Infinate Loading Circle Before LogIn - Safe Mode WORKS

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LazerL0rd

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Sol-GT (<-- PC Name):
PSU - Corsair CX750M
CPU - AMD FX-6300
GPU - MSI R7 370 4GB
RAM - 2x Kingston HyperX Savage CL9 1866 XMP 4GB
OS - Windows 10 x64 Home
Monitor - BenQ GL2250HM
Mobo - MSI 970 GAMING
Cooler - Corsair AiO H75 Liquid Cooler
SSD - Kingston HyperX Fury 120GB
SSHD - Segate 1TB Solid State Hybrid Drive

Important Settings Changed:
CPU - AMD FX-6300 OC'd To 4.0GHz
GPU - MSI R7 370 4GB 'Allowed' To OC Automatically From Raedon Driver
Drives - The SSD Is The Main C: Drive, While The SSHD Is The Secondary D: Drive
SSD - Optimised Using Instructions From Corsair SSD Optimisation Leaflet
BIOS - PCI-E Base Frequency Changed From 100MHz To 107MHz
RAM - NO Memory Errors
Drivers - ALL Updated, Tried Older Ones Too (Which Have Been Wiped Using DDU)

EVERYTHING IS STABLE


So I turn my computer on one day to find it never get to the login screen, just show a loading circle with my chosen accent color background. Similar to after updates just without any information. If I Ctrl+Alt+Del and try to do a safe mode restart it juust takes forever and never happens. But if I do a forced automatic repair (using force shutdowns) I can get into safe mode and one by one run my startup apps and THEY WORK??? It cannot be my drivers because they are stable and havent updated recently. I have a hunch there is a registry problem here because nothing else seems to be the problem. There is NO hardware issues because i ran a RAM test the other day to check. What should i do. I don't want to do a system restore as the only app i recently installed was Sony Vegas Pro 13 and i doubt it causes problems.
 

Iceman21

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Apply stock speeds of your OC-ed hardware. See if you have problems. If everything is normal and you really want to do some OC-ing just OC one component and test the system and so on.
 

LazerL0rd

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I Fixed It By Restoring :( I had coursework and couldn't find the problem, probabley another faulty bad registry update from Microsoft.

PS - The OC Is Stable That Wasn't The Problem, But Thanx Anyway ;)

PPS - Admins, Please Mark This As Solution
 
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