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RuslanK

Having problem to start up computer

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Hi guys,i had some trouble with my computer 2 months ago... and now it is back...By starting up computer it goes into Startup Repair Mode and after that nothing happens, i mean nothing recovers and i am not capable to use my computer.Problem details are next: Problem Signature 1: 6.1.7600.16385 Problem Signature 2: 6.1.7600.16385 Problem Signature 4: 21200745i tried to google this signature but couldn't find out anything helpful. So, i let to fix this problem. Guys run some "testing and fixing" application and problem gone. But last 2 days i can't use computer.Ah, something else... When i start FS i get message that FS uses 100% CPU recourses... Is it normal?Is here some practical advise? Don't want to spend another 200 for the same problem...Thanks

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Did you ever make a Windows 7 repair DVD? That's the easiest way to repair corrupt files, but M$ yanked the free ones from the internet. (http://systemdiscs.com/?utm_source=neosmart&utm_medium=article&utm_campaign=Vista_Recovery) Always, always make a repair DVD when you build a new rig with a new OS! Of course that doesn't help you now, does it?If startup repair isn't working, try booting into safe mode. If that allows you in, try a system restore to an earlier point (if you have that enabled).How old and what type of HDD are you using? Is anything overclocked?

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No, i havn't tried repair DVD, but i t is good lesson to make one.I tried in safe mode - it didn't help also...Computer is about 1 year 3 months old and all hardware is in the same age, HDD is WD with about 800G capacity...And nothing is overclocked...

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If you can boot into safe mode (or safe mode with command prompt) you could try running "FC /scannow". It may indicate some issues and might even be able to repair them. An other option is to boot with the WIndows 7 DVD and choose repair.If you can boot into safe mode it might be a good idea to check the event log for a hint to a problem.although a complete re-install is a lot of work it is also a sure way to cure a damaged (or infected) system. Off course it won't solve hardware problems but if the problems return after a re-installation it is also an indication that the problem lies in hardware or anything that you have installed since re-installing windows, like drivers.

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