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Corrupted msconfig yea i got the same exact problem but the only thing is that they cant find the hard drive to even repair on so anyone got any times they just reboot everytime i try to repair or reinstall

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Click on start
select Run
type MSCONFIG press enter
click on startup tab and repair it by removing the check marks on the items u don't want to be started automatically
NB: make sure you know exactly what ur doing it can be messy there.

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