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Windows 7 Startup Problems - How to Fix Windows 7 Startup Problems With Easy Tips If you fail to boot the operating system, you can: #1. Use Windows startup Disk to fix Windows 7 startup problem If the failure of booting is result from the errors or the damaged files of starting system, a start up disk will help to solve this problem with ease. #2. Use last know Good Configuration to fix Windows 7 startup problem It is also a common method to enter the operating system. To use last know Good Configuration you can press F8 when you reboot the system. Then select "Last know Good Configuration" on the Advanced Boot Options screen to enter this mode. #3. Use System Restore option in safe mode to fix Windows 7 startup problem Enter the safe mode as the step in to last know Good Configuration in method #2. Choose System Restore option in System Tool in start menu. If you find the startup process of Windows 7 very slow, we suggest that you should: #1. Remove redundant programs in your booting items as many as possible. After finishing this action, the speed of startup can be improved by no less than 40%. #2. Delete short cuts on desktop. The more icons on the desktop, the longer it takes to restart Windows 7. To fix Windows 7 startup problem, you should clear up the unnecessary short cuts on your computer desktop. #3. Optimize registry regularly with proper registry maintenance tool. Registry error is the main reason that slows down the rebooting speed. You had better do registry cleanup timely to speed up Windows 7 start up process.

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toshiba laptop restarting


The loop on your Toshiba Satellite laptop refers to the computer not booting properly.

During the loop, the computer will try to boot the Windows operating system and keep restarting over and over again.


This is not a hardware issue with your Toshiba Satellite A106.

The issue resides in the startup files on your computer's hard drive.


You can fix this by running a repair tool that comes with your Windows operating system.

This repair tool will fix your startup disk and allow you to get your computer back up and running.


Insert your Windows 7 installation disc into your computer's optical drive.


Start your computer and wait for it to boot from the install disc.


Choose your language from the menu and then click the "Next" button.


Click "Repair your computer" from the menu.


Choose the operating system you are using and then click the "Next" button.


Click on the "Disable Automatic Restart On System Failure" button to disable the startup loop.


Click the "Startup Repair" tool from the menu and wait for the computer to fix your startup disk.


Wait for the computer to finish repairing your startup disk and then allow it to restart automatically.


Wait for the computer to boot correctly to your login screen.


Hope this helps


How to Create a Windows 7 System Repair Disc:


http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/2083-system-repair-disc-create.html


"This will show you how to create a Windows 7 system repair disc to use to boot to the system recovery options if you don't have a Windows installation disc, can't find your


Windows installation disc, or can't access the recovery options provided by your computer manufacturer."

or
If you do not have access to either disc: Windows 7 - Repair Disc download
http://neosmart.net/blog/2009/windows-7-system-repair-discs/

Oct 23, 2012 | Toshiba Satellite M35X-S311 Notebook

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bootmrg is missing


I suggest that you perform a Startup Repair.
Method 1: Startup Repair
1. Please insert the Windows Vista/7 DVD and reboot the computer.
2. When we are prompted to press a key to boot from the DVD, please press Enter or the space bar.
3. Choose your language settings, and then click Next.
4. Click Repair your computer.
5. Select the operating system you want to repair, and then click Next.
6. On the System Recovery Options menu, click Startup Repair. Startup Repair might prompt you to make choices as it tries to fix the problem, and if necessary, it might restart your computer as it makes repairs.

Access the link below for more information about startup repair:
http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/5c59f8c1-b0d1-4f1a-af55-74f3922f3f351033.mspx

You can also try "Rebuild BCD".

Method 2: Rebuild BCD
1. Put the Windows Vista/7 installation disc in the disc drive, and then start the computer.
2. Press a key when the message indicating "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD ...". appears.
3. Select a language, a time, a currency, and a keyboard or another input method, and then click Next.
4. Click Repair your computer.
5. (Click the operating system that you want to repair), and then click Next.
6. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.
7. Type bcdboot c:\windows /l en-us, and then press ENTER.
Note: C:\ should be changed to the default partition you installed Windows Vista/7.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927392

Oct 03, 2012 | Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64BIT...

