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What are the files are responsible for reboot loop after windows 7 logo?

Q: What are the files are responsible for reboot loop after windows 7 logo?

I scanned system files by using cmd it came like this: 

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i cant able to post log details this site shows: post is long.

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A: What are the files are responsible for reboot loop after windows 7 logo?

What are the files are responsible for reboot loop after windows 7 logo?
 
i mean right after windows 7 logo loading, system reboots. but what are the files are responsible for this thing? 

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Hello, firstly my sincere apologies if this is the incorrect location to post this, im new here.

Also i think it would be better if read the start as it describes what happened before the active problem occured.

Recently i took it upon myself to speed up my boot time. In the process of this i messed with advanced boot settings in ms config and set it to 4 cores and memory to 40XX , after this happened i restarted my pc and got a system_bad_config_info which wouldnt stop.

Upon running all the recovery options many times i managed to log in once(somehow i managed to boot it with 256mb, i dont know how i did it) it took 20 minutes before i was able to open anything due to slowness but as soon as i could i went into msconfig and and unchecked the cpu and memory thing then applied. (I did not do the permanant thing which may have saved me from all this lol).

Ok so after i did that i rebooted and all was fine!!!! During this time all i did was reenable in msconfig normal services where it boots all startup and service items(I unchecked all the startup ones tho). After i restarted the error came back. bad_system_config_info

2 Things That May Have Gone Wrong:
1. I should have checked the make boot settings permanent and when i didnt they reverted
2. I have a corrupt service or driver that upon reenable bugged out


Note: At this point all options lead to bsod with bad_system_config_info including all safemodes

Only repair tool worked
I had also tried everythin... Read more

A:Reboot Loop After Win Logo

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Artenis


Hello, firstly my sincere apologies if this is the incorrect location to post this, im new here.

Also i think it would be better if read the start as it describes what happened before the active problem occured.

Recently i took it upon myself to speed up my boot time. In the process of this i messed with advanced boot settings in ms config and set it to 4 cores and memory to 40XX , after this happened i restarted my pc and got a system_bad_config_info which wouldnt stop.

Upon running all the recovery options many times i managed to log in once(somehow i managed to boot it with 256mb, i dont know how i did it) it took 20 minutes before i was able to open anything due to slowness but as soon as i could i went into msconfig and and unchecked the cpu and memory thing then applied. (I did not do the permanant thing which may have saved me from all this lol).

Ok so after i did that i rebooted and all was fine!!!! During this time all i did was reenable in msconfig normal services where it boots all startup and service items(I unchecked all the startup ones tho). After i restarted the error came back. bad_system_config_info

2 Things That May Have Gone Wrong:
1. I should have checked the make boot settings permanent and when i didnt they reverted
2. I have a corrupt service or driver that upon reenable bugged out
Note: At this point all options lead to bsod with bad_system_config_info including all safemo... Read more

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Hi, I was having some trouble with my CMOS battery and was getting low battery warnings so I changed the battery but it seems that this hasn't solved the problem since now my PC is in a continous loop. I'm working with Windows XP. I took the PC to a local computer repair shop and they concluded that I need to re-install Windows but I'm hoping there is another solution as I have many files that I really can't afford to lose. It's an Acer and I have the ERecovery cd's but I haven't used them yet as I'm not sure if they will delete all my files. Thank you for the help.

Jay

A:PC in a reboot loop once XP screen logo appears...

Would this happen to be a laptop, it may not be the CMOS battery it was complaining about. It could very well be the battery pack for the lap top it is complaining about if it is a lap top.

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Hi
I'm trying to make my own advanced theme (Custom window textures and stuff) but I can not find the .dll and .exe files that contain the graphics I wish to change. Any help on the subject would be greatly appreciated.

P.S. I do not want a program to do this for me like windowblindes.

A:Where are the .dll and .exe files responsible for the look of windows?

Welcome to the Seven Forums

There are many .dll, .exe, etc. that control the look of Windows, post some screenshots of the areas you would like to change either highlighting them or use arrows to point at the areas.

Use these tutorials for posting screenshots.
Screenshot with Paint
How to Use the Snipping Tool in Vista - Vista Forums
Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums

Jerry

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Hi,

I was browsing the internet, and suddenly my computer rebooted itself. When it was loading up again, its gets to the dell inspiron logo, then cuts off to a page where all it says is "windows is loading files..." and a progress bar below it. the progress bar completes, and its start the loop again, to the inspirion logo, and back to the "windows is loading files"

When the ispiron logo is up, i can click f2 (setup) or click f12 (reboot option) but this is all i am able to do.

Can anyone help me with a solution, or has anyone seen this before?

Cheers

A:Windows 7 Reboot loop: "Windows is loading files..."

Did you update any software/ hardware before the reboot? You could have been hit with a virus if it happened randomly.

Did you create a system repair disk? Or if you have a system reserved partition keep tapping F8 on reboot until you get the repair my computer option.

Try booting into Safe Mode first.

Also you can enter System Recovery Mode (repair my computer) and do a System Restore to before the problem occurred.

Safe Mode

System Restore

System Recovery Options

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Running Windows XP - Which continues to loop once it gets past the XP logo.

1) I've run chkdsk /r, doesn't complete 75%
2) fixboot, fixmbr - both complete
3) bootcfg /rebuild fails - errors
4) copying the ntoskrnl.exe from the xp disk - gives me access denied
5) Wont give me the option of repairing the installation
6) Doesn't ask me for a password once in recovery console. Tried a few suggested commands, comes up with access denied

Wont let me boot into safe mode. Restarts after displaying the xp logo with a quick flash of the bsod.

