"Edit Boot Options" message on booting laptop

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by Shakil, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. Shakil

    Shakil New Member

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    hi
    This is shakil. i am using Acer aspire 5745 laptop.
    But recently i have a problem with it. When i start my laptop the following message appears-

    Edit Boot Options

    Edit Windows Boot Options for: Windows 7
    path: \windows\system32\winload.exe
    Partition:2

    Hard disk : 5a6f94e1

    [/NO EXECUTE=OPTION]

    ENTER: SUBMIT


    After i press enter it start working.

    please help me by solving this problem.
    e-mail me at: arif_7827_69@yahoo.com
     
    #1 Shakil, Feb 21, 2012
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  2. patcooke

    patcooke Microsoft MVP
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    Re: seeking for help

    There are a few possible causes. It may be that you have suffered some system file corruption so first try running a system file check:

    Goto All programs, Accessories, right click on command prompt and select "run as administrator"

    At the command screen which pops up enter this command:

    sfc /scannow

    and press return. This will check for any system file errors and if any found will attempt to repair them.
     
  3. MikeHawthorne

    MikeHawthorne Essential Member
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    Re: seeking for help

    Hi

    You might want to try and download and install EasyBCD.

    It will look at your boot options and allow you to repair them if necessary.

    EasyBCD, boot management utility

    EasyBCD - Download.com

    It's pretty easy to use, but you could post a picture of the info it shows here and get some advice about what to do.

    Mike
     
  4. davehc

    davehc Microsoft MVP
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    Re: seeking for help

    Easybcd may work, as Mike suggests.
    You can try, manually, what Easybcd will do. Get into a command prompt (Run as Administrator) and type:

    bcdedit /set optionsedit No

    Reboot and see if it is clear. If not, try:

    bcdedit /set optionsedit yes. If it is still stubborn, last try is:

    bcdedit /deletevalue optionsedit
     

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