startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by BerLeigh, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. BerLeigh

    BerLeigh Guest

    Yesterday morning I was using my laptop (HP G60-445DX Notebook PC) and
    it was working just fine. I shut it down normally, and that evening I
    went to turn it on and startup repair ran and gave me this message:


    Startup Repair cannot repair this computer automatically

    details:

    Problem Event Name: StartupRepairV2
    Problem Signature 01: AutoFailover
    Problem Signature 02: 6.0.6001.18000.6.0.6001.18000
    Problem Signature 03: 6
    Problem Signature 04: 1245203
    Problem Signature 05: CorruptFile
    Problem Signature 06: CorruptFile
    Problem Signature 07: 3221225624
    Problem Signature 08: 2
    Problem Signature 09: SystemRestore
    Problem Signature 10: 0
    OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.1
    Locale ID: 1033

    I've tried restoring to previous dates, etc, and i don't know what to
    do!
    Also, I don't exactly know what all of the details mean... I'd love to
    be able to fix this issue myself instead of taking my computer somewhere
    :( PLEASE HELP!
     
    BerLeigh, Nov 8, 2009
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  2. BerLeigh

    philo Guest


    Do you normally hibernate the machine?

    If so either reboot

    or else shut down completely and restart
     
    philo, Nov 8, 2009
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  3. BerLeigh

    +Bob+ Guest

    I've solved this before by loading the manufacturers repair.restore
    disk and running the repair routine on that. I've also solved it by
    rebooting and trying every possibility in the book (e.g. safe mode,
    repair, normal boot, etc) until after about 10 tries is magically
    fixed itself on a regular boot (go figure).
     
    +Bob+, Nov 9, 2009
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  4. BerLeigh

    mikeinAA Guest

    I have exactly the same problem signature description as posted by
    BerLeigh. This is happening on my HP G60 laptop. I tried booting a few
    times with no luck. I also don't have the original media. Can someone
    give me a quick tutorial on booting in safe and/or repair mode?

    Now, I've also been planning on upgrading to Windows 7. So, I'm
    thinking that this may be the time. Can I perform an OS upgrade with the
    computer in this defunct state? And, will I still have the data on my
    PC?

    Thanks in advance for any help!
     
    mikeinAA, Dec 20, 2009
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