Any one got any other suggestions of what I could try?

A:Continus Loop - After Windows Xp Logo....

You could try reinstalling XP over top of the corrupt one. Just make sure that you don't format the drive.

You may also want to try running a hard disk recovery program called Spinrite (http://www.spinrite.info) which may be able to recover your Windows install if there are problems on the hard disk.

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Hello! I am desperate to backup all the files on my computer before resetting my laptop to factory settings. I don't want to ask my dad to help, because he is going to scold me for my idiocity. (I should've asked him for a larger external hard drive. My mistake.) I am going to explain the entire story to inform you know how I got to my current situation.
 
It all started off by an issue with my keyboard. The shift key was locked, so I did a system restore. That didn't fix the keyboard issue. Then I tried backing up all my files onto my external hard drive before doing a further system restore, but I didn't have enough space on it. I still decided to go ahead with the system restore, and restored my computer to the only available point prior to the keyboard issue, a point two years ago. (Probably the day I got my computer.) I thought it would work and didn't expect my files to encounter any danger, so I proceeded without backing up all my files. So now, when my computer tries to load in safe mode, it is stuck in an infinite reboot loop, never loading the start page. If I try to load it normally, I get the blue screen of death. A picture of it is an attached file below.
 
I want to save both my files and my computer, but most importantly my files. I would be really really grateful if someone could figure out and teach me how to back up my files before I do a factory reset, or recover my computer so I don't have to do either of those. Though I think it would be good if... Read more

A:How to backup files while encountering blue screen and infinite reboot loop?

Hello, and Welcome
 
You can transfer your files using a small linux distro like Puppy linux. I would download v5.2.8 here. Burn the iso file on a Windows 7 computer by right clicking and selecting Burn Image File. If you are on a XP computer you can burn the iso using either Imgburn or Isoburner if your burning software does not burn images.
 
If you do not have a CD or DVD disk to burn you can use Rufus to create a bootable USB flash drive. Select MBR partition scheme in the dropdown box. Everything else is default. In the dropdown box that shows Freedos, select iso image. Click the small icon and browse to the Puppy iso you downloaded. Press start. Any data on the USB flash drive will be erased.
 
Tapping F12 during boot should bring up a boot menu where you can select the DVD/CD drive as a boot device. If using a USB flash drive attach it before booting the computer.
 
Once on the Puppy desktop click once on the drive icon in the lower left. This should be sda1 for your laptop. A green dot will appear on the drive icon which indicates the drive is mounted and a File Manager will open. Connect your external drive to the laptop. A USB icon will appear next to the CD/DVD drive icon. Click once on it, the drive will mount and another File Manager window will open. On the File Manager Window of the hard drive you can browse to what folders or files you want to back up. You can select them by either left clicking while holding the Ctrl key or by left clickin... Read more

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Running Windows XP - Which continues to loop once it gets past the XP logo.

1) I've run chkdsk /r, doesn't complete 75%
2) fixboot, fixmbr - both complete
3) bootcfg /rebuild fails - errors
4) copying the ntoskrnl.exe from the xp disk - gives me access denied
5) Wont give me the option of repairing the installation
6) Doesn't ask me for a password once in recovery console. Tried a few suggested commands, comes up with access denied

Wont let me boot into safe mode. Restarts after displaying the xp logo with a quick flash of the bsod.

Any one got any other suggestions of what I could try?
 

A:Solved: Continues Loop - After Windows Xp Logo....

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I have a custom build from about 5 years ago and when i boot it up i press f1 to continue then it gives me the option to repair or resume windows as soon as the red windows dot appears it reboots and this happens over and over. I can provide more details if needed, i also tried my laptop hd which has windows 7 on it as well and it still doesnt work. Please i ned help because i currently have no working computer. I tried repairing the hd and that doesnt work and iv also tried running a repair

A:Computer restarts as soon as windows logo appears in a loop

Also when i boot from xubuntu on a flash drive it boots but it wont boot even when i use a kit that powers through sata with an external power brick and a sata cable that converts to usb

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Hello everyone, I have an HP Pavilion g6 laptop.  It was restarting and booting fine until I upgraded to Windows 8.1.  When I restart the computer, it sometimes gets stuck in a boot loop in the HP logo screen.  Most of the time it doesn't do it, but it does get stuck from time to time in the HP logo screen.  It gets stuck mostly when restarting the computer.  If anyone has had the same problem and/or has a solution,  I would appreciate the help. Thank you

A:Windows 8.1 boot loop stuck on HP logo, mostly after restart...

Hi phillibob41, I understand that you are having a problem with the computer getting stuck in a loop when restarting. I will try my best to help you with this. To better guide you, could you please give me some more information. 1. What is the Model Number of your laptop? LINK: How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number? 2. How are you getting out of the loop?Please let me know, and I will be happy to help. Thank you,




I worked on behalf of HP.

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Since I moved my pc to a LAN-party it takes dozens of time to get the computer starting without a boot loop.

When it starts my pc screen goes on standby after the windows loading screen while Safe-mode works perfect.

Could it be hardware related? because I might have been staticly charged at the LAN-party since I felt electricity everytime I touched the metal of the case.

A:Boot loop and black screen after windows logo

It could be hardware related, so we can run some tests. I'm wondering why safe mode works fine.

