asked on 24th Jun 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
You have not mentioned what happens if you boot to the normal mode, do you get any error message? Anyways, as you have mentioned that you had used a cleanup utility, it may have caused some important file to be removed as well. I will advice you three steps here for this situation:
(a) In the same menu where you select safe mode, try to select Last Known Good Configuration and hit enter, see if it boots properly.
(b) If the above step does not work, boot the system to safe mode and try a system restore from Start>programs>accessories>tools>system restore, select a previous date when all was fine and see if it works.
(c) In case the above also does not work, from the advance menu, select Repair your computer, follow the screen prompts and in another menu select Startup repair and continue.
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