Causes of boot failure in Windows® 7
Why Windows 7 system fails to boot after forced shut down? Discuss the various issues.
Windows 7 provides user friendly environment for the users to perform their task. Windows 7 is the most promising Operating System with advanced driver support satisfies the user feedback. Windows 7 comes with good quality features and provides enhanced facility. Windows 7 is the latest version which includes additional enhanced features that makes more attractive to this Operating System. You might use safe mode to temporarily disable programs that start themselves when Windows starts. The problem would be due to the disabling of data execution prevention(DEP) in the BIOS. If language version of the operating system is a double-byte character, it might boot up issues. Using a Windows pre-installation Environment (Windows PE) disc for Windows 7, you can solve this problem.
Following are the issues due to which Windows 7 fails to boot up:
- Disabling of data execution prevention
- Hybrid sleep mode
- Language version
Disabling of data execution prevention
Data Execution Prevention(DEP) is a useful security feature which prevents the execution of software in data memory locations. Thus, it prevents malicious software from attacking and harming the system. If the data execution prevention is disabled due to attack of some malicious software, that might cause the disabling of DEP. As a result Windows 7 fails to boot after the forced shut down.
Hybrid sleep mode
Hybrid mode is automatically enabled on the desktop computer. Sleep mode needs small amount of electricity power for maintain the memory state. Hybrid Sleep is a low-power sleep state that might protect your open programs and documents in current working state. So when you press the power button, and if the system is configured to hibernation or sleep mode, Windows 7 might not boot.
DBCS consist of 2 bytes, and it supports the languages that contain the unique symbols. For example Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. So, when you are using the double-byte character set (DBCS) language in your Windows7 Operating System that leads to boot up issues. The language version of the operating system causes issues while Windows 7 try to boot after the forced shut down.