First off, are you really using XP, or are you using Vista/7?

The first thing I would do is open up the case and check your connections. Pull out the RAM and seat it firmly, make sure the hard drive power and SATA cables are in tight.

Any cable you see, make sure it's in securely.

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I've had my computer for about a year and 5 months now and I've reset it quite a bit because it would always be slow or the screen would turn black and say "runtime error." I'm close to just saying it's faulty. But anyways, this time I tried to reset it, it said no boot device found. Then I turned it off and turned it back on and the logo would continously loop. It wouldn't even go to sleep, it would just loop for hours. I already tried the online idea about taking everything external off of the laptop and holding the power button but it hasn't worked. PLEEAASEE HELP

A:Inspiron 14-3452 Logo Continuous Loop Windows 10

You're going to need to recovery flash drive you were prompted to prepare when you received the system - attach that and boot from it.  It may be possible to repair the system -- or if no, reload the factory image.
If you did not prepare that, you will need to obtain the flash image for your system from support.dell.com and prepare the recovery media.

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Since I moved my pc to a LAN-party it takes dozens of time to get the computer starting without a boot loop.

When it starts my pc screen goes on standby after the windows loading screen while Safe-mode works perfect.

Could it be hardware related? because I might have been staticly charged at the LAN-party since I felt electricity everytime I touched the metal of the case.

EDIT

my thoughts: 2 problems.
1. Bad power connection leading to boot loops (the orange light next to the power light doesn't work with boot loops)
2. Videocard issue leading to black screens and BSOD (atihmpag.sys) --> reinstalled the video card and it seems to work for now.
 

A:Boot loop and black screen after windows logo

If it can load into Safe Mode usually this means a driver issue.

Second, you should in no way be feeling anything electric through your case! Is the motherboard touching the case at all? Check the back. The standoffs should prevent this. Is somthing touching the motherboard?
 

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Hi there, I need help finding out whats happening to this PC.

I hit the power button and it loads up find untill after the Windows XP logo and then it stops and restarts. After the restart it boots to the startup menu, I boot into safe mode fine and I did a virus scan and it is clean. so I rebooted from safemode and same deal.

I don't think that its hardware related cause its a fairly new PC in a clean environment and the temps and voltages in the BIOS are all OK.

any help would be greatly apprecieated

thanks,

Glome

A:Computer Reboot after windows xp logo

starting ok in safe mode indicates a software problem and it being something in your startup folder
in msconfig/startup
untick the boxes one at a time and try rebooting normally to try and isolate the offender

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Hello, please read the start as it describes what happened before the active problem occured.

Recently i took it upon myself to speed up my boot time. In the process of this i messed with advanced boot settings in ms config and set it to 4 cores and memory to 40XX , after this happened i restarted my pc and got a system_bad_config_info which wouldnt stop.

Upon running all the recovery options many times i managed to log in once(somehow i managed to boot it with 256mb, i dont know how i did it) it took 20 minutes before i was able to open anything due to slowness but as soon as i could i went into msconfig and and unchecked the cpu and memory thing then applied. (I did not do the permanant thing which may have saved me from all this lol).

Ok so after i did that i rebooted and all was fine!!!! During this time all i did was reenable in msconfig normal services where it boots all startup and service items(I unchecked all the startup ones tho). After i restarted the error came back. bad_system_config_info

2 Things That May Have Gone Wrong:
1. I should have checked the make boot settings permanent and when i didnt they reverted
2. I have a corrupt service or driver that upon reenable bugged out
Note: At this point all options lead to bsod with bad_system_config_info including all safemodes

Only repair tool worked
I had also tried everything else

WHAT I DID THEN:

I went into the cmd prompt via repair tool and did the following:

bcdedit /deletevalue {default} truncatememor... Read more

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Hi, I hope I post this in the right forum. Recently I installed the video game, Section 8. I left the game for five minutes and when I came back the computer was restarting for automatic updates. I let it happen, but when the Windows logo screen came up, immediately after that it flashed a quick blue screen and restarted. This process continued and has not let me past the windows logo screen.

I can not run any anti virus programs as I can not get to my desktop. I can't even get there with safe mode. The blue screen message is...

STOP: c0000221 [Bad Image Checksum]
The image urlmon.dll is possibly corrupt. The header checksum does not match the computed checksum.

I run Windows XP, SP3 and my other system specifications are as follows...

150 GB Raptor
Nvidia 9800GT
2 GB RAM
Intel e6400 Dual core @ 2.13 GHz

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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Hello,
 
So two days ago, I turned off my computer. I got off from work and turned on my computer, and it started going into a bootloop, I tried booting in safe mode, and tried doing a Repair but the screen blacks out. So then I tried booting from a USB using Kaspersky Rescue disc, the screen blacks out after about 60 seconds or more. I've tried almost every rescue disc and nothing seems to work. I'm at a complete dead end. I've received help on here long ago for the almost same exact issue, so I have come here for aid.
 
 
Thanks,
 
-Brandon

A:Windows 7 64bit//Logo Splash Boot Loop//BSOD

Start with these free, bootable diagnostics:  http://www.carrona.org/initdiag.html
The BSOD seems suggestive of a hard drive problem - although that shouldn't cause the screen to go black.
The Kaspersky disk loads it's own operating system (not the Windows on your hard drive) - so that shouldn't affect it either.

Another suspicion is an overheating video card.
Can you see if the video card's cooler is clean and free of dirt/dust?  Is the fan for it working also?

