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Thanks. I had to get someone to help me with the Windows 7 reinstall. I could not find it on Microsoft's site. I guess there were also many drivers to reinstall after we started from scratch. Now I am sifting through multiple versions of my backup files (better than loosing everything I guess); but, it would help me to know what I need to know to make sure I do not get in the loop, again.Some of the details you provided, so far, are too complicated for me to understand (and I usually understand better that the average person but a computer person, I am not).The loop did reoccurr the other day, as well. A couple of reboots seemed to correct the issue. I have backed up to an external drive again with an image included. I am not sure I am capable of doing much more.
thanks for posting these instructions.I followed them very diligently.Initially it seemed to work for me but I am back in the loop.As I have had this problem a couple of times before (and I cannot recall how I got past it before) I regularly backup my files and have created a repair disk. The repair disk does not help right now. I am now trying another reset to see if that works.I have been on the phone with both Windows and Lenovo all night. Since I bought my laptop in 2009/2010 with Windows 7 Pro preinstalled and used the free upgrade to Windows 10 I do not have a OS disk to reinstall. I do still have my Windows 7 Pro OEM product key. Any ideas on how I can get a Windows 7 Pro OEM OS (after using it for more than 6 months I think I give up on Windows 10)
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