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Discussion in 'Windows Vista Help and Support' started by theracoon, Jan 31, 2010.
here is my video
Cool way of doing things! Have you tried pressing F8 when booting and choosing 'last known good config'? Also, just to confirm, have you tried booting from the win 7 DVD and choosing repair? I know you've tried with the system repair disk .. Another option would be to do a 'upgrade' installation of 7. This will hopefully repair the corrupted files as well as allowing you to keep your files and folders..
I have tried f8 and it just restarts the computer or a blank screen
Does selecting the option "Launch Windows Startup Repair (Recommended)" do anything?