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Hello everyone, Similar topics have been raised in this forum but I could not find an explanation and fix to my issue, so here it goes : I just received my brand new P51 and noticed that when I select Windows 10 reboot, the laptop hangs when the Lenovo logo displays (displaying the "press enter..." message), powering off and rebooting being the only option. Shutting down the laptop and rebooting from power off works fine though. I tried several scenarios, including updating the BIOS to the latest version (1.17), pressing PF12 to change the boot order, etc and I finally figured out a way to make the reboot work : assigning the NVMe SSD containcng the W10 partition as the first line in the boot order, moving Windows Boot Manager that was intially #1 to #2 in the list. I have no clue why that makes a difference ? Also, I may be wrong but it seems like the boot takes a little longer now.  Anyway, I can live with that now, but I would really like to understand what is happening. In particular as I plan to add a second SSD for Linux and want to eventually be able to select Linux vs W10 at boot time. Thanks in advance for your feedback (thats my first post in this forum). cheers, Philippe

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I have Win XP Pro w/SP2 on Dell Dimension 4700. I can't recall installing anything the night before but I shut down the computer before I went to bed. Next morning when I started the computer after the "Dell" and "Windows" logo it starts reboot again then I get this message..."We apologize for the inconvenience, but Windows did not start successfully...." then the choices of Safe Modes, Last Known..., and Start Windows normally.

I've tried chkdsk /r, reset MBR (I think I did), Ultimate boot CD (which I can't figure out which program to use), safe modes, even system restore....basically nothing worked.

Can anyone please help me?
 

A:Can't reboot (Booting loops after Windows logo)

Do you have the origional XP disc to use, because if you do, you can try to repair the existing installation of windows XP.
 

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Hello I was requested by CKing123 to post a new topic. Its very possible I have a rootkit infection on my Desktop. I ran a Farbar scan earlier today. Scan results attached to this post.
 
Thanks
 

 
Alright, so something interesting in the FRST logs:
ATTENTION: ====> ZeroAccess. Use DeleteJunctionsIndirectory: C:\Windows\system64
This suggests a malware infection (Rootkit)
 
Please create a new topic in the Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs forums and follow the posting instructions.
 
-CKing

 
 
 
Original Post: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/621554/windows-7-64bitlogo-splash-boot-loopbsod/?p=4052632
 
 

A:Windows 7 64bit//Logo Splash Boot Loop//BSOD "Rootkit Infection"?

Hello, Welcome to BleepingComputer.I'm nasdaq and will be helping you.If you can please print this topic it will make it easier for you to follow the instructions and complete all of the necessary steps in the order listed.===Press the windows key + r on your keyboard at the same time. This will open the RUN BOX.Type Notepad and and click the OK key.Please copy the entire contents of the code box below to the a new file. start
CreateRestorePoint:
EmptyTemp:
CloseProcesses:

HKLM-x32\...\Run: [vProt] => C:\Program Files (x86)\AVG SafeGuard toolbar\vprot.exe [2662472 2016-04-18] ()
HKU\OB\...\Run: [AdobeBridge] => [X]
HKU\OB\...\Run: [SCheck] => C:\Users\OB\AppData\Roaming\SCheck\SCheck.exe [51200 2015-10-26] ()
AppInit_DLLs: C:\PROGRA~2\SN_X64~1.BO~ => No File
S2 vToolbarUpdater19.4.0; C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\AVG Secure Search\vToolbarUpdater\19.4.0\ToolbarUpdater.exe [1888328 2016-04-18] (AVG Secure Search)
S2 1a34a8e0; "C:\Windows\system32\rundll32.exe" "c:\progra~2\SNSvc.dll",service
S2 AfterFLICS v3; C:\Program Files (x86)\AFLICS\AfterFLICS.exe [X]
S2 InstallerService; "C:\Program Files\TrueKey\Mcafee.TrueKey.InstallerService.exe" [X]
S2 tgsrvc_smartagent; %systemroot%\system32\z800mdfl.dll [X]
S3 easytether; system32\DRIVERS\easytthr.sys [X]
S3 IntcAzAudAddService; system32\drivers\RTKVHD64.sys [X]
S3 johci; system32\DRIVERS\johci.sys [X]
S3 RSUSBSTOR; System32\Drivers\RtsUStor.sys [X]
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Hi,

OS: windows 2000 pro
PSU: antec trio (either 550-600)
2 gigs of crucial memory
CPU: Core2duo 6400 run at default (no overclocking)
Graphics card: nvidia 6600

One of my pcís has been bsod a lot lately for no apparent reason; no new programs nor devices have been installed recently; the bsod messages have been many times but not always related to ntoskrnl.exe and/or page defaults or something along that line; I have tried to take out the boot drive and run a chkdsk on it from another pc and it seemed to stop the bsod for about a week or so and then back again.