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windows 7 professional 32 bit. boot mgr compressed


This problem stemmed from two possible problems:
1. You compressed your Windows folder to save space, not knowing that if you compress it, you lose your ability to boot. (more likely)

2. Hard disk error (almost impossible to come up with an error like that in this case)

You have three possible solutions,
1. Using a Linux live CD, you can boot into Linux, and modify your Windows installation, to uncompress boot mgr (actually, uncompress the entire Windows folder) (I recommend not doing this one, unless you know what you are doing!)

2. Using your Windows disc, you can boot from that disc, and select "repair your computer" (after the language options, and under the big "Install Now" select your operating system, and click next (if your OS isn't here, don't worry, just click next) select Startup Repair, and wait Note: Startup Repair might prompt you to make choices as it tries to fix the problem, and if necessary, it might restart your computer as it makes repairs. If repairs are not successful, you'll see a summary of the problem and links to contact information for support. Your computer manufacturer might include additional assistance information.

3. Reinstall Windows

Oct 28, 2011 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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it crashes and asked me to reinstall it when I did that now it will not install at all.


Hi,

If the problem lies on Windows this can be repaired. First, If you are using Windows 7 or Vista, we can try to launch startup repair from the advance boot options menu. You can access this through tapping F8 right after you turn the computer on. Tap F8 until you get to the advance boot options menu. Choose "Repair your Computer" and this should guide you on how to do the startup repair.

If you are using Windows XP, we need to try to boot to safe mode and see if you can boot the Operating System from there. To do this, it's the same drill, tap F8 repeatedly on your keyboard once you turn the computer on until you get to advance boot options menu. Choose safe mode and press enter. This should load the operating system to safe mode. If you are able to boot from here then that means one of your "drivers" has failed the OS to boot normally. If all of these fails, We can try to repair the Operating System by booting using your Restore CD or your Operating System CD from the CD-ROM drive. Reboot the computer and press F12 (or whatever it is that makes you choose to boot to CD) while seeing the pc manufacturer's logo, this should give you the options to boot to CD-ROM. It will give you a quick prompt of "press any key to boot to cd..". Make sure you press the space bar during this time to initiate the boot from CD-ROM.
For Windows XP, Once the Windows Setup loads, Choose "Recovery Console" to repair your computer. Just choose the installation you would like to repair (normally it's number 1) then it will ask you for the administrator password. By default, the password is blank, but if you set a password for admin then use that password.
Once you get to the prompt, Type this command. "CHKDSK /R" (without the quotes). It will initiate the repair for your OS. This might take an hour or so. Just wait for it to finish and it will automatically reboot your computer. Let the computer computer reboot normally. You should be able to get to your normal windows screen back.

For Windows 7 and Vista, do the F8 and choose Repair your Computer, Choose the installation you want to repair then choose command prompt. Type CHKDSK /R and that shoudl initiate the repair for your OS. Most of the time, the "startup repair" should do the fix for Vista and 7, but just in case it fails, do this step.

BTW, these repairs are designed to repair the OS without you losing the data you have on the pc.

Hope this helps. Good Luck.

Aug 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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bootmgr missing


1. the operating system that you might have might be windows vista or higher

2. First must you boot must boot to your windows vista/windows 7 OS disk

3. keep on hitting next until you get to the part that says Install Now

4. There is an option to click on Repair my computer

5. Keep on hitting next until you will be given a list says startup repair, command prompt,system restore

6. Choose Startup Repair keep hitting next until windows restarts

7. If it fails repeat steps 2 to 5 and choose System Restore, Select a
Date that computer is up and running

Hope this Helps
8. Select a date that the computer was up and ru

May 23, 2011 | Acer Computers & Internet

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