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Startup Repair wont load - TG_Recovery 'Invalid Picture'

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Advent6301user, Sep 12, 2010.

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  1. Advent6301user

    Advent6301user Thread Starter

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    I havent a clue what is wrong with my vista lpatop, it was working earlier, i shut it down. then when i later turned it on, it was loading, then it asked me if i wanted to start windows normally or run start up repair (recomended) so i clicked on start up repair. as it was loading a message popped up that read:
    TG_Recovery
    Invalid Picture
    Then when i click ok or cross, it restarts the computer, it keeps goin on and on.
    also for some reason when it loads and i press F8 nothing happens, so that wont load.:mad:
    any help plz?...
    tom
     
  2. RaytheBear

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    1) What happens when you click on "Start Windows Normaly"?
    2)Do you have a recovery disk? If no, contact the Manufacture of your Laptop and they can send you one, sometimes free, sometimes for a small fee.
    Or go to the store where you bought the laptop and they can help
    3)Is your Laptop still under warranty? If yes, bring it back to where you bought it.
     
  3. Advent6301user

    Advent6301user Thread Starter

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    rite, my laptop now wont even get on tht page any more (start windows normally/ safemode) n my warranty just expired in june, so im not covered. i will contact advent n see if they'll send me a recovery disk.
    thanks
    tom
     
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