Start up problem in Win 7 due to installing Win 8 themes

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  1. gattuji

    gattuji New Member

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    Hi,

    I have tried to install win 8 themes in my Win 7 home premium. Few DLL changes were suggested there. After making those instructed changes, it was required to restart the system. Before that it was instructed to disable UAC. I forgot to disable UAC and restarted my laptop.

    Now I am seeing welcome screen without displaying logon window. And now I am not able to logon in the system any more. I am struck here.

    We have removed all passwords using bios. But still system is struck in the same screen. I am not able to get into the system in any way including command prompt.

    I have some critical data in my C drive.

    Anyone of you please help me out to get me out of this trouble. I want to save my data.

    And system is showing no error message or crash message.

    Thanks in Advance.
     
  2. gattuji

    gattuji New Member

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    [HR][/HR]Now using Windows 7 dvd I can access my command prompt. I have saved my data also ... still i m thinking not to reinstall windows in my lap. Now is there any way to correct my startup using command prompt
     
  3. gattuji

    gattuji New Member

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    Its Solved ..


    1. Use Wim DVD to boot system.
    2. Use command prompt to copy paste your critical files form C drive to in other drives.
    3. I knew the names of DLL's I changed hence
    Using command prompts I went to those DLL's and Replaced them with the originals.


    System is working fine now ... Thank you Guys/
     
  4. Saltgrass

    Saltgrass Excellent Member
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    Anytime you can get into a command prompt, you can also run the System File Checker (SFC) from offline.

    Glad you got it working..
     

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