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My aspire 5720 keeps doing a startup repair and it won't start up normally.

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  • kelly891 Apr 13, 2009

    begins start up... power comes on then tells me that it has to do a repair, which it never actually does, after getting it to stop this, I now get to see it say microsoft then the screen goes black and only shows the mouse pointer any ideas?

  • xpok7 May 11, 2010

    After doing a startup repair, does it in fact boot up?

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Try to reinstall windows with those drivers here

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I run into this all the time, thank you microsoft!
First, shut it down and take a break, make sure you power the computer completely down to a cold boot. Walk away for ten, fifteen minutes.
Then when you come back boot into your setup (bios) screen, to do this is different for each manufacturer, some require you to hit del, some F2, some F10... when you get there Change your boot order to anything other than what it currently is, and save it. Reboot. let windows try to start. if it does, great! If not, reboot and Go BACK to the setup screen and change your boot order BACK to what you NEED/WANT it to be and save again and reboot. This SHOULD take you back to a windows startup of either a repair or safe startup screen. DO NOT REPAIR! Boot normally. The updates lost a startup configuration that is written INTERNALLY to windows. Since you altered the hardware configuration by changing the boot sequence around, windows had to rewrite this and away you go. On a laptop it gets a bit more confusing as you have to do this without the battery in place or it will continually write the data to the hard drive under the laptops auto powerdown/save features that a desktop does not have. NOTE: if this does not work any other bios change other than clock/calander will force this dmi configuration change. but typically the boot sequence is the safest to alter, as you do not risk messing up critical setting with this one.

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Ok.. I thought you said its a new Pc and the problem with boot up usually indicates a troublesome HDD. I would suggest that you utilize the warranty while you still have it..

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I have a Acer Aspire 5720 Notebook running Windows Vista, when I start it fires up then screen jumps from welcome to a blank screen and just hangs. I can CRT ALT DEL this will take me to the task manager...


This is caused (thats all I know at the moment- the CAUSE) by a process in your VISTA that stuffs up and just hangs there.

Now to solve this one is quite tricky. I can remember we had to do a backup reload on a similair machine just because there wasn't a fix. So I'll just TRY to give you a solution that might fix this...

First, you could try an automated Windows Vista Repair:
if you boot from your windows Vista DVD, it should give you an option to :Scan for faults and automatically repair them. If That doesn't solve the issue try to access the "recovery console" on the Vista Boot up CD, and try a "chkdsk /r" then a "Fixboot" and finally a "Fixmbr" without the quote.

Ok, you can go into safemode, and you can, in normal mode, acces the device manager right ? So first off you check in the device manager which process uses the most CPU usage or the Most memory usage. It should only be a few processes listed because Vista hasn'nt started up properly. If you know the process, then we can take steps to "combat" it.

Now we know what process is using abnormal system recources. So you go into Safe mode, Start, type "cmd" without the quotes then msconfig. Now you'll have to go to Startup and uncheck the item that was using up the resources.
Apply, confirm and Save changes; then restart.

If there are more questions, please do not hesitate to contact me immediately.

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