Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Ok so a sudden power failure messed up my Win7 boot configuration, preventing me to log in. I select the 'Start-up Repair' option, but before it get to the repairing the harddisk seemed to stuck in a endless loop doing something. My mind said it could be a disk error, recoverable or otherwise. So i couldn't repair the startup.
But then, as usual, my Linux Ubuntu OS came to the rescue. I switched in to Ubuntu and it said there's a startup problem but not to worry she's fixing it -- like a master. It took a minute an said it fixed it and booted into itself. Now i restarted machine to check Win7, and this time it went directly to the repairing and fixed the boot (took about 10-15 mins to repair) and logged in successfully.
So Linux saved the day, again!
Monday, June 4, 2012
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