Solved system won't boot up at startup

June 9, 2013 at 21:45:31
Specs: Windows 7
my acer aspire 5336-2524 has crashed keeps going to startup repair and nothing happens I did all the f8 things still nothing says there is a 2nd option for system recovery shows my name and need a password or shows home group user $ and password I don't know either. Please someone help me. To begin with I was doing a system restore and it took so long I thought it was frozen so I turn my pc off and that's the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth yes I broke it lol help!!!!!!!!!!!

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June 10, 2013 at 04:21:49
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If that is the truth (and not an attempt to bypass a password), you can still do a System Restore from outside Windows (not bootable) with a Windows 7 Repair Disk. You should have made the Repair Disk when the system was new, but if you did not, you can still make one from another Windows 7 machine (Windows Back Up section) as long as they are both 64bit or 32bit and use that. You just need to boot to the Repair Disk (CD or DVD) and select the repair option "System Restore" and it will be able to access all of your Restore Points. Use a different one (older) than you tried before for best results. If needed, you can also do a Start Up Repair from the Repair Disk as well as reload a disk image if you made one from the Windows Back Up and stored it on another drive or media.

You will still need any passwords to actually boot though.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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