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Nobootcause windows startup repair relooping

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So I have read through and googled the problem ive been having but i still cant seem to figure it out, I need help really badly. I got blue screen a week ago, and the only options at startup are to start windows normally or startup repair and even if i choose start windows normally, it just goes straight to the start up repair and ofcourse, it cant repair the problem. heres what i got back,

Problem Event Name: StartupRepairOffline

Problem Signature 01: 6.1.7600.16385

Problem Signature 02: 6.1.7600.16385

Problem Signature 03: unknown

Problem Signature 04: 21200145

Problem Signature 05: AutoFailover

Problem Signature 06: 11

Problem Signature 07: NoRootCause

OS Version: 6.1.7600.

Locale ID: 1033


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Good, you have googled the problem :), but what of the results you found and solutions you tried/attempted?

It seems like that kind of error is due to four possible causes:

  1. malware/virus
  2. hard disk filesystem corruption
  3. Windows Update malfunctioning (which I personally believe is caused by one of the two above)
  4. defective hardware (like RAM or motherboard or hard disk)







The "general" and "basic" procedure is always the same:

  1. boot from alternate means/OS (Windows PE or Linux CD/DVD/USB)
  2. backup any important data
  3. scan the system for viruses/malware
  4. verify (from a suitable Windows 7 install DVD/USB)filesystem integrity (CHKDISK)
  5. do (from a suitable Windows 7 install DVD/USB) a "startup repair"
  6. if it boots repeat checks on filesystem and files integrity (CHKDISK, SFC) and for viruses/malware
  7. if the above don't work re-install Windows 7 in a "parallel" install and see if it boots/works normally
  8. if it still doesn't work it is likely that there is a (more or less serious) hardware problem that you must solve before attempting again

If the "parallel" install works and you cannot repair the "original" one, then you can only (your choice) either re-install Windows 7 (and all apps) from scratch and restore the backed up data or install the apps to this "parallel" install.


Edited by jaclaz

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