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So all the sudden when I wake up this morning and turn my computer on it loads fast because of the SSD and it gets stuck on the windows login screen. I let it sit there for 20mins and nothing.. The only way I was able to get into windows was to boot in safe mode with networking. I have no idea where to even start. Could this be the disc itself? Something with the OS? A virus? I have never ran into this problem before. Now I can't boot into windows normally. Any suggestions?
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Any overclock at all? Put everything at stock for now.
    
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run startup repair, see if it sees anything wrong. if you have a windows install disk use it and scan for issues with your windows installation.

good luck man
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Okay I'll try both now. Thanks for the fast responses. This is really driving me nuts. Just ran a SSD stability test and everything seems fine. My overclock is high, but runs stable 24/7. I haven't shut my PC off in about a month until last night and this bull**** happens. This couldn't be driver related could it?
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Okay I'll try both now. Thanks for the fast responses. This is really driving me nuts. Just ran a SSD stability test and everything seems fine. My overclock is high, but runs stable 24/7. I haven't shut my PC off in about a month until last night and this bull**** happens. This couldn't be driver related could it?
It could be. Being that it boots into safe mode and not normally.
    
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post #6 of 7
another thing you could try, go into safe mode, go to a command prompt (start> search cmd> enter) and type msconfig.

in there go to startup tab, and disable everything that you dont need.

boot normally

if it works, go to msconfig again and enable a few services at a time to pinpoint what is causing the issue.

once you find the problem, update if it is important, or just disable and see if everything works fine.

good luck man
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Thanks guys. I actually got it to work. I don't know exactly what it was, but I went into msconfig and disabled un-needed running applications re-booted, updated to CCC 10.12 and it worked. odd..
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