Question about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64BIT Operating System Software OEM DVD
Startup repair has tried several times but still cannot determine the cause of the problem. error code 0x0
Try booting into "safe mode" It's hard to catch safe mode, but after your computer just powers on, press the F8 key and hold it. If you get a keyboard error you did it too soon. You should see something which says advanced boot options. See if you can boot into safe mode and transfer your files to a USB key or USB drive. It sounds like your software is messed up. If you're not able to boot into safe mode, the problem is more serious. Perhaps you recently made some changes in the bios or UEFI? When the system boots hold down the delete key, or the F1 key, and try to get into the bios/UEFI. Look for an option which says "restore defaults", save and exit. There are two different settings for SATA drives, try both to see if you can get your system to boot.
Posted on Dec 26, 2013
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