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Windows “Scanning” & “Repairing”

EhLookABeaver
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While booting down my computer I bumped my wires and the system turned off before the shut down could finish. This lead to the system having to reboot and start “scanning” and “repairing”. It’s been about two to three hours and it’s been stuck at 69%.

 

Any ideas or suggestions to help this?

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I suggest that if you have a windows installation CD or bootable USB that you boot off of that and use it to repair your system, it may get further with that than waiting without!

 

 

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Thanks, I’m creating a boot drive right now to use. When you say use it to repair my system. What steps should I take when I got it booted from the USB drive? Find the C drive (one that windows is trying to repair) and manually try to repair it?

 

Sorry if this is a dumb question, never done this before.

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-edit-

nevermind, you posted 8 hours ago, so it's probably too late to say "leave it alone and let him finish his job". :)

 

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Haha lesson learned. Just leave it... most painful 8 hours of my life. On the bright side my PC has never been cleaner.

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