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Odd desktop load and boot

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Chewy_Solo, Oct 2, 2008.

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  1. Chewy_Solo

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    Yesterday, I was playing Team Fortress 2 and listening to music with XION a music player. XION started "looping" the same section of the song like its lagging, and then i quit the game, and it stopped responding, then so did explorer.exe, i couldnt open task manager. I shut it down and many error came up, then i restarted it today and it booted windows and CHKDSK popped up imediately so i skipped it, (it was trying to scan my non windows HDD). So once i logged in, it took forever to load windows fully and my programs, so then i open up explorer.exe and that freezes so i had to kill it with the "not responding diollogue" then i did control alt delete, and taskmanager to start it up again, but screen just went black. This continues to happen, if i try to boot in safe mode it doesnt, but i can boot into normal fine with that issue. Its unoperable. I just reformated my computer about a week or 2 ago so i shouldnt be having this kind of problems. PLEASE HELP. I cant take all these computer problems anymore.

    EDIT: i even tried booting without my HDD it kept trying to CHKDSK with no change to the issue.
     
  2. ryanjoachim

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    Why don't you let CHKDSK complete it's scan?

    Usually CHKDSK doesn't pop up unless there is/are errors on the drive that are causing access problems.
     
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    ive tried but it freezes up at 5%
     
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