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Hi,

I installed Windows 7 on my Macbook Pro by bootcamp lately, so I can run some programs and games. It worked fine for me for about 1 week then stopped working. It appears as it is starting at first, afterwards it says that it is installing a "service pack" then restarts.. and it will do the same thing when I try to log in Windows again.

I restarted it about 3 times and it won't let me log in Windows, does any one have a clue why and how can I fix it? I would appreciate any help.

Excuse me if there are mistakes, English isn't my native language.
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When Windows starts to boot hit the F8 key and this should bring up a console with a few options, try the "Boot last known good configuration" or whatever it is called to see if it will boot all the way through. If it boots up properly, then reboot and see if it works.

If that doesn't boot all the way through, then try the Safe Mode version and see if that goes through and then reboot to see what happens..

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Thanks, it booted properly and worked.
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Excellent, if you managed to boot all the way through, create a new system restore point and then do whatever updates you were doing before and hopefully it goes through this time..

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