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Elockcin

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Hi im new to the forums and pretty new to learning computer technical issues. Here is my problem. I accidentally deleted a file on my desktop containing (obviously now)driver files along with who knows what else... Min later my computer froze and I shut it down only to start it finding my current problem.

At starting the gray bar at the bottom says loading files, then microsoft corporation loading bar starts only to start running Startup repair. Says checking for problems will fix if possible ect. After a few min says it cannot repair this comp automatically and here is the problem details

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: StartuprepairOffline
Problem Signature: 01: 6.1.7600.16385
Problem signature: 02: 6.1.7600.16385
Problem Signature: 03: unknown
Problem Signature: 04: 21200650
Problem Signature: 05: autoFailover
Problem Signature: 06: 22
Problem Signature: 07: CorruptFIle
Os version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
Locale Id: 1033

Now iv read many posts about similar problems yet they mostly have been in 2010.. So im hoping in 2012 there may be a better solution. Iv tried startup repair, system restore- didnt have a place to restore from, System image recovery, memory diagnostic and only thing I havent tried due to lack of knowledge is command prompt.. only thing iv tried to do with prompt is learn how to recover items from my trash or recently deleted items sense I know if that was possible that would fix this problem.. As far as options im hoping someone could possibly help me out and remember im new to computer tech if you call it so try to keep the terms to, well maybe fully spelled out lol. Also one last point I know im probably going to have to reinstall windows 7 I was really hoping there was a way to save the things on my computer an not do a full overhall. Thank you very much!
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:welcome: Elockcin

Please provide information about your computer, this includes is it a notebook or desktop, is it a custom build or brand name such as Dell or HP, if it is provide the model name or series number (not serial) providing these details will enable us to better assist you.

If the computer is a brand name such as Acer, Dell or HP etc there may be a recovery partition on the HDD, if not do you have an installation disk that may have been provided with the computer or have you ever created one yourself as you may be able to do a Repair Install from disk which does not delete your present data such as music, films and such.
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Thank you very much for responding to my problem. I probably skipped over reading the forum details of listing more about my problem, cause I was so urgent to find a solution lol.
I have a Asus Desktop. Idk what the series number is.. on the inside its asrock n68c-s ucc and ddr2 1066, ddr3 1600 duel channel. It was semi custom built but im pretty sure only extra thing was the graphics card on it. I do not have a recovery disk. The only thing I have was windows 7 disk. Im probably capable of getting whatever disk I need. Guess thats why im on this forum is just to possibly be directed to what disk I need or what route I can take and ill do the labor from then. Much appreciation for the help. Sorry my knowledge or information provided is noobish and not very helpful :'
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Thanks for the update :thumbsup:

The only thing I have was windows 7 disk

Please clarify as in do you still have this disk and is it what was and still is installed on the computer concerned.
If the answer is yes to both questions then I suggest using the disk to repair/replace the missing OS file/s, please see the attached link http://www.sevenforu...ir-install.html

You are welcome BTW and any questions please ask :thumbsup:
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Ok so I was mistaken. My cds I have are Asus dvd Suite which has Nero 9 essentials, e-greeen, E-hammer, asus firmware update, quick instal guide.. Also Asrock which has dvd, User manual, drivers, Utilities. I am capable of getting windows 7 discs. So Not sure if either one of those are the equivalent of a windows 7 cd or not ;'
So yes Windows 7 is still installed on my computer.
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The disk should have either Windows 7 or system recovery disk written on it, the nearest you have there is "quick instal guide" so there is a chance that you have a recovery partition on the HDD, try tapping the F9 key when you next turn on the computer, if there is a recovery partition on the HDD post back here before you go any further with it.

If there is no recovery partition try starting in Safe Mode http://windows.micro...er-in-safe-mode again let us know how this goes.
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try to enter with safe mode or through bios and make changes through cmd prompt ........
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Command Prompt does not function in a bios environment.
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