Now the weird new thing is that when I reboot after a BSOD related to ntoskrnl.exe, it shows the BIOS POST messages like normal but BEFORE it shows the windows logo, it Ďs just a black blank screen; I have tried
1/ putting the older sticks of memory in (the memory that used tobe in this pc and working for years)

2/ this pc has a lot of hard drives and the paging files are spreaded along all of the drives; I noticed that one drive was acting weird so I took it out and tried to do chkdsk on another pc and it seems totally fine; no errors, so thatís odd

3/ the next step is Iím going to reinstall windows on a new boot drive to see if it even allows me to boot from the dvd drive (there were no dvd drives on this pc; only hard drives)

It sounds like it could be the psu going bad, but itís not a weak psu; itís antec trio (either 550 or 600 I forgot)

But bottom line is I wonder what would cause the system to ju... Read more

A:windows bsod & then blank after reboot (after POST but b4 windows logo)

unplug all devices except the "C" drive and see if the os will boot up.Or if you can get into safe mode boot option
 

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I downloaded Windows 10 (free upgrade - NO disk) some months ago. It has been running fine up until 3 days ago.  Now in continuous BSOD loop which I can't break into to take any corrective action. Gives me the HP blue startup screen followed by:  Black screen with flashing cursor top left (runs for between 30 secs and 30 mins!), followed by: Windows image, 'Preparing Automatic Repair', followed by: 'Your PC ran into problems and needs to restart. We're just checking some error info, and then we'll restart for you.' Displays 'WDF_VIOLATION' message, alternating with BAD_SYS_CONFIG message underneath. This is non stop.  Tried F8 and F12, to no avail.  Tried repeatedly turning on and off, to no avail. No disks of any kind available.  Just can't do anything to get past this. Desperately need to use computer. Any help gratefully accepted! 

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Hi,

I'm running Windows XP and when I turned on my computer this morning it displayed the screen informing me thatt Windows had not shut down properrly and gave me the options of how to start it:

Safe Mode
Safe Mode with networking
Safe Mode with Command Prompt
Last Known Good Configuration
Start Windows Normally

I tried each in turn but before Windows could load, it rebooted the system and returned to the same screen described above.

I then pressed F8 at Startup to enter the Advanced Options Menu and disabled automatic restart on system failuree. This time when trying to load Windows, I got the BSOD and the following message:

'A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.

If this is the first time you've seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again, follow these steps.

Check for viruses on your computer. Remove any newly installed hard drives or hard drive controllers. Check your hard drive to make suree it is properly configured and terminated. Run CHKDSK /F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer.

Technical Information:
***STOP: 0x0000007B (0xFA2F4528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000 0x00000000)'

I don't have the Windows XP recovery disc and can't create one as my only CD burner is on the damaged computer. I've tried restarting to no affect and don't know how to perform virus checks or anything without entering Windows first. I didn't insta... Read more

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I managed to log on through start up and get run frst.exe
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST) (x64) Version: 12-02-2013
Ran by SYSTEM at 13-02-2013 19:20:23
Running from G:\
Windows 7 Home Premium (X64) OS Language: English(US)
The current controlset is ControlSet001

==================== Registry (Whitelisted) ===================

HKLM-x32\...\Run: [SunJavaUpdateSched] "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Java\Java Update\jusched.exe" [254696 2011-06-09] (Sun Microsystems, Inc.)
HKLM-x32\...\Run: [Camera Assistant Software] "C:\Program Files (x86)\Video Web Camera\traybar.exe" [630784 2009-04-13] (Chicony)
HKLM-x32\...\Run: [TkBellExe] "C:\Program Files (x86)\Real\RealPlayer\update\realsched.exe" -osboot [273528 2011-10-12] (RealNetworks, Inc.)
HKLM-x32\...\Run: [Samsung PanelMgr] C:\Windows\Samsung\PanelMgr\SSMMgr.exe /autorun [618496 2010-06-23] ()
HKU\Askboutme\...\Run: [DS3 Tool] C:\PROGRA~1\MOTION~1\ds3\DS3_Tool.exe -mini [112400 2011-12-05] (www.motioninjoy.com)
HKU\Askboutme\...\Run: [cdloader] "C:\Users\Askboutme\AppData\Roaming\mjusbsp\cdloader2.exe" MAGICJACK [50592 2011-08-23] (magicJack L.P.)
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A:Reboot Loop on Windows 7

Open Notepad and Copy & Paste the contents of the code box below into it. To do this highlight the entire contents of the box, right click on the highlighted area and select Copy then right click in the Notepad window and select Paste. Save it to the flashdrive as fixlist.txt <--- it is very important to spell this name exactly as written here.
Code:
start
TDL4: custom:26000022 <===== ATTENTION!
end
NOTICE: This script was written specifically for this user, for use on that particular machine. Running this on another machine may cause damage to your operating system.

Plug the Flash Drive back into the infected PC and enter the System Recovery Options and select the Command Prompt using the same instructions you followed to run the first scan.
In the command window type e:\frst.exe (or for x64 bit version type e:\frst64) and press Enter
Note: Replace letter e with the drive letter of your flash drive.
NOTE: if you receive an error message "the system cannot find the drive specified" go back into Notepad and check the drive letter for the Flash Drive.
When the FRST window opens click on the Fix button just once and wait.
The tool will make a log on the flashdrive (Fixlog.txt) please Copy & Paste it into your next reply.
Let me know if the system will now boot up.
 

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My brother downloaded some file off the internet and executed it and now the computer just constantly reboots. Even when i try to go to safe mode it reboots after it loads certain .sys files. I also switched the infected drive to another computer and it would also reboot on that as well so its not a hardware issue. Will someone help me diagnose and fix this problem.

A:Reboot Loop - Windows XP SP3

and welcome to the Forum

Any idea what file he downloaded? . .

What Brand/Model is the pc?

Do you have the XP installation disc?

Not booting on another pc is normal . . that will happen anytime the operating system try to run on a system other than it was installed on.

