A missing file or operating system component can cause your computer to get stuck in an infinite loop, going through the motions of loading up windows but never quite getting there. The computer might appear to be starting Windows as usual, but at some point (usually right around the time the Windows logo pops up), the computer will simply reset itself and start back at the beginning. Most often, the problem is a corrupt or damaged Windows installation. The simplest fix for infinite loop problems is a full reinstall of your Windows OS. The process is usually finished in 24 hours, and we can save all of your data files (documents, music, videos, pictures, but not your applications or programs).
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