|You need to do a start up repair. This can be done using a Windows 7 repair disk if you made one when the system was newer and running correctly (it can be made from another Windows 7 computer as long as they are both 32bit or 64bit, but not if they are different). You can also use a Windows install disk or recovery disk (recovery disk is available for a small fee from the manufacturer) as well as from the recovery console that most factory installed versions of windows 7 include (see your manual or online manual for the special key or combination of keys to tap during boot up to access). DO NOT use the factory restore option unless you have already saved your files (this is your last resort if nothing else works).|
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