I chose Windows 7 Home Premium x86. There is no call for insults. It started off, when the user would hold the power button down and improperly shut off the client; then upon reboot startup repair would launch and ask the user if they would like to restore They always click yes then the client would be restored to the first time I installed windows when creating the base image. Any help will be appreciated. Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 1 Apr 27, 2019 1 Mar 23, 2019 1 Mar 16, 2019 1 Feb 17, 2019 7 Feb 3, 2019 0 Feb 2, 2019 1 Feb 1, 2019 1 Jan 26, 2019 1 Apr 14, 2018 1 Apr 11, 2017 1 Dec 9, 2016 34 Sep 22, 2016 4 Jun 29, 2016 2 May 8, 2016 1 Mar 7, 2015 3 Feb 10, 2013 1 Oct 23, 2012 2 Mar 2, 2011 1 Aug 12, 2010 1 May 26, 2010. In order to understand the issue more clearly, I would request you to kindly provide me with the following information. Startup Repair won't seriously automate repair at all.
I certainly understand your concern. The one time when it actually completed a startup repair it reported it could not see a hard drive. Again: Windows cannot repair this computer automatically. However, somehow I am still receiving support calls that the trust relationship had been broken ect. Which I found during my factory reset. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.
If you don't see the file system, then the data is gone. Mostly pc has been ok to startup. Perform a System Restore Since the System Protection is enabled by default, you can use it to restore your computer to an earlier state. Such as photos or documents To help protect your computer, back up your system and files regularly. Are they different from the ones posted by minigeek? Thanks in advance but I can't use the laptop at all. I don't know why they are habitually trying to destroy the machines, but this is a human behavior problem, not a technology problem.
When the laptop restarted it went right back to failure mode and ran Startup Repair all over again. Would you like to answer one of these instead? I often forget to wait for this prompt and it slows down my normal workflow and cuts into my routine. This will disable the Launch Startup Repair recommendation in Windows 7. I got stuck in an infinite loop. It sounds like there is something wrong with your setup that is encouraging bad habits, you should try and fix the root cause rather than try to ignore the consequences.
I get this: Windows Error Recovery. It ran two test passes. Anything to drive home the point to not do that. This might take over an hour to complete. They were not on closer inspection. Should I download them and replace all the disks I have made from the first site? I've done that many times and the result is: Startup Repair cannot repair this computer automatically.
My son is not around to ask what he might have done. I hope it all works out for you. After that I rebooted and got right back to the Startup Repair Loop. I am trying to fix my gf's computer. I can't seem to find an reason why this is happening, and how to solve it. If the files are recoverable, the file system on the hard drive will be visible. Can anyone suggest anything other than F8? I hope you let it complete its startup recovery process and then backed out of it.
I'll come back later and report. In both cases, consult with the site electrician before implementing, making it impossible to remove power from equipment might violate local codes. You'll have to get back into Windows as and Admin to re-enable it. Might be worth ur while contacting support for your motherboard or checking if ur bios is current. I'm guessing that there is, but wait for the expert to come back and tell you how. It is not recommended to disable it. I ended up switching it with an older machine.
I tried running Startup Repair multiple times but I'm still getting the same problem. If the files are recoverable, the file system on the hard drive will be visible. I'm getting too old for this! Click this and Windows will run the startup repair tool. I replaced everything alright, but when I powered up, startup repair activated. Anyway, I ran Spybot and it found.
It's not like I can take out the battery and put it back or anything. I was able to get to the command prompt. I have to stop what I am doing, go down, see what they are doing, reboot the machine, ensure that it works fine 99% of the time it does and explain to them what it means which they immediately forget. I have a 240gb hd. She had a vicious virus so I loaded her C drive contents onto a hard drive and then I am not sure what I did probably started what I thought was recovery but now every time I boot her laptop Toshiba Satellite , Startup Recovery starts up.