You managed to access command prompt through Windows recovery manager and launch check disks but it stuck at 12%. That keeps your important data safe too. Hence, it you see Windows 7 stuck on welcome. It's possible that Startup Repair didn't fix whatever problem you were having. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Hey, this is my first post here because I haven't had a problem like this with Windows 7 before. So, try to run either of the following commands in Run command box: outlook.
In a nutshell, Windows 7 is overall great and lets the users enjoy every single feature without getting sluggish. If you are low on budget, I will recommend to get multiple , which have very low error ratio. At best, I get the welcome message but then I'm stuck on the blue welcoming screen, and I can't seem to access my desktop. Have you tried a Windows 10 installation media? Check this issue in clean boot state. When I click windows startup repair it loads then just goes to a black screen and does nothing. People face such issue due to many reasons.
If you are using a tablet or laptop, removing the battery and then put it back, press power button to reboot. Open the command prompt and type in the following command one by one and execute them simultaneously in the same order by pressing Enter. This option lets you get the exact and complete error message accompanying startup issues by disabling the Automatic Restart option of Windows. Be patient as the Long Test can take over an hour. Well, this is the most annoying thing that many users of Windows 7 complained about. The only part that gives me any glimmer of hope is the F8 option. After that the game froze, and the computer rebooted.
Hi everyone, Every time I start my computer the Startup Repai r tool launches, does its business and then informs me that the tool cannot automatically fix the problem. Hope this information is helpful. Using to access the Startup menu is my only option. Unfortunately, after the copy, the problem is the same, so I guess the backup files are the corrupted ones? If issue still persists try method 2. I work for Prevx and know that over the last two weeks one of our techies had seen quite a few of these black screen issues that sounds exactly the same as you describe.
As per the description, I understand that you are not able to boot the computer to the desktop, and it is stuck in system repair loop and every time it ends with the message that system repair could not fix the problem. You need to press F8 before the Windows logo appears. Let's see if it was just a snafu with the update, or perhaps there is something seriously wrong with the hard drive. Part 3: Fix Microsoft Update Hangs in Windows 7 with Windows Boot Genius If your Windows 7 computer still freezing on update after trying the methods above, Windows Boot Genius will be your best choice. Step 2: Perform Clean Boot. It just keeps on this startup repair loop.
The only thing i can get into is f2 setup and f12 boot options luchelibre- do you know where i would go to get those disks, do i just call dell or is there a place on their website where i can get them. Clearly we cannot mark it as answered, because it was not. I'll let you know if it works from there. Using Last Known Good Configuration. After that you have to think about the amount of time and effort you are going to invest in the issue.
I have tried all the F function options see my original post. To change the default name or location of this backup file, in the Enter name of backup file box, enter a new name, or click Browse to select the file you want to use. See my original post below. Basically all devices that fail to initialise because they are faulty or the driver is no good will happen at that screen. Best of luck Hi sahirzainal If you can't get it up in safe mode, and before you send it away for repair, try a live Linux distro.
Hello Sharon, Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community Forum. What are your system specs, do you have an add-on video card? The testing successful without any error. Let us have a look on the solutions that might help you if your Windows 7 computer stuck on welcome screen. To rerun a scan with the latest anti-malware definitions, download and run the Microsoft Safety Scanner again. Try running the recovery from the dell media Another handy thing is to reduce everything to the bare minimum Pull out everything that plugs in.
Regards, Mann Manohar Dear Mann, Thank you for your reply, but six days is too long to wait for an answer; it's an eternity for a problem of this magnitude. Perform A System Restore As you cannot get into Windows normally, you still need to run Safe Mode. Follow these if you are not familiar with burning an. If you succeed then open msconfig. Next you can also try restarting Windows Update Service, running system checks, and performing startup repair. Registry entries are very critical and serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly, I would not recommend you to modify the registry entries in the present situation.
If at the end of the day, you confirm it is the motherboard then a careful clean with a brush and inspection may clear it. It does not have an optical drive so that can't be the cause. The only noticeable change was that the Num Lock switched on, but I doubt that has to do with F8. If SeaTools cannot repair the damage, it will show an error code. I don't know what to do about ending this post. Feel free to write us back for any further assistance.