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Windows 7: Dell Inspiron 15R 7520SE Windows 7 x64 Installation BSOD

08 Feb 2014   #1
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Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Dell Inspiron 15R 7520SE Windows 7 x64 Installation BSOD

I am new to the scene and please use simple direction and commands.
thank you


Contents of the original drive completely erased




Installations Procedure
->F2 ->SATA Operation ->AHCI
->Boot -> Secure Boot ->Disable
->Load Legacy Option Rom ->Enable
->Boot List Option ->UEFI ->F10

Boot mood is set to: UEFI with Legacy OPROM; Secure Boot: OFF
->F12
->Legacy Boot ->USB Storage Device
Disk 0 29GB
Disk 1 978GB ->Installation Drive ->Installation Successful ->Install Intel Smart Technology ->Restart ->BSOD

->Boot ->Boot List Option ->UEFI ->BSOD
->Boot ->Load Legacy Option Rom ->Disable ->Secure boot ->Disable ->F10 ->Checking media[fail] ->No Boot Device Found. Press Any Key to Reboot the Machine
->Boot ->Secure boot ->Enable ->Secure Boot mode ->Standard ->F10 ->Checking media[fail] ->No Boot Device Found. Press Any Key to Reboot the Machine


SATA Operation = Intel Smart Response Techology
->F2 ->SATA Operation ->Intel Smart Response Techology ->F10 ->BSOD
->F12 -> Legacy Boot Mode, Secure Boot Off ->BOSD



The BSOD Error Couldn't be Noted Down as the Restart Process is Extremely Fast



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Brought from Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition N7520SE


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09 Feb 2014   #2
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>Boot List Option ->UEFI ->F10

Change it to Legacy.

Set everything to Legacy throughout the BIOS setup, wherever you find UEFI option.

Then reinstall windows.

And Dont use Intel Smart Response/ Intel Rapid storage. Keep them disabled.
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