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Group Policy Client won't start

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Lost power to Windows 7 desktop.  When power came on the Group Policy client won't start.
Tried deleting the profile.  Did not help.
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You may have to repair some files.

from cmd, run sfc /scannow
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Reboot your PC

After BIOS settings are gone through before system starts loading Windows press F8 key to get Menu from where you can select Last known good configuration.

This will have your last known good configuration settings available, which should help you to recover your PC OS.

Also if you have created any restore points in your Windows, you can use that also to restore to previous state.

Hope this helps.
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