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Windows 7 pro won't boot

Jerrezkids

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I hope someone has the answer or solution. When I turned on my computer there was something like index being incorrect and replacing with file ?? Now I have tried safe mode and it shows a partial list of drivers then stops then reboots. I turned the computer off and added a additional hard drive with windows 10 and I can access the ssd drive which is in a hp compaq 8300. When I run windows repair and check the diagnosis details it says winloader.exe is corrupt. I contacted microsoft to get a ISO file and they said they could not do it because this windows is OEM and I need to contact HP. If anyone has any suggestions to help save alot of Lacerte and Drake programs that are very important for work I would greatly appreciate it.
 
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Try to get to recovery console: press F8 before Windows starts OR from Winows 7 installation media (choose repair from setup)

From command prompt, you can try to repair the corrupt files by using the SFC command.

 
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