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Depending on your version of windows, I would trying starting in safe mode to see if the computer does boot. If it does, then you want to restart again, go to advanced boot options and select "start windows with last known good configuration." Access advanced boot options following the steps at this link. Need to Start Windows 7 in Safe Mode Here How
Copy all your files and documents to an external storage device. If it is windows XP: Start the computer and the moment you do that, start Tapping F8 Key you shall see Advanced boot option. Select Safe mode with Networking and press enter and next option is to choose the Operating system First will be Windows Xp now you need to select the second one and press enter IF you dont have the second option then we might need a Disk.
For Windows Vista & Windows 7. 1. Copy all your files and documents to an external storage device. 2. Shut down the computer. 3. Turn the PC back on and hit the F8 key repeatedly until the Advanced Boot Option Screen appears. 4. Click "Repair Your Computer" if you are not already on it and then press ENTER 5. choose your country and click OK 6. On the "System Recovery Options Screen" click "Restore Application" which is the last option. 7. Follow the on-screen instructions 8. When prompted, click on "Full Factory Recovery" 9. "Next" 10. Click "Yes" 11. you will notice for a while it seems like nothing is happening, give it some time. 12. After some minutes, recovery will complete and you click "Finish"
If you are getting startup repair option agian and again.then your windows os is corrupted and you need to reinstall the operating system.
you can try system restore...to go there
restart the computer..start tapping F8 when your computer boots...in advance boot option menu go to ..repair my computer...select the language as english...then enter your username and password..then choose system restore..you can try factory image restore but it will delete whole data and take the computer back to factory image
Its mean you windows is corrupt may be due to virus infection or some body delete the system file. ok don't worry please take the windows Installation CD and repair your windows, don't worries about your data it will safe, for repairing the windows guide book is available hear.
It sounds like windows has been set to a screen resolution beyond the limits of the capabilities of the built in LCD. Luckily windows has a menu that allows you to change to a highly compatible low resolution mode. To select this mode, start tapping the [F8] key just after the HP/Compaq screen when the computer switches on. Hopefully if you pushed the button in time, you should be presented with a menu. Use the up and down arrows on the keyboard to select the option that says either "Enable VGA Mode" or "Enable Low Resolution Video (640x480)".
Windows should now load, but everything will look extra large. To fix this, go into your display properties (right click on desktop and select either "properties" or "screen resolution"), and choose the recommended screen resolution.
Hi there please try the steps below mentioned.
Please restart your laptop when its booting press F8 key .
You will find few option asking for selection. Select that by using up/down arrow key. Select " Last know good configuration" & press Enter. NO w select the OS & enter again. Laptop restart automatically. After that If no success then format the Operating system & reinstall again.