How to Resolve the Issue of Slow Restart Loop in Windows® 7
Get to know more about ways to fix slow restart loop in Windows 7
Windows 7 OS has some restart loop issues wherein, when restarted the OS seems to get struck at times. Windows 7 utilizes a new GUI based setup called WinPE, which generally allows mouse input from the beginning, rather than requiring a text only phase as in previous versions. Even though the Windows 7 setup is reliable and stable, there are a couple of hardware issues that have been known to cause trouble in the OS. This often leads to restart loop issues in Windows 7 OS:
Following are the causes, symptoms and tips to fix the problem of Windows 7 setup restart loop:
- Tips to fix
The installation of the set up may cause some problem or error which hangs and stops the setup in between the operations. The presence of incompatible software with the setup installation can be the problem. Virus infection in the system can be listed as another cause. There are cases in which the Windows 7 loader creates the problem of restart loop.
The inability to turn off the computer without automatic restarting and the only way to turn it off is to disconnect it from electricity. This may happen about 9 out of every 10 times when the user try to turn off process and wait for the screen to go blank. One out of 10 times it shuts down normally and later restarts normally. The error messages will get displayed stating the system is now under restart loop.
First of all, Boot from a Windows CD or BartPE and press “R” to start repair option and open up a Recovery. Select the Windows installation to use. If prompted for administrator password, enter the password and hit Enter. Make a backup of existing GDI32.dll in system folder with following command RENC:WindowsSystem32GDI32.dll C:WindowsSystem32GDI32.dll.origReplace “C” of the drive letter of the Windows installation drive if necessary. Then copy backup GDI32.dll from c:windowsservicepackfilesi386gdi32.dll to the system folder with the following commands: copy C:WindowsServicePackFilesi386GDI32.dll C:WindowsSystem32GDI32.dllReplace “C” with the own system drive letter if applicable. To conclude, restart computer.
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