to use a few of MALWAREBYTES diagnostic tools.

Attempts  failed with a message the tools  were not 32 or 64 bit programs.

Sent an email to Malwarebytes and their tech support responded with a couple of scans.

The scan were negative according to MB tech support..

However,   Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit  mbar-1.07.0.1012.exe  still gets  ".....is  not a valid Win32 application"

I also get the "...version of the file is not compatable with system....x86  or  x64....".

MB tech support suggested Windows Repair ( all in one ) by Tweaking.com.

As written above - did the diableing out of sequence and so did not get a "Clean Boot".

 

next

FIRST -  updating my backups and  system repair disk.

 

Still have a problem   -  I think   ??????

 

any thoughts on what direction to take ?

 

regrads;

john  b






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