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Just like another poster I am having the same reboot loop problem. So far 6 computers at my work place have started having the same issues within the last 4 days. Very strange as this many PCs going down in such a short time has never happened. Will not load safe mode and just reboots when it goes to load windows.

Have used ubcd4win to run a virus scan, malware scan, restore registry files to a previous version. Used windows cd to run a chkdsk, fixmbr, fixboot. Also ran hard drive diagnostics which came back with no errors. I have not yet done a repair install of windows.

No go on any of those solutions. Anyone have any other ideas about this problem? I am a little puzzled and will post the complete STOP error in just a short bit.

Made a new thread as I didn't think hi-jacking the other one was in good manners. ;)

A:Windows reboot loop

STOP: 0x0000007B (0xF78D3528, 0xC0000034, 0x0000000. 0x0000000)

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Yesterday, my computer's surge protector became unplugged a couple of times while i was using it. After the 2nd or 3rd time, I restarted it and it got to the Windows Login screen and just rebooted. It keeps doing that, If I left it on, it will just restart itself every time it gets to the windows log in screen.

I have tried safe mode and the same thing happens. When I get to windows login screen, the thing just restarts again. I tried VGA mode also, same thing happens.

I guess I'm looking for help to try and fix this problem. I'm thinking it has something to do with the computer trying to protect against the power failure when the plug was kicked out. But, I honestly don't know. Any answers you guys have would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks.
 

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ok i have a problem with my windows xp
its a
pentium 4 processor
process speed 2400/533 MHz
memory size 1152mb
em dont know what else u would need
keeps rebooting in a loop and it wont go to the logging screen, i have no reboot disk.

i found a video on you tube whcih explanes exactly what is happpening
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99JmKLrJ11A
 

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I purchased Windows 10 pro the other day and still cannot get it installed.  Whenever i go through the process of installing, the computer reboots and attempts to boot to the windows 10 setup and then suddenly reboots.  The computer then boots back into windows 7 and the install stops.  I am trying to do a clean install.  When I boot directly from a usb drive, i get the constant reboot.  This is all while trying to install the 64 bit version.  When i try the 32 bit version, it takes me to the setup and option to install.  Please help!!

A:Windows 10 reboot loop

This is the error I am getting so far with the x64 install no matter how I try to install it

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Hello,

I have been using my hp stream 11 inch laptop for a while now, and I wanted to give it a fresh start, so I factory resetted it. While it was finishing and rebooting, an error occurred in the system and the reboot restarted again and again and again and won?t stop rebooting. Plus it only turns on with charge. I?ve tried going into the system with F10 and troubleshoot, but it was no use. I want my computer back please help!

Thanks
Mo
 

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Hi Everyone, I'm new around here and I have been following the progress of Windows 7 through beta stages. I currently operate on Windows XP SP3 which runs great, however Ive very recently decided to go for WIndows 7 beta. I completely backed up all my information, booted from DVD, formatted and then started to install.

It copies/ expands all the files to 100%, then does a normal restart, It then comes up with starting windows> registering entries etc, the carries on finalising the install only to reboot itself????

After the reboot it gives me the windows recovery screen. If it tries to boot up it just goes into a reboot loop. I am sooo confused....

The thing is I would say I know my way around PC software and Hardware very well. I have tried different BIOS settings, Optimising defaults, Load-Fail Safe Defaults, Creating New Partitions etc...Please can anyone help??

My Spec is as follows:-

Intel E4400 Socket 775 2x2.00GHz 800MHz
Inno 3D SL7N73PVM - Onboard nVidia 7100 / Realtek HD Audio
2GB DDR OCZ Memory
500GB WD HDD
Pioneer Dual Layer DVD-RW

Your help is much appreciated, I just want to taste this new OS

Regards

Phil

A:Windows 7 Reboot Loop?

Have you tried another fresh format and install?

And make sure you unplug any hardware you don't need connected during install... computers sometimes don't like being poked that much and reboot on attempting to load.

If such hardware is connected, disconnect and try turning it on then, see if that solves it, if not, i would suggest trying another install.

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You may be thinking this should probably not be in the Hardware Forums, but I'm convinced of the possibility of a hardware problem. Please hear me out.

So yesterday, I tried to install my new video card. ATI Radeon 9800. I uninstalled all my old drivers before installation. It's a card that requires a direct connection to the power supply of my CPU. OK, no problem there. Hook it up, doesn't work. I get all sorts of garbeled symbols and horizontal/vertical fuzzy lines (draw problem?) in the Bios screen as well as in Windows.

OK, now I have an old VGA monitor that I have plugged into the DVI converter so it can connect to the video card. Obviously, that didn't work, so it was suggested that perhaps my CPU was configured to default to VGA and wouldn't read the DVI adaptor (or some kind of mix up of that sorts).

So I'd been trying to mess with the display settings in such a way that I could default to the right connection (DVI-VGA) so that my Vid card would work. Well, all of a sudden, my computer restarts, and now is stuck in a rebooting loop. I get through the Windows loading splash, but then a blue page pops up (too fast to read) and the system restarts itself. And this goes on again and again. I can't get into safemode. Even switching cards doesn't work. I put my old card in trying to get it to work, so that I can accually read what is being said on my screen without all the garbled sometimes flashing symbols.

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A:Windows Reboot Loop

What sort of video card/adapter did you have previously? Was it onboard or another card?
 

