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    Windows 7 is just showing me two options to me “Launch startup repair” and “Boot normally” on booting

    When I tried to boot my Windows 7 OS it just shows only two options to me “Launch startup repair”, “Boot normally”. So when selected with the normal boot it just goes black and it doesn’t respond at all. After restarting again I got the blue screen error and system restarted. What might be the problem? Is there anyway to fix it?



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    old monk Array
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    Re: Windows 7 is just showing me two options to me “Launch startup repair” and “Boot normally” on booting

    Hello friend ,

    This problem arises when your window is gone crashed or you have some error in your disk .

    To solve this issue you have launch the startup repair and it will automatically fix your errors.

    If the error is too big than you have to re install your window .

    To re install faster you can boot it through pen drive by making pendrive boot able through this process :

    - DISKPART
    - LIST DISK
    - SELECT DISK
    - CLEAN
    - CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
    - SELECT PARTITION 1
    - ACTIVE
    - FORMAT FS=FAT32
    - ASSIGN
    - EXIT
    Now your disk is a boot-able disk copy the windows files and you can successful boot it to your computer .

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    merupu Array
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    Re: Windows 7 is just showing me two options to me “Launch startup repair” and “Boot normally” on booting

    Hello friend ,


    This problem arises when your window is gone crashed or you have some error in your disk .


    To solve this issue you have launch the startup repair and it will automatically fix your errors.


    If the error is too big than you have to re install your window .


    To re install faster you can boot it through pen drive by making pendrive boot able through this process :


    - DISKPART
    - LIST DISK
    - SELECT DISK
    - CLEAN
    - CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
    - SELECT PARTITION 1
    - ACTIVE
    - FORMAT FS=FAT32
    - ASSIGN
    - EXIT
    Now your disk is a boot-able disk copy the windows files and you can successful boot it to your computer .

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