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PC frozen at Microsoft Corporation loading screen

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Seanthien, Mar 20, 2013.

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  1. Seanthien

    Seanthien Thread Starter

    Mar 20, 2013
    I have a 64-bit Windows Vista OS and I cannot get past the microsoft corporation loading screen that follows the boot up. (Right now I'm on safe mode typing this up)

    I've searched around on google and attempted to do sfc /scannow in command prompt thanks to http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...-startup/af488955-1080-4329-a5a0-774916c7341e

    However when my scan finishes it says that I must reboot my computer in order for the problem to be fixed. Sadly when I restart my computer it still freezes at the microsoft corporation screen and so I once again log back onto safe mode and do the sfc /scannow. Apparently the problem was never actually fixed and I have to reboot again.

    I've done it back and forth now about 3 times and my problem still exist. It's the same corrupt file every time and I'm not sure what else to do since my computer says to reboot to complete the fixture of my issue yet it doesn't solve itself.


    That would be my cbs.log file.

    I'd appreciate any help as I've just about given up and on the verge of purchasing a new desktop.

    PS. I've tried a system restore to the earliest date possible and it did not fix my problem.
  2. huggie54


    Feb 17, 2008
  3. dai


    Mar 6, 2003
    go into msconfig/startup and untick all but ms items

    then see if you can boot normally

    if it boots ok retick the boxes one at a time and rebooting until you isolate the problem one
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