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Windows 7 PC shuts down after log in.

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by roix, Jul 13, 2018.

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  1. roix

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    Windows 7 PC shuts down after log in but works completely fine in safe mood with network. In normal mood after log in, it starts normally then suddenly it shows the image that I attached. How to fix this problem?
     

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  2. kenbok51

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    What makes Safe Mode different from normal mode is it loads only a small number of drivers it needs to operate. There are some simple things you can try. First, instead of going to Safe Mode select "last known good configuration" and see if that fixes it. Then you can also try using System Restore from Safe Mode to go back in time to a point prior to the blue screen happening. A lot of times blue screens occur if there is an unexpected shut down where corruption cause driver issues. Often the issue will show up in Device Manager while viewed from Safe Mode. Also running sfc /scannow can sometimes help if there is corruption in windows drivers. Click on the Start button then Accessories and right click the Command Prompt selecting "Run as Administrator" type in or copy paste SFC /SCANNOW and let it run. If you type it in yourself note there is a space between the command SFC and the switch /SCANNOW
     
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