In recent times, although many computer users choose the latest operating system Windows 10, Windows 7 users still take a great proportion. In Windows 7, system failure, for example, Windows 7 stuck at welcome screen is also very common.
Windows 7 stuck on starting Windows screen for a long time, usually, from minutes to hours, which makes you very distraught. Then, your computer can’t run correctly. In this case, perhaps you choose to shut down and restart your Windows 7. However, you still find it stuck at loading screen.
How to fix this issue to ensure the computer can work well? When looking for the solutions online, you will find many suggestions. Then, here, we will put forward some possible solutions to you.
Just have a try to restart your computer in safe mode. Note that don’t do anything in Safe Mode. Sometimes, updates or other things get hung up. Then, if a forced restart can’t work, you can choose to restart the PC in Safe Mode. But, perhaps Windows 7 safe mode stuck issue happens. In this case, try the next way.
Insert Windows 7 installation CD, boot your Windows 7 from the disc, bring up Command Prompt, and type “bootrec.exe /fix“. Or when the screen pops up to the installing window, click “repair computer” button.
Windows can freeze, stop or reboot during the startup process. In this case, if you have created a system restore point, Windows 7 can be restored to the previous point. When Windows 7 stuck at loading screen, you still need to use the installation CD to enter System Recovery Options, and then click “System Restore”.
A BIOS misconfiguration may be the reason that Windows 7 is freezing when starting. So, to clear the BIOS memory on the motherboard can return the BIOS settings to the factory default. Make sure the changes in BIOS are finished one at a time because if the issue happens again you know which change lead to the issue.
Still, you need to bring up Command Prompt, and type “chkdsk /f” to scan and fix the detected hard drive errors. Or type “chkdsk /r” to repair bad sectors. After trying this way, if Windows 7 still can’t boot, perhaps this hard drive is damaged. Under this circumstance, please use MiniTool Partition Wizard Professional Edition to create a bootable disc and then copy all data on the disk to another disk for data protection.
Just enter the main interface, click Copy Disk feature in the action panel, and then perform the operations depending on the following instructions.
In addition, there are other five useful solutions, including check system RAM, remove video card driver, scan your computer for viruses in Safe Mode, uninstall antivirus software and reinstall Windows 7. For more information about the solution to Windows 7 hangs at start logo, refer to this post – How to Fix: Windows 7 Stuck at Loading Screen.