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Vista Startup Repair Fails with signature problem

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An easy way to fix Windows Vista startup problems is to run 'Startup Repair'. When Windows Vista fails at startup, it immediately launches 'Startup Repair', which then analyzes the startup logs and runs a series of diagnostic tests to determine the reason of failure. It looks for a range of startup problems, including corrupt disk metadata, incompatible or damaged device drivers, and lost or damaged startup configuration files. However, if Windows fails to start because of some problems that it cannot fix, 'Startup Repair' reports errors. These errors can give you a brief idea about procedures needed to be followed to Recover Windows Partition data. Following is an example that illustrates a similar type of situation.

Suppose you use a Windows Vista computer that unexpectedly stops working. You try to boot the computer, 'Startup Repair' starts but cannot complete operations. Additionally, it shows the below or similar error report about the failure:

StartupRepair V2
Problem Signature 1: AutoFailover
Problem Signature 2: Signature1
Problem Signature 3: Signature2
Problem Signature 4: Signature3
Problem Signature 5: CorruptFile
Problem Signature 6: CorruptFile
Problem Signature 7: Signature4
Problem Signature 8: Signature5
Problem Signature 9: SystemRestore
Problem Signature 10: 0
OS Version: 6.0.6000.
Locale ID: Locale ID

This error report suggests 'Startup Repair' has been unable to fix Windows corruption.


You can try the below mentioned solutions to solve the described problem:

Try to start the computer in Safe Mode, and select a restore point that was created before the problem started occurring.
If Windows Safe Mode doesn't work, try booting the computer from Windows install disc and then run operations like, 'Startup Repair', 'System Restore', etc.
Try removing your hard drive and attach it as a slave to a working computer. If this works, you can salvage and backup all the data from Windows partitions. Alternatively, you can reinstall Windows and use your last data backup or a Windows Partition Recovery utility to extract lost data. You can Recover Windows Partition data by specialized utilities that can scan and restore all the lost or deleted files and folders.

Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery is a feature-rich utility that recovers and restores lost data by running powerful, yet safe, scanning algorithms. This Windows Partition Recovery software is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, and 2000. The software incorporates advanced recovery features like, disk cloning, disk imaging, RAW file recovery, and more.

Daisy a student of Mass Communication doing research on Partition recovery software. He is also a freelancer for

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