I bought another graphics card from Nvidia, and decided to use the AMD uninstall tool....I let it run, then it asked me to restart, so I did. But now, I can't boot into windows, at all. Safe mode won't load either. What happens is that the computer shows the "Starting Windows" text, but not the four dots. Then it jumps right into the Recovery Environment and tries to scan my pc for startup errors, but it doesn't find anything wrong. It's been caught in a loop like this ever since the Uninstall. I've been tearing my hair out trying to figure this damn thing out since it happened on friday lol. My computer is a HP Pavilion Elite HPE-235f, running windows 7 ultimate 64 bit...hard drive is a 7200 rpm sata drive that was running just fine in AHCI, RAID, AND IDE modes prior to the uninstall...but now, it is not loading windows at all, except the recovery environment. The recovery environment DOES detect my windows install upon loading, so how can I fix this issue without re installing windows, if possible?
Here's the link to information about my PC:
the only things that were changed on that PC is a custom install of windows 7 x64, since i was completely dissatisfied with the HP bloatware and wanted to go the clean route. The drive and OS worked just fine up until the recent AMD uninstall utility use. Also, I stupidly decided to disable system restore and the windows backup utility a few weeks prior, so that's not an option for me, either, unfortunately lol.
Thanks for all your help!
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