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Don't know what happened but this happens almost every time I boot. Never happened before a couple days ago and I haven't even done anything.
Computer powers up, GRUB (From fresh Ubuntu 11.04 install) loads, Windows 7 starts booting.
msconfig to show the file it's currently loading when booting (The similar list you see when you boot into Safe Mode) and when it gets to
C:\Windows\System32\DRIVERS\CLASSPNP.SYS, it takes a couple more seconds to load than other files if it doesn't hang.
Before the hang, my wireless LAN card is detected and then sound is activated (I can tell 'cause these lights on my laptop change to red when it's mute/disabled and blue when it's not). The hard drive makes the sound it makes when it's loading except the sound's constant (The HDD light's on. Not flashing like it usually does) meani. I can disable the touchpad but the keyboard doesn't work because the numlock light doesn't come on when I press numlock.
OS: Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1 Laptop: HDX16-1155CA CPU: Core 2 Duo P7450 2.13 GHz RAM: 4 GB DDR2 HDD: 320 GB Fujitsu something
Also, I've tried
sfc /SCANNOW and it said that my system is fine
Never happened before, all I have is the mouse installed
Update: Now it restarts sometimes while loading