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    Windows 7 stuck at loading screen after choosing a system repair

    I am a windows 7 user. When i started my computer this morning, it asked me for the repair. I want an error free computer so allowed it to do what it wants. It took few minutes but failed to open windows. Instead,it shows loading screen.I am able to log on in safe Mode. Can you provide some help?



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    Support Array
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    Re: Windows 7 stuck at loading screen after choosing a system repair

    Since you are able to boot into safe Mode,you can fix your issue by following the below given steps:
    1. Navigate to "C:\Windows\Winsxs". Now right click on "Winsxs" folder and select "properties".
    2. Now click on "Security" tab.Then go to "Advance" option and click on "Owner" tab. You will find this tab in "Advance Security Settings".
    3. Click on "Edit" button and select your preferred user/group and click on Apply and Ok. Don't forget to check the option which shows "Replace owner on subcontainers and objects". If windows security prompt is displayed, click "ok".
    4. You will notice that the owner name has been changed .Finally click on "Ok" to exit from Properties window.
    5. The next step is to grant permission to that file/folder/object.
    6. Now try to find "Pending.xml" and "reboot.xml" files and delete them.
    7. Once done,restart your computer in normal mode.You would be able to boot to the desktop without any issue.
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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Windows 7 stuck at loading screen after choosing a system repair

    If you have exhausted all possible options to start windows in normal mode then you should think about a Complete Repair of Windows.
    It seems some of the drivers are unable to load in Windows as they may have corruption or damage.
    You need to repair them or reinstall them to work seamlessly.
    Insert the Windows Installer DVD in the optical drive and boot from it.
    Select Repair.. from the options,
    Follow the instructions, windows will automatically install fresh drivers , repair corrupt files and directories etc.
    and it will prompt you to remove the disk once repair is done.

    Boot normally.

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