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Since (automatically) downloading a windows 10 update and restarting twice, my laptop has refused to boot up. It won't boot normally, and using the novo button either gives me boot/BIOS/setup options, or sends me to windows repair, though I have to spend anywhere bewteen 10-60 minutes looking at the lenovo logo before this actually happens. I've tried a number of different bios and boot changes to no avail (though I will admit that I've been following advice fromforums etc, and not all of them match up to what I'm seeing on my own screen). Attempting any of the Windows repair options just restarts the computer and ends up back at windows repair. Going back to the previous version fails, as does attempting to repair problems. Changing restart options dosn't actually let me (dis)able anything from that screen, and instead says that it will let me upon restarting (it doesn't). I've also drained my battery (until even the LED battery doesn't flash when attempting to turn on), unplugged my laptop, and held the power button for 10, 20, and 30 seconds. I don't have any restore points saved and I really don't want to do a clean install or a system reset, as I have a couple of weeks worth of work that I would really like to save (I try and backup once a month, more fool me I suppose). I don't really care about fixing this laptop as it's done this after only a little over a year (the fastest I've ever had a laptop fail!). What I really want is to get ... Read more

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As the title says - the Latitude 7350 I have will not upgrade to Windows 10. After downloading and installing the Windows 10 upgrade, it boots to the Dell Logo and stays stuck there.
I have tried to disable secure boot and enable legacy ROMs, but this has not solved the problem.

Any help would be appreciated.

A:Latitude 7350 will not upgrade to Windows 10 - stuck on Dell Logo after reboot

Addendum - the only way I have been able to get out of the situation has been by doing a factory refresh. Windows 8 successfully rolled back only once out of my 5 attempts to install Win10.

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i was having a pc problem of pc hanging so I took apart the pc cleaned it real good it was very dirty all the fans,connectors,all that well husband did any way i decided to go ahead and just reformat my c drive since i moved my apps to another drive so not to lose them and reinstalled Win2k but after i did the windows updates i had the continuous reboot problem only after i installed updates. i already checked and made sure everything is in its place good nothing loose and its clean
 

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Specs
>Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
>MSI p67 g43
>G Skill 4 gb DDR3 (single stick)
>Corsair 650w
>ATI Radeon 5750
>Seagate 500gb 7200 rpm

so my pc never starts and is stuck in a reboot loop. Ive done literally everything basic in trying to fix what might cause the reboot loop. however one time i left my pc in my car in cold weather. when i took it inside it started for about 20 min and acted wierd then i got the following BSOD error

0x0000007E (0xFFFFFFFF80000003, 0xFFFFF88004BE1818, 0xFFFFF88005BE34A8, 0xFFFFF88005BE2000)

anyway anyhelp would be greatly appreciated guys!
 

A:Reboot loop/ BSOD on my Windows 7 PC

Is this a laptop?
 

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So,
Yesterday I was installing XP on one of partitions I made for it,because I had problems recording stereo tracks for studio on Windows 7( in my previous encounters like that,it worked on XP ).After installation of XP it would restart and just give Unable to load operating system and I couldn't boot in Win7 because as most of you probably know,XP overwrites boot section of Win7( but that's an easy fix with EasyBCD ).Now I tried fixing the problem with Win7 installation DVD and startup repair but no use,then I tried MBR tutorial and it got me to splash screen,but that's where my infinite loop started.Then I tried doing backup with command prompt as in one of tutorials here: Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery but no results unfortunately.Does anyone know what to do from here? Or am I going to be forced to do clean install? I temporarily installed Windows 8 Release Preview on XP partition just so I can do stuff until Win7 is fixed.

Thanks alot!

A:Windows 7 Infinite Reboot Loop

Hello vChaser and welcome to Seven Forums.

Sometimes things get so badly messed up that a clean install is the best way to go. But you might be able to avoid that if you can roll back your computer to a date/time prior to these problems with a system restore point.

System Restore

Another possibility is a repair install. It may be able to fix your currently installed Windows 7 and preserve your user accounts, data, programs, system drivers, etc.

Repair Install

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Hello all,

thank you in advance for any help.

I was twiddling with my windows XP this past weekend (my IE crapped out a month or so ago, and so I was trying to reinstall IE). IN the process, I tried uninstalling my XP Service Pack 1 (seems something in it could conflict with IE6). Upon trying to reinstall IE after undoing my XP SP1, and still failing to install IE properly, I figured I would put the SP1 back in, by restoring my system to a setting from a few days earlier (windows XP has a help section that allows restore to previous date). Now my XP is in this continous reboot loop. It shows the XP banner, and then the screen goes black. Usually my desktop would pop up, but now, it just simply reboots... again and again. I have tried a suggestion I found about [windows] [break], but it simply apepars to put my computer on pause, rather than show any sort of screen. I know the problem deals with XP having an auto reboot function in there that forces a reboot whenever it detects an error (which in this case, I presume was created as it was trying to restore to an earlier date).

I have tried the F8, and tried to have the computer boot in safe mode, last known good boot, prompt, etc.. and everything simply leads to a reboot. I never get an option or chance to type or change anything.

Please help.

thank you
 

A:Please help - windows XP continuous loop reboot

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Alright, here we go. I rarely post in forums asking for help as I find searching the internet will find my question and in turn the answer. I searched and searched and searched and every time I found my question, there was no answer. Every thread ended with no problem solved.

Heres the problem.

