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startup repair everytime I start my pc

by dipak nirwan / August 6, 2010 5:13 PM PDT

When I start my PC with windows 7 it advices me to repair startup, if I ignore then there is no problem windows start nicely but if by chance I miss to change the option then it takes unnecessarily around half hour to perform all its cycle and then restarts the system, can this be disabled?

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by Bob__B / August 6, 2010 9:04 PM PDT
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How about this...
by dstutzman54 / August 7, 2010 6:28 AM PDT

Is this a new pc? If so is it still covered by a warranty? I would check to see if the hard drive is at fault. Check the maker's site and download their S.M.A.R.T. program. This should reveal any problems with the drive. Are you certain you don't have any viruses or other bugs? You didn't say what if any the problems were at the time it restarted. What was repaired? How about backing up the important files and run the recovery partition and do a complete pc restore?

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