Jun 112012

Scen 1: My computer won’t load windows and keeps restarting.
I am running XP and do not have a Windows CD. My computer keeps restarting, will not load Windows. There is error message poped up, “Problem has been detected and windows has been shutdown to prevent damage to your computer”. How can I fix my Windows? Anyone please help!

Scen 2: How to get out of Safe mode boot in Windows XP?
Just overnight my pc will not boot up properly. When I go to boot up it gets stuck on the Windows XP page with the loading blue bar and just stays there indefinitely. I have booted in safe mode but still it will not boot up in normal way. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Solution to Repair your Corrupted Windows OS:
In some cases one of the essential system files that Windows need to boot up can get corrupted. Error messages like missing xxx.DLL files, NTLDR is missing, BOOTMGR is missing or other indications that there is a problem. Here are some helpful information to help you out restoring the lost or corrupted system files with System File Checker (SFC).

System File Checker is a built-in utility Windows operating system that allows computer users to look for lost system files and restore corrupted system files in Windows. It is available on Windows 98/2000/XP/server 2003/7/8. As one part of Windows NT OS families, Vista scans lost/corrupted system files via Windows Resource Protection. It will scan all protected system files and replace incorrect or damaged versions with copies from a backup cache or from an installation disk or folder.

Malware infections are one source of this type of problem so make sure your system is clean before trying repairs. Also, System Restore is easier to use and should be tried first if possible.
windows recovery toolHow to Run System File Checker on Windows XP Computer
1.    Open a command prompt on “Start”.
2.    Type “SFC/scannow” and enter to start scanning.

All system files on your Windows OS will be scanned and restored as well if needed. In this process, it may take you about 15 minutes or so, depending on which version of your Windows OS.

Be careful, it is possible that SFC will first ask for your Windows disk before you can run it.

How to Run System File Checker on Windows Vista/7 Computer
SFC works better in the latest Windows version. Here is how it works:
1.  Open a command prompt with administrator privileges.
2.  Type and enter “sfc /scannow” .

All system files on your Windows OS will be scanned and restored as well if needed. In this process, it may take you about 15 minutes or so, depending on which version of your Windows OS.

In this case, System File Checker can be launched offline using  the Windows Recovery Environment . BTW, you need a Windows disk to do so.

What you need to do after restoring your WIndows
In order to ensure that you have the latest Windows versions, You’d better to check out whether it is a Windows Update available for your current Windows OS after you had restored the lost or corrupted system files.

What’s more, for my own experience, preventing from corrupted Windows OS is regular backups for your whole operating system. However, when helping other people (who didn’t back up) System File Checker does a good job and every Windows user can get it for free.

Windows Recovery Software
Windows got corrupted or damanged that you can get into your Windows account or even can’t boot up your computer? If the above ways didn’t work, here is your last shot! There are some Windows recovery software that can help you fix all Windows boot up issues like booting failure, blue/black screen, freezing, crash and more.

Tenorshare Fix Genius allows you to boot up any computer with a bootable CD/DVD/USB, as well as fix computer booting issues, backup & restore Windows system, repair crashed, corrupted Windows, recover lost data, find forgotten Windows password and do much more under Microsoft WinPE environment. You can get it from http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/fix-genius.htm

 Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>