I have a computer with Debian and Windows 7 installed in dual boot. When I turn it on I get the normal motherboard screen, then the GRUB screen and from there I can run Debian without any problems. But if I try to run Windows 7, after the Windows logo I get a black screen with the mouse pointer.
If I try to run in any type of safe mode via F8 I get the same result.
What I tried:
- Memtest from GRUB, doesn't detect any error
- If I run the Startup Repair from the system recovery options it will run for a while and then it says that it finished but it doesn't actually solve the problem
- I also tried to run chkdsk from the command prompt (from system recovery options) and it doesn't detect any error. If I run chkdsk /r it says that the disk is read-only
- Boot-repair from Debian doesn't solve issue (this is the summary: http://paste2.org/zCL65yPM)
I can access all the files in the windows partition from debian. I don't have any restore point for Windows.
If possible I would like to avoid to overwrite my Debian partition to recover Windows.
What else can I try? Tell me if you need some other information about the system.
EDIT: I made a small mistake when describing the problem: after selecting Windows 7 in GRUB, Windows make me choose between the various safe modes and the "normal" mode. I tried every one of them and they don't work. If I choose the safe mode it will stop after loading some drivers. If I run the normal mode it displays the windows logo and then I get to the black screen with mouse pointer.