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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-17-2015, 02:35 PM - Thread Starter
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my windows have some kind of problem in startup, after the "welcome" screen then the cursor appears with loading circle but the windows wont get to the desktop instead of my screen flashing like the disco light. however I was able to enter the safe mode with networking successfully. Ive tried everything to fix it while in safe mode including sfc /scannow and chkdsk. It only give "windows resource protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them" and give me the location of the unsolved corrupted files and fix it manually but I cant found the replacement for the files. Ive tried reinstalling the graphic driver but It cant be done in safe mode. Ive tried startup repair and system recovery, but both dont have chance to fix them because I dont have any recovery point for the previous time. Does using windows 7 repair installation work in safe mode? If it does, I will download the .iso for my OS which is SP1. Please help me!
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my windows have some kind of problem in startup, after the "welcome" screen then the cursor appears with loading circle but the windows wont get to the desktop instead of my screen flashing like the disco light. however I was able to enter the safe mode with networking successfully. Ive tried everything to fix it while in safe mode including sfc /scannow and chkdsk. It only give "windows resource protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them" and give me the location of the unsolved corrupted files and fix it manually but I cant found the replacement for the files. Ive tried reinstalling the graphic driver but It cant be done in safe mode. Ive tried startup repair and system recovery, but both dont have chance to fix them because I dont have any recovery point for the previous time. Does using windows 7 repair installation work in safe mode? If it does, I will download the .iso for my OS which is SP1. Please help me!

In safe mode with networking please do this:

1) Go to Device Manager
2) Then go to Display Adapters
3) Right click on Display Adapters.
4) Select Uninstall and put a check mark on the "delete drivers" box.
5) Restart the computer and boot to normal mode.

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