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Windows 7 startup and crashing woes

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I am once again having major problems with my laptop that I cannot understand. I was surfing the web using google chrome when it suddenly froze on me and I had to perform a forced shut down. Upon attempting to boot it back up, I was prompted to try the startup repair utility but when I attempted to use it, it got stuck in a loop, simply counting down, turning black and then returning to the same screen. After attempting again I decided to just try to boot as normally only now the startup took an absurd amount of time and when I attempted to do anything once I was logged it, it would freeze again. Currently I am Safe Mode with networking and looking at the summary of administrative events, there have been over two thousand errors in the past 24 hours. Yikes! Unfortunately I cannot even begin to know how to diagnose this and at this point my only idea is to perform a clean install but if anyone can offer some advice on this I would certainly appreciate it.
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