I have an HP Pavilion I bought from a friend. This computer was working fine for the last 4 months. I am using the original 320gb HDD connected with SATA, a DVDRW also connected with SATA. I have added 2GB's of DDR2 ram bringing my total ram to 4GBs. I have added a GEForce 210 1gb ddr2 PCIE 2.0. Finally I upgraded the intel e4600 to an intel e6400. Originally before adding these items I reformatted the HDD and installed windows XP with no problems. Each item I added another component everything booted up and recognized just fine.

The problem started with me noticing my HDD was starting to load slower and slower, with 280Gbs still free. Windows xp began loading slower and I noticed games and programs loading slower. The last straw was when Windows xp loaded and froze at my desktop screen. I then turned off the computer and tried trading the SATA cables for my HDD and my DVDRW. Upon turning on my computer I got an error, windows was missing its system file/folder and needed to be repaired. I switched the cables back to no avail.

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A:Windows XP Pro installation reboot loop (help)

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I just finished building my computer. Clean SSD and HDD.

I boot on USB with Win 8 in it.

I go through with it, installing on partitioned first and after failing that on unallocated space.

Both ways result in the installer preparing files, going through everything fine. Then at the end of that window my computer restarts and starts the whole set up all over again.

I can install Win8 in my SSD, right?

A:Windows 8 installation reboot loop

I figured it out..

I had to pull out the bootable USB out when it restarted because it would boot from the USB with Win8 again and again.

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I wanted to dust off my old Windows XP desktop computer, so I brought it out and tried to turn it on. When I turned it on though, I got to the black screen where I can change startup settings and stuff, and got to the screen that shows the Windows XP logo and the loading bar underneath it. After that, however, the screen goes black for about 10 seconds or so, and then the computer completely restarts, and no matter how many times I try to start it again, it'll keep restarting the computer.

After a while, I figured out that going into safe mode will let me get past the loading screen, and will let me start. However, I don't really know what to do from there. I already tried doing a system restore, but it didn't do anything. Can anyone help me out?

I unfortunately can't find my original Windows XP Installation CD, so using that to completely reset my computer is kind of out of the question. My cousin said that he has a Windows 7 Installation CD, so I considered using that, but I don't know how that would work and if it would work at all on a Windows XP computer.
 

A:Reboot Loop in Windows XP Computer

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Dell Studio Xps 8000 Core i7

Windows 8 installed 3 weeks ago, This was the only no issue install I had.

Unit was sleeping and when it awoke frowny face stating a problem occurred
and attempting to repair, Error 0xc000021a

It will restart and repeat endlessly

A:Endless Windows 8 Reboot Loop

Are you able to access the system at any time? Or do you always fail to start Windows?

If you can get into Windows, Please follow the http://www.techsupportforum.com/foru...ta-452654.html to provide the crash reports.

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My friend's computer, running Windows XP SP2, reboots every time right after the boot splash screen. The computer even reboots when we try booting to safe mode. I can boot into an Ubuntu as well as a SystemRescueCD live CD with no problems.

This same exact problem was occurring a couple weeks ago, so I reinstalled Windows from scratch, and like I said, it's back.

Does this sound like a hardware problem (e.g. bad harddrive; bad memory)? Boot sector or BIOS virus? Windows virus? The computer booted fine several times after the reinstall.
 

A:Windows XP stuck in reboot loop

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I'm hoping someone with can shade some light on this...please!!! I have a computer that is stuck in an infinite reboot loop; it runs the POST and the splash screen appears but after that it reboots...over and over again. I don't know if I have a virus or some other problem. It happened right after installing a program in Safe mode. I've tryed booting up in several modes and nothing seems to work. I've read that the power source seems to be the problem in some cases but my power source if practically new. I don't know how to proceed. Perhaps reload the OS? I'm hesitant to do this though. I've also read the the video card could be the problem in some cases? But, everything ran fine prior to installing a program in safe mode. I have an ASUS P4S8X motherboard, Windows XP Professional, Award BIOS and an ATI Radeon 7500 64 Mg video card. Thanks to all who can help! Greatly appreciated.
 

A:Infinite reboot loop Windows XP

What program was installed while in safe mode?
 

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Hello,

I am wondering if anyone has had a similar experience. I am doing a Windows 7 migration which is going smoothly for the most part however there are some snags from time to time which i am trying to eliminate. Most of the systems in the enviroment are HP anything from HP 7800 Elite to 8200. The odd system seems to go into a reboot look and it seems like it was ones that had either dual monitors with display port connections, now it can even be DVI with a display dongle at the end. It generally stops after unplugging one of the monitors however I am wondering if anyone knows what the root issue could be just to try and avoid this from happening and delaying the process?

Thanks,
-David

A:windows 7 imaging reboot loop

Sounds like the Video drivers need to be installed.

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Hi there,
Can someone please help? I installed windows xp sp3 last night. It all installed fine but on restart i am stuck in a reboot loop!
I can't access safe mode or system restore or any of the other options.
I tried to use recovery console to help solve the problem but to no avail.
This is driving me crazy and really need to get this problem solved.
If i reboot in safe mode it starts to boot but then hangs and falls over at windows\sys32\Zonelabs\srescan.sys.
I assume this is a problem with Zone Alarm but had no issues till sp3 was installed
Any help would be most appreciated

A:Windows XP sp3 has stuck me in a reboot loop!!!!

hmmmmm thats a strange senerio you got going on there. can you at least uninstall zonealarm. if not you might have to do a clean install. never heard this problem before.maybe someone else on the panel might be able to help you. good luk with this. i will check back to see if you got it figured out.

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