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Posted 03 August 2017 - 12:51 PM
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Can you turn on your computer and tap the F8 Key before Windows starts? (Make sure there's no CD/DVD in the optical drive.) This will open the Advanced Boot Options menu. Use the arrow keys to select Last Known Good Configuration (advanced). If that fails, please enter the Advanced Boot Options menu again and select Enable low-resolution video (640×480) (also try the Disable Driver Signature Enforcement option if low-resolution mode fails).
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if you can somehow boot to a command prompt i would run
CHKDSK c: /f /r
Posted 03 August 2017 - 02:05 PM
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Posted 03 August 2017 - 02:51 PM
Right now I put the installation disk back in. It finally decided to boot from it. It loaded the files and is now at a windows 7 install windows screen. Took like 15 mins. Should I just click install now or repair computer which should allow me access to command prompt. I have no problem reinstalling but I would love to know why this happened and if I did something wrong so it doesn't happen again. All my personal and important stuff is already backed up on an external hard drive from 3 weeks ago when I did the clean install. Please advise. Thanks!
No one really knows what happened, and even if there's a solution to your problem, it may not necessarily reveal what the original problem was in the first place. If I were you, I'd just reinstall Windows — it's the fastest and easiest way out, especially when you have backups.
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