Windows 7 Startup Issues
Software Driver Update.
Microsoft Windows was not shutdown properly. (Either forced or lost power)
Hard Drive Failure
Other possible reasons.
Some possible solutions are:
Try using Windows 7’s “Last Good Known Configuration”, although this isn’t a 100% solution, it does work in some cases. First thing to try.
To do this, make sure your Desktop/Laptop is turned off.
Turn your computer on.
Keep tapping the f8 key ( top middle of keyboard)
A black screen with white writing should appear.
Using the cursor keys (arrows) select the “Last Good Known Configuration”
The computer should reboot.
You will need a Microsoft Windows Operating Disk for this, preferably a Windows 7 disk.
Insert Windows Operating System Disk
Boot to DVD Drive.
Select Safe Mode with Command Prompt
A wizard should appear, allowing you to run a System Restore back to a previous date allowing you to reboot back in to Windows as normal.
If you generally get a Windows Error Recovery page, with options Launch Startup Repair(recommended) and Start Windows Normally. Try this:
1.Select the “StartUp Repair” and follow the instructions.
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