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TECH CHALLENGE!: WIN 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Damien1, Jan 8, 2013.

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  1. Damien1

    Damien1 Thread Starter

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    After many attempts I can only get my windows 7 to boot up to windows logo, blue logon screen then startup repair automaticaly starts. All I have is a "system repair disk" created by windows in my os from befor. After researching many cmd comands and redoing various bcdedit.exe comands this is as far as I got. If you are a tech I challenge you to do better by guiding me to fix this problem. PS. I had a different bootmanager loaded that allowed a custom boot screen and animation. I also had a custom logon screen that I set in the registery. This is quite the challenge without the actual win 7 install disk. If your up for it this is your challenge. I am pore and dont have the money to buy the cd. Thus the research to do it myself through comand prompt Administrator:x:\windows\system32\cmd.exe
    That is the only place I can start and from the system reparir disk I made from my os. Although Im starting to wonder if it was 100% correct. Your help would be much appreciated.
     
  2. Elvandil

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    Run System Restore from the boot disk and get back an earlier registry and system files.
     
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