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#1 foldinglamp

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Posted 01 September 2016 - 02:18 PM

Had to make an account to post, and recognized this forum had addressed similar problems and solved them pretty quickly last time, but I can't actually find any identical problems to the one I'm having right now.

 

A couple days ago, I was working on my laptop, alt+tabbed over to a YouTube video, and the whole computer melted down.  It shut itself down, and then I figured I'd let it sit for a bit and then it'd be back to normal.

 

On start, it goes to the Windows Resume Loader, with this

 

Your computer can't come out of hibernation.

 

Status: 0xc000000d

 

 

 

Your computer will be rebooted.  Any information that was not saved before the computer went into hibernation will be lost.

 

ENTER=Reboot.

 

So, when I hit enter, it simply loops back around into this exact screen.  Can't boot into safe, can't open any tools to help me navigate out, and I can't put a Win7 disc into my laptop to boot it because... well, it doesn't have a CD drive.  Any fixes?  (I'm not particularly computer-savvy at this level. D: )

 

 

 

update: after 3 minutes of messing with keys on startup, i got into my ASUS BIOS Setup Utility, but I'm lost from there.  


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#2 TsVk!

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Posted 01 September 2016 - 04:24 PM

You could create a Windows boot USB drive using this guide here.

 

If you already have a Win 7 disk you can just create the USB using this guide. There are other ways to do it, though I trust and have used the PowerISO software for many years.

 

Then change your BIOS to boot from USB, boot from the USB drive.

 

Then you will be able to get to the repair tools to perform the fixes you've seen posted online.


Edited by TsVk!, 01 September 2016 - 04:31 PM.


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Posted 01 September 2016 - 04:26 PM

You could create a Windows boot USB drive (assuming you have a Win7 disk, otherwise download an ISO) using this guide here.

 

Then change your BIOS to boot from USB, boot from the USB drive.

 

Then you will be able to get to the repair tools to perform the fixes you've seen posted online.

Thanks.  I'll get back to you on if this works.



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Posted 01 September 2016 - 04:33 PM

Hey mate, I changed my response while you were responding... please check out the new information I posted.

 

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Posted 01 September 2016 - 04:36 PM

Hey mate, I changed my response while you were responding... please check out the new information I posted.

 

:thumbup2:

Sadly, never got a Win7 disk.  Laptop came pre-installed, and it was a gift regardless -- so if it was shipped out with one, I'm unaware of where that is.



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Posted 01 September 2016 - 04:59 PM

It's unlikely to have been sold with one as it doesn't have an optical media drive, I just thought I'd mention it as many people have one in the house from a family members/friends PC.

 

It's sometimes easier than downloading GB's of data if you can get your hands on one somehow.



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Posted 02 September 2016 - 01:05 AM

Try taking out the laptop battery and unplugging the power lead.

 

Press and hold the power button in for 20 seconds or so.

 

Plug the power lead back in and turn on machine.

 

If all is well then put the battery back in.






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