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30 Sep 2011  


Boot DVD and choose Repair My Computer on second screen. See if it finds an installation to repair, accept any offered repair, then if Win7 doesn't start boot back in to click through to Recover Tools list and run Startup Repair repeatedly. It will automate all necessary tests. Startup Repair

If this fails, copy out your files using the DVD with this method: Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console

Then boot the DVd to get the superior clean install without the imported corruption of an in-place Upgrade, following these steps to get a Perfect Reinstall
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