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Old 04-17-2011, 10:04 AM   #1
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hiii.......sir, im unable to start my windows normally , but starting in safe mode . would u suggest me some way......... plz reply soon..........

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Hi and welcome to TSF you could try system restore in safe mode

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i've restore it......... den
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Sorry I don't understand your reply please clarify is your probelm sorted or are you still having the same issue ? what is the situation
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i've restore it but still unable to start windows normally
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Hello hemant23, welcome to TSF!

Do what joeten has suggested and do the start-up repair. If that doesn't work, could you give us a bit more detail of what is occurring when you start your system? For example, do you get a BSOD ( Blue Screen of Death )? Does it automatically shut down upon a normal boot?
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sir ...it is just hanging on .........no shut down nd no blue screen
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Hi at which point does it hang
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after showing starting windows......
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Does it hang/wait at the Windows 7 icon screen like an infinite loop?
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Sounds like the Windows "infinite loop" problem. Have you recently installed new hardware ( like a new video card, or perhaps just a new USB device is plugged in )? If so, try removing that device and boot back up.
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sir what is boot back up???
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Restart your computer
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and after den.........???? after restarting after it is giving options either for safe mode or normal but after choosing normal same problem arises..which was my problem
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Hi have you run the repair yet
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