|I've searched for around two hours on the net looking for a way to solve this and I haven't found anything, so hopefully if I post my own situation, I'll get some help. |
My laptop had no power left, so I plugged in the charger before turning it on. While it was starting up, more specifically on the loading screen (you know, the green/yellow bar with "Microsoft Cooporation" or something like that underneath), I accidently pulled the charger out and it turned off. Put it back in, turned it on again and I got a message (I'm sorry I don't remember the actual message, I didn't pay much attention at the time) It gave me two options, I could either start windows normally, or system repair. I chose system repair because I thought I may have damaged the laptop somehow. So then it asked me to do a system restore and I did it, it rebooted, loaded all the way to the desktop, and just as I was about to go about my business, a blue screen with white writing flashed up for a split second (I couldn't read it at all) and it rebooted again.
This time, it gave me a new black screen giving me three Safe Mode options (Safe Mode, SM with Networking, SM with Command Menu) and then to start windows normally. I started windows normally and it happened all over again.
Now I'm in Safe Mode with Networking. Everything works perfectly fine in Safe Mode.
I have no CDs or anything that came with the laptop, as this was given to me by someone around a year ago.
I've tried accessing Safe Mode through the F8 option as well, just to see if anything would be different, but that didn't work either.
Does anyone know how I can go about fixing this myself? ANY help if really apreciated! :)