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Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically

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  • geezerman Sep 27, 2009

    my laptop recently goes to a "startup repair" screen on startup and it says "startup repair cannot repair the problem".

    I do not know what to do from there...

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Hi,

Please tell me problem/error in brief and I'll help you for sure.Dont worry !!

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Use a Windows Xp or Windows Vista recovery disk to erase the hard disk and reinstall Windows Vista.

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Did you try using Safe Mode? Hit F8 when its booting and choose safe mode. See if that will let you boot into the OS.

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SOURCE: startup repair cannot repair computer automatically

insert the windows installer on the disk drive then repair the windows.

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http://neosmart.net/blog/2009/windows-7-system-repair-discs/

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To repair your computer using Startup Repair follow these steps:
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