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  • Bruce Wayne
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    #166991

    Hi guys, hope you all are doing great out there.
    I have a real big problem. my system is unable to start. It get stuck severeal times in the starting screen of windows. Then the PC restart it self and a screen came up which says launch a repair setup or start windows normally. this happen several times before i can go to the desktop screen. can any one of you guide me whats up with my PC. If you are unable to understand my question plz comment i ll help you understand with images..
    Thank you.


    biggles77
    Spectator
    #214179

    Insert installation media, boot off it and launch the Repair option.
    If you have data on the HDD then you may wish to remove the drive and backup your data before running the Repair.

    If this isn’t applicable to your situation then please post back with images and/or further questions. :)


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #191635

    Can you tell us a bit more about your system, starting with the hardware specs, also the version of WIndows 7.
    When did it start misbehaving? Did you do anything at the time?

    Can you reboot into safe mode (F8 while booting)?


    wullieb1
    Moderator
    #245640

    Have you made any changes in your BIOS recently?

    That message essentially means that windows cannot mount your boot volume.


    myles_hu
    Member
    #391780
    Ossian;n510453 wrote:
    Can you tell us a bit more about your system, starting with the hardware specs, also the version of WIndows 7.
    When did it start misbehaving? Did you do anything at the time?

    Can you reboot into safe mode (F8 while booting)?

    I have an old machine, its quad core, Pentium-4 2.4Ghz, 2gb ram.
    Windows 7 64-bit i guess. its been a month since it has started all this stuff. i am tired of it. i have to restart 5-6 times, run the setup(recommended) every time.


    myles_hu
    Member
    #391781
    wullieb1;n510464 wrote:
    Have you made any changes in your BIOS recently?

    That message essentially means that windows cannot mount your boot volume.

    NO i havn’t. i refrain my self going there.
    but in the starting it says date and time not set. plz go in bois to set it.


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #191653
    Bruce Wayne;n510596 wrote:
    NO i havn’t. i refrain my self going there.
    but in the starting it says date and time not set. plz go in bois to set it.

    Could well be that the BIOS battery has given out, so it has lost the settings including which drive to boot from

    Try getting a new battery (if it is a desktop, it should be an easy swap out, if a laptop it will be “some assembly required”)

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