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Problem Event Name: Startup Repair Offline after booting off with ext


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My computer is a Dell Inspiron 570 Desktop The harddrive is a Samsung 1TB 8GB RAM

Problem Event Name: Startup Repair Offline Cannot be fixed automatically.
Problem Signature 01 0.0.0.0
Problem Signature 02 0.0.0.0
Problem Signature 03 unknown
Problem Signature 04 0
Problem Signature 05 unknown
Problem Signature 06 1
Problem Signature 07 unknown
OS Version 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
Locale ID 1033

The problem started after I connected a 1TB external HD to my PC so I could copy my harddrive to it. I booted off without disconnecting it. I haven't been able to connect to windows 7 since then. The message I get when trying to repair is above.
I now know that you should not boot off with an external harddrive (USB) of 500GB or above connected, but how do I fix this problem. I have searched the internet and cannot find an answer to this exact problem. I see similar problems with the same Problem Event Name: The Problem Signatures are all different than mine.

I am at my witts end. Don't want to be dramatic, but I really need help. I can't read another post that I don't understand and try to decipher if it is similar enough to my problem to try the fix. I did that for a full 24hours to get it fixed after the next thing I tell you.

Reason I was doing that was because I had a error message 2000-0146. I had finally got that fixed after working really hard for a full day with a repair disc. I was going to back up my hard drive so I could get a new hard drive and just put it on my new hard drive.
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