Loading errors in an operating system can be frustrating, considering that they can prevent you from logging into your system. These errors can arise from issues such as missing and damaged system files, system misconfiguration and bad drivers. Symptoms such as the blue screen of death may appear with confusing messages. Although this issue is serious, you can have your computer back to normal with a few short steps.
Things You'll Need
- Windows installation disc
Insert your operating system's installation disc. Reboot your computer.
Select the language settings, click "Next" and then "Repair Your Computer."
Select "Startup Repair" on the System Recovery Options menu. Allow the Startup repair utility to repair the issues that are preventing your system from loading. Your system will restart automatically when the process is complete.
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