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Will not boot to Windows 7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Carly654, Jan 8, 2015.

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  1. Carly654

    Carly654 Thread Starter

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    Intel Core Duo T6570, 2.1 GHz
    OS: Win 7 Pro

    Will not boot into Windows. Start up repair runs every time . Ran check disk and went through all 5 steps.

    The latest start up repair says startup Repair could not detect a problem.

    Root cause found:
    The operating system version is incompatible with start up repair
     
  2. Carly654

    Carly654 Thread Starter

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    I have followed your steps 1-4 and 7 as the HD is in bios and set up as #1. No luck

    A little more food for thought. If I try a system restore it says I have no restore points. Which I know I do have. It reads to create restore point open system protection. After I do that it reads: your computer is running in a limited diagnostic state. If you use system restore in this limited state, you can't undo the restore operation. If does not give me the "next option to do a system restore.
    Same for complete PC restore.
    At this point in time I have no CDs to help and I cannot boot into safe mode.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!
     
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