Stuck on "Starting Windows" Screen


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I have been unable to get past the screen for a while now.
All I can do is go to the System Repair and Safe Mode

Things I tried so far is:
-Debug Mode
-Starting Windows from Last Successful Settings
-Windows System Repair (Just keeps going and never ends)
-Disabling all startup programs but the Microsoft ones on MSConfig
-Completely disconnecting the power to laptop
-Going on Command Prompt and doing "sfc /scannow"
-Going on Windows System Repair and use Command Prompt to do "bootsect.exe /nt60 all"



Laptop Specifications:
Model: LG R570-UR6WK Laptop
OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium K
OS Version: 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU, M 460, 2527Mhz, 2 Core, 4 Logical Processor
BIOS: INSYDE QL4L3I31
SMBIOS Version: 2.6
RAM: 2.99GB
Memory: 583GB, 380GB Free
 
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TrainableMan

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Well if you can get to safe mode then you should definitely try running a virus scan. I suggest you run the virus scan as explained at the start of my post HERE (even though you don't BSOD). To do that you will want to use another computer to load RKILL and TDSSKiller onto a USB flash drive so you have them to use on this computer.

Once you are sure it is not a virus I suggest you boot to a W7 Installation DVD and from the installation screen choose the option in the bottom corner for start-up/system repair. If you do not have a W7 Install DVD then, again using another computer, download and burn one for your version using the links HERE.
 
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Do system restore and check if the problem still persists. Here are the steps to do so:

1. Click Start, type "System Restore".
2. Open it from the Search Results.
3. Click Next.
4. Select a restore point.
5. Confirm your action.
 

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Jack if you can't "start windows" then you can't even "click Start"
 
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Enable boot logging, try to boot normally, when it fails boot again and this time into safe mode, and check the log file to see if there is a driver that fails to load.
 
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