My system auto reboots itself in safe mode

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Hi my name is Moses. i did an installation of ESET NOD on my system but after that i shut down and my system went into safe mode i have i can to bring it back to normal but all to no avail. i even tried doing restoration to a prior date but it came back with an error. The issue now is when i start up it boots till when i would insert my password then it automatically boots up again it keeps doing that same thing over and over again please what do i do i don't want to loose my data. someone help me. how can i back up and do a re-installation of windows its a windows 7 home premium sp1. thanks in anticipation. my email is deleted for security reasons by your friendly neighbourhood moderator.

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Hello,

Try this 1

1) When the option appears prompting you to select the OS then select

Windows 7 and press F8 key to go to "Advanced Boot Options".

Select the option "Last know Good Configuration" and press Enter.

2) If the problem still exists then follow the step 1, select the option "Repair

Your Computer" and follow the instructions.

Good Luck
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I av done al dat. Bt wen i do a repair it run nd comes back an error sayin it could not complete.
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Hello,
Try this 1
Follow the instructions given in Step 1 and this time select the option "Safe Mode with Command Prompt". Let me know if you have Windows 7 DVD with your.
If you would like to backup your important data then click on the below link and follow the instructions
https://ccm.net/faq/12607-data-backup-when-windows-failed-to-boot
Good Luck