HP Pavilion dv5 Vista 64bit System Restore

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valerierae

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So I posted a question about a nightmare sticky-filter-toggle-mouse scroll-kets situation I was having. After trying every suggestion I could find I decided it was best to do a system restore.
That was 3 hours ago.
I got my manual and pressed f11 and it said press f11 for system restore so I did it so I'm sure thats the program I'm in, but for 3 hours all its done is the same thing over and over and over...says "windows is loading files" and then goes through a reboot process. Some people posted things similar to this but mentioned a blue screen- I have no blue screen and no real idle time. Just the normal reboot screens and the "windows is loading files" screen.

Is this normal? I hope so. I cant deal with more computer nonsense today!
 

valerierae

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well...it wasnt normal. I hit restart and the REAL restore came up. Stupid computer. I'd only rebooted like 3 times previously. It just waits until I get desperate, pull out the work computer and plea online for help.
 

valerierae

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So, the restore process was successful (I think) but its stuck in this reboot cycle. It says "windows is loading files", just like it did before I was able to finally get the restore process to work. Then it reboots and repeats over and over. My laptop is totally worthless now, what is going on? How can I get it out